Gingko's furnishings are beautiful yet functional. They're sized to fit into smaller rooms, and their features are carefully considered.Tansu TV Cabinet ($980) has sliding glass doors so that electronic equipment such as a DVD player can be somewhat hidden yet still accessed with a remote.
Gingko sells beds, sofas, tables, chairs, cabinets, and room dividers. They also carry accessories such as pillows ($50), mirrors, and rugs, but they only sell items that they love and feel enhance the look. Gingko recently began selling lamps -- but it took them over six months to find a lighting line that they loved and that was complementary to their wooden collection. (Lamps are not on the website yet; however, one example is The Tall Rex Lamp ($165)).
Gingko also customizes furniture by adding drawers or shelves, changing dimensions, and so on. A Portland store opened in April, in addition to their stores in San Francisco and Palo Alto. They can also ship throughout the U.S. and even internationally.
Update 02/07: Gingko's opened a new store in Mountain View and closed the Palo Alto location.