At Home in San Francisco with Emily JoubertAuthor:Lindsey Shook
Emily Joubert opens a second Bay Area outpost full of delightful finds for the home and garden
Emily Joubert, one of the Bay Area’s most distinguished destinations for discovering romantic and traditional delights, just expanded their offering to San Francisco with the opening of their second shop located at 3491 California Street.
Owned and operated by Judy Sieber, the first flagship store was named after Sieber’s grandmother is inspired by her love for uncomplicated beauty, coupled the essence of simple, European sophistication. During her many global explorations around the globe, artisans including Alex D. Reynis, Mimi Thorisson, and Antoinette Poisson, have played a crucial role in shaping Emily Joubert’s identity.
Committed to the revitalization of San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neigborhood, Sieber opened the second location where city dwellers can discover a unique blend of treasures discovered around the world including fragrances, soaps, creams and room diffusers along with bespoke jewelry from Jaipur, hotel silver collected from historic European venues, and tartan plaid lambswool throws and cashmere blankets handcrafted by Scottish weaver Araminta Campbell.
Every single piece found inside and out of this charming new design destination tells a story of the origin and makers. One could spend hours studying each dish, smelling all the delicious candles or strolling through the lush garden. At Emily Joubert, Sieber celebrates history, craft and traditions that will last for generations to come.
Visit the new Emily Joubert San Francisco location at 3491 California Street, open Monday-Saturday from 9:30AM-5:30PM and Sunday from 11AM-5:30PM. (Photos by Kat Westerman)
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