A Visit to My New Favorite SF Spot, Perch

This past weekend, I had a day full of blog meetings, and my first stop was at a new (to me) boutique shop in SF, Perch. One of my favorite things about San Francisco is no matter how many years you live here, there's always a new neighborhood you haven't fully explored and new shops and restaurants popping up everywhere. 

That's how I felt when I headed down south, by the Glen Park Bart Station, to visit my new friends at Perch. A one-stop shop for all things home, beauty, baby and more — here are some of my favorite items I checked out:

Cards & Paper Goods

I'm a sucker for all paper products — greeting cards, notebooks, pads of paper, all of it. My favorite thing about the paper selection at Perch is how unique it is — I've never seen any of the cards elsewhere in the city (it's not like walking into a Paper Source). I definitely need to stop back in and stock up on greeting cards!


Cookbooks, tea towels, cheese boards, salts and more — the home section at Perch is my favorite. Instead of shopping for home goods (especially home accessories) at large chains, I love finding off-the-beaten-path shops and get one-of-a-kind goodies for my kitchen and living room. I'm especially crushing on these little gold bowls — so gorgeous!


Body oils, soaps and more can be found at Perch — and how cute is the packaging on this s/he Body Oil?!


Perch has everything from stunning statement pieces to dainty little jewels — I'm especially loving the little wishbone necklace (that would make a perfect gift).


And now, to the section where I can never contain myself — candles. I don't know what it is about candles, but I find myself buying all of them when I head into little shops. Perch had everything from brands I've heard from (like my favorite Voluspa scents) to Aydry & Co. (a new-to-me candle brand that I already can't get enough of). I brought home the White Tea scent that is making our apartment smell so clean and fresh.

Thank you SO much to the entire team at Perch for hosting my visit. If you are in San Francisco, I highly recommend stopping by for a visit!