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About Sarlo

San Francisco-based design shop Sarlo is modeled after a Parisian apartment, with gorgeous antiques and new treasures populating each recess. Owner Gabriella Sarlo was an avid collector long before she opened her store in 2008, often scouring flea markets around the world for rare, period-specific furnishings and artisan-crafted curios, art, jewelry, and textiles. Her specialty is creating beautiful vignettes to showcase each piece, and her design aesthetic has landed her in the pages of top shelter magazines such as <i>Architectural Digest</i> and <i>Elle Decor</i>.

Past Sales Featuring Sarlo

Sale Ended February 19, 2011

Curated by Design featuring Susan Hornbeak-Ortiz

Marrakesh’s Moorish architecture and blue-and-white palette inspired this selection of goods by Ortiz, the lighting and furniture designer behind Shine by S.H.O. Standouts include John Robshaw’s Lotus sheet set, with its repeating Alhambra pattern, and the James Mont dining table, featuring a damascene inlay and removable glass top.

Sale Ended January 12, 2012

An Organized Kitchen

A disorganized kitchen makes cooking a chore; but in an organized kitchen, preparing food is a pleasure. Resolve to get everything in its place this year with help from this upscale selection. We’ve got everything from stylish essentials (jars, bowls, trays, and beyond) to elegant carts, consoles, and étagères to store everything in.

Sale Ended February 10, 2011

Consuming Passions: Paris Left Bank

A delicious mix of bohemianism and creativity, the Rive Gauche is Paris’ artistic heart, where modern-art galleries nestle against centuries-old buildings. Bring the area’s insouciant style home with this assortment of furnishings, lighting, and textiles, from Ligne Roset’s colorful Sala dining chairs to Barreveld’s antiqued silver-glass vase.

Sale Ended March 19, 2011

French Country: Featuring Couleur Nature

Bring the rustic, romantic vibe of Provence home with Couleur Nature’s hand-blocked cotton bedding and throws. Sheets and shams feature botanical patterns and dusty hues, while the pick-stitched kanthas sport playful motifs. And don’t miss the comfy pajamas—they're perfect for lazy Sunday mornings.