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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 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.

Sale Ended July 22, 2011

Gabriella Sarlo

A fixture on the San Francisco design scene, retailer Gabriella Sarlo scours flea markets around the world for antique furnishings, home accessories, and art. Get a taste of her style in this sale, which features vintage finds from the U.S. and Europe. Among the one-of-a-kind treasures: brass horse-head bookends, candlestick table lamps, and a resin angel sculpture. There's also wall art, including framed photographs by French photographer Michel Pinel.

Sale Ended April 10, 2011

Curated by Design: Alexa Hampton

Like father, like daughter. Or so it goes with Alexa Hampton, the powerhouse interior designer who now serves as president of her dad Mark’s namesake firm. Shop the sale for her selection of traditional furnishings and lighting that boast the occasional eclectic flourish. Standouts include Sarlo’s pair of onyx horse head bookends and Hampton’s own handmade Dalal wool rugs.

Sale Ended March 17, 2011

Consuming Passions: Equestrian

A horse is a horse, of course of course—and we’re offering decor and gifts for those who love them. How about a framed glicée print of a stallion or bookends featuring the noble beasts? There’s also a smattering of coffee table books celebrating equine culture.