Elsie Green

Homeware Vintage

Concord Store 2956 Treat Boulevard, Suite D, Concord, CA 94518, USA


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  • The Annex is a showroom set up as a "shoppable" apartment.
  • Vintage and custom reclaimed wood furniture.
  • Home decor, art, and textiles.

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Elsie Green is a home & interior store of mainly gathered vintage goods in Concord, California. Established in 2011, Elsie Green is a sustainable family-run business. Best sellers include a range of vintage items collected from French flea markets – flatware, linens, doors, and chairs, and custom furniture made from antique wood. To complement these pieces there is a beautiful range of organic Portuguese bedding, handmade dinnerware from northern California, and Moroccan goods from the souk in Marrakech. Elsie Green is a popular destination with regulars and visitors for shopping and inspiration; for brides’ wedding registries, and supplies unique flatware, china, and fixtures to local restaurants and wineries.

"We're a small sustainable, family run company based in northern California.  We travel the world to bring you beautiful, mostly vintage things and a lot of inspiration for your home."

Laurie Furber, founder of Elsie Green.


Laurie Furber is the creative force behind Elsie Green. After a twelve-year career with Pottery Barn she left to start Elsie Green with her husband, JP. Laurie wanted to work in an environment where she could hand select every piece and meet her customers face to face. Inspired by hotel and restaurant design, movie set design, and entertaining, Laurie continually looks for new ways to expand the business. She recently introduced custom lighting, and is currently focusing on ways to incorporate floral design into the shop.


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“There’s so much automation and so much product available now, we think the most successful retailers of the future will be those who can edit their collection, make human connections with their clients, and offer a special twist on the retail experience.”

Photography by Leslie Santarina