YONDER San Francisco
We've expanded from our original space in Pacifica to a larger light filled spacious location in the heart of the inner Richmond District in San Francisco. Located a stone's throw from The DeYOUNG Museum, California Academy of Sciences, and Golden Gate Park, the new shop offers the same beautifully curated selection of direct made goods from around the globe, an open plan working ceramic studio where ceramics are made in house by owner Linda Fahey, and also home to the satellite workshop of floral designer and author Alethea Harampolis of StudioChoo(West).
701 11th Ave x Cabrillo
San Francisco, Ca
CURRENT 'WINTER' HOURS
WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY NOON - 6pm
SATURDAY - SUNDAY 10am - 6pm
YONDER PACIFICA Has MOVED!
We've completed out move to our new San Francisco Location!
Our Pacifica Shop is our spiritual home, and where we got our start. Featured in Sunset, California Magazine and many other publications, the shop is known for its homey, welcoming atmosphere and it's original selection of finds which keeps bringing people back. YONDER Pacifica is a petite space filled with daylight and warmth. We make it effortless to find something special. Each object in the store is selected because of the story it tells, creating a curated selection of modern goods for all occasions.
YONDER Pacifica now includes the working studio of designer Roberta Rennie. Roberta's RENNIE line of bags and goods are modern, clean and durable - perfect for every day. The Shop + Studio space keeps its roots with a working artist in-house and our petite and well provisioned shop
ABOUT LINDA FAHEY
Beyond being the chief curator and proprietor of YONDER, artist Linda Fahey spends much of her time in the shop's studio, making her own line of ceramics, all inspired by a life lived by the coast.
At YONDER, her open studio is a space for exploration, innovation, and collaboration, where she welcomes customers, artists, and friends to pull up a seat at her worktable for conversations and creating.
Her work is shown at respected shows in the Bay Area throughout the year, and is available nationally and internationally through design-focused stores such as Anthropologie, Voyager, Rare Device.