Local Design Stores We Love: Atomic Garden - Inside Interior Crowd

Local Design Stores We Love: Atomic Garden

Claire Andreas for InteriorCrowd
by Claire Andreas for InteriorCrowd
August 7, 2015

Atomic garden is a beautifully curated mix of design for your home and design for yourself. We even found the playfully delicate children’s items like blankets, pillows, clothes, and toys lust-worthy for ourselves because they were so finely made (and so cute!)


All of the goods Atomic Garden sells are made by designers who focus on sustainable business practices – both their means of creation and the goods themselves are eco-friendly. You can walk out happy with your purchases because you know that what you’ve bought is beautifully crafted and it hasn’t harmfully impacted the environment – and will look awesome in your home.

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Atomic Garden 2.pngIt was really difficult for us to pick from all the cool furnishings, luxurious blankets, and silly pillows in the shop to label as our favorite, but one of the coolest pieces we saw was the campaign stool from designer Torito.

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The huge, plush pillows from HedgeHouse were super comfortable and would look awesome stacked up on a gigantic bed or sofa in a coastal-design room. We also didn’t want to leave without their less-demure pillows; we fell in love with the tiger pillow and the mythical friends pillow from Coral and Tusk, which would fit right in to a kids’ room or thrown on a super cushy sofa (like they did) in a global/eclectic living room.

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To check out more of what Atomic Garden has to offer, visit their website, call them at (510) 923-0543, or visit them in store at 5453 College Avenue in Oakland.

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Claire Andreas for InteriorCrowd
Claire Andreas for InteriorCrowd

Claire is the Content Manager at InteriorCrowd. While she was studying Film and Media at Queen's University, she worked as the Photo and Media intern at Dwell Magazine and fell in love with San Francisco's design community. After graduating, she returned home to the Bay Area and joined the team at InteriorCrowd.

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