Local Design Stores We Love: Lost and Found - Inside Interior Crowd

Local Design Stores We Love: Lost and Found

Claire Andreas for InteriorCrowd
by Claire Andreas for InteriorCrowd
August 5, 2015

Lost and Found is still fairly new to the game, but that hasn’t prevented it from making waves amongst Oakland design fanatics. The shop is a wonderful collection of “furniture, oddities, and art”, and shoppers can find everything from striking vintage furniture, to locally made soaps and skincare products, to fun wall decor. While much of the larger furnishings are beautiful vintage or refinished pieces, some of the pieces we found most stunning were those handmade by Alison, the shop owner.

The set of mid-century modern chairs are made by hand, and the legs of the matching stool were spun on the lathe – the design of each leg is different. Alison also works with light fixtures, and particularly likes touch-to-dim lighting.

This telephone pole light that she made dims and brightens as you touch the wires, and many her other more traditional fixtures function the same way so that you can set the tone of the room just as you like it.

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We are absolutely crazy about the chair and stool set that Alison made, as well as the bright green couch and red mid-century modern chairs, which would add some awesome color to a living room or family room.

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To find out more about Lost and Found’s stock, check out their website, call them at (510)858-5011, or visit them in store at 5357 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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