San Francisco is a city full of adventures with every corner abundant in diversity of restaurants, sights, and arts. Historically known for its rich culture, the Bay Area has a thriving art scene vibrant in personality and visuals.
Since Minimalist became a mainstream and inspire widely. Many of restaurants, cafe, museum, and fashion brands have created places was inspired by minimalism.
I found a treasure ! There are some unique minimal design places in San Francisco that I would love to show to you guys.
- Sightglass Coffee, It is located on 301 Divisadero Street, San Francisco, The cafe hours is Monday – Sunday: 7AM – 7PM. It is one of the most famous cafe in the Bay Area! Their roasted coffee will attract you to get in. A beautiful corner Victorian with minimal clean interior design gives an interesting vibe.
this space is a community hub; a place for enjoying delicious coffees, meeting friends, or taking a quiet moment during a busy day.Sightglass Coffee
- SF MOMA , a modern art museum in San Francisco. It is located on 151 3rd Street, San Francisco. They are closed every Wednesday. They have new exhibition up-to-date for the visitor, so you would never get bored of them.
SFMOMA’s not just a place to see art—we’re all about ideas. And Projects + Perspectives is our hub for making connections, asking questions, and exploring art’s relationship to current events.SF MOMA
- Modern Citizen (2078 Union St. San Francisco), a modern minimal design clothing store in Cow Hollow. The store has nice and clean organize. All the clothes were hung and lay down beautifully. They don’t have only clothes to check out, but also some small knick-knack items to browse around.
When you walk into the Modern Citizen store on Union Street in San Francisco, any image you have of Silicon Valley’s bro-culture fashion disappears as you find yourself surrounded by sophisticated women’s clothingFashionista
|Monday — Friday||11am — 7pm|
|Saturday||10am — 7pm|
|Sunday||10am — 6pm|
Nice places, nice vibes can bright up your positive energy! There are tons of inspiration to serve for us around the city (and I also believe your neighborhood has it too!).
I hope you like the article and please let me know where is your favorite destination in San Francisco! Less Is More: Styling Guides For Minimalist Fashion my previous blog, please check it out!