The last time Introspective visited Ken Fulk, he was living above the store. The San Francisco–based designer had bought an early 1900s brick palazzo, just off Folsom Street, that he dubbed the Magic Factory and filled with dozens of hard-working conjurers. Their output ranged from lavish parties, like the Big Sur wedding of Facebook billionaire Sean Parker, to extravagant renovations of some of the grandest houses in the Bay Area. But the Magic Factory was more than Fulk’s design studio. He converted the building’s ground floor to an appointment-only boutique called Peep Show, which has sold everything from custom Hermès bow ties, jewelry, books and antique furniture to taxidermy squirrel lamps. And the top floor became the place Fulk lived with his longtime husband, Kurt Wootton, and their three golden retrievers.