For fans of my recent Anthropologie blog, you’ll be happy to know that there’s another awesome new store in Walnut Creek that can fit your furniture needs. Arhaus is located in Broadway Plaza and has everything you’d ever need when looking to upgrade the interior and yards of your home.
Arhaus started in 1986, but just recently opened their Walnut Creek location. They pride themselves on unique, quality pieces made with natural hardwoods, stone and fabrics.
One of the coolest things Arhaus does is that they use recycled natural resources like copper and tree roots to make some of their more functional pieces, and they have a commitment to never using wood from endangered rainforests.
I was really impressed with the style Arhaus offered and took a few photos (see below) of the store. The wide range of unique furniture caught my eye, and I’ll definitely be coming back when I went to re-furnish any part of my home with new pieces!
Fringe Flower Co. in Walnut Creek is not your typical flower shop. With their unique designs, highly-green approach and free delivery to the nearby Kaiser hospital, Sarah and Jeanne do everything differently.
They were two florists who met by chance, conquered a big wedding together, and then decided they wanted a brick and mortar location in the area.
Last year, they founded it and opened up Fringe next to George’s Giant Hamburgers. And now, they’re really in business.
Both Sarah and Jeanne are from the Bay Area and are committed to a holistic business. They source their florals from premium flowers and local growers. Additionally, they work with recycled containers, compost, and deliver leftover florals to community groups, among other philanthropic efforts.
If you ever need a floral arrangement for an event or a wedding, make sure to give them a call! Deliveries can be made online, over the phone or via walk-in, and Fringe specializes in weddings, events, and corporate accounts.
They are open Tuesday-Friday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and on Saturday’s from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.