Savvy Bay Area shoppers will no doubt be familiar with Jeremy's, the discount department store where amazing designer markdowns are still out of reach (a Chanel sweater for $700, marked down from $1200!), and more affordable stylish brands like Anthropologie and J. Crew are actually cheap. But did you know that the Jeremy's in South Park has a new housewares section? Check out a sampling after the jump...
Evidently the San Francisco location of Jeremy's has been carrying housewares for about a month. The selection of home goods is limited, but full of good finds. The glory of Jeremy's is that despite the deep discounts, a lot of the clothes are actually pieces you want to wear, not just cast-offs and damaged goods. The same seems to apply to the housewares section.
The majority of what's in stock are Anthropologie linens, marked down to at least half of retail price. These aren't just the crazy prints nobody wanted the first time around; of course, true to Jeremy's style, you've got to spend some time combing through a messy display, but it's worth it. The bedding doesn't come in full sets, but pillow shams for accents would be a great buy. There's also some tableware—cute beaded place mats for $10 ($5 if they're slightly damaged), and Italian ceramic vases for $39.
Jeremy's is located at Two South Park in the SOMA district of San Francisco. They're open 11am-6pm Monday through Saturday, and 11am-5pm on Sunday. There's also a Berkeley store, at 1967 College—has anyone checked out the East Bay location's home goods?
(Images: Susie Nadler)