SFist tipster Miguel Gutierrez-Ranzi sent in the above photo of the decorations at 1269 McAllister Street, which is decorated in cleverly capitalist style.
"The Christmas tree hangs in front of the house like a mobile" he writes, "and it's made out of hundreds and hundreds of credit cards, many from business long time gone like The Emporium, Joseph Magnin, TWA, Blockbuster etc."
"The wreath above the door is made of glittered women's white shoes," he says, and "small shopping bags from stores" decorate the bay window.
"I've never seen anything like it, it's unique and very SF," Gutierrez-Ranzi writes. "Everything is from recycled items, very creative and nicely done."