Looking for a Mother’s Day gift? We’re here for you. As we count down the days to Saturday–the date of our first Remodelista & Gardenista Market of the year–we’re excited to announce that many of our artisans and makers will be offering exclusive merchandise or discounted prices (or both) to our shoppers.
Here’s a sampling of the special deals on offer at our May 9 market, from 9 am to 5 pm at Marin Country Mart in Larkspur, CA:
Above: In addition to our favorite Studiopatro Tea Towels ($24 apiece), SF-based designer Christina Weber will bring her linen Tutto bags (“tutto” is Italian for “everything,” reflecting that they were designed and sewn in North Beach) for a discounted price of $40 for medium and $48 for large bags.
Above: In an exclusive offer to Gardenista Market shoppers, LA-based Scout Regalia’s SR Birdhouse Kit made of laser-cut plywood will be $40 (a 30 percent markdown from its $55 retail price).
Above: Look for SF-based florist Baylor Chapman of Lila B. in the big white Gardenista Market tent next door to the farmers’ market, where she’ll demonstrate how to make living floral arrangements with succulents, moss, and flowering plants. Make your own Living Arrangement at a DIY Bar with supplies and tools or buy a take-home kit from Lila B.
Above: Hillary Peterson of Mill Valley-based True Natures Botanicals will be offering a free Pacific Mist ($48 value) with each Pacific Anti-Aging Essentials Duet and a free Solid Perfume in any scent ($95 value) with each Pacific Advanced Anti-Aging Kit.
Above: From Coyuchi, the Mediterranean Towel Set (including a towel, hand towel, and washcloth) will be offered at a 20 percent discount at $58. Online shoppers also will get free US ground shipping on Coyuchi orders from May 9 to16 with the promo code REMODELISTA.
Above: Million and Clark will be offering their Live Edge Charcuterie Boards for $150 apiece (regular price $175).
Above: Little Apple Granola will be bringing an exclusive cocoa nib and red rose apple cider caramel, as well as Rhubarb & Raspberry & Strawberry and Strawberry & Pink Peppercorn apple cider vinegar shrubs.
Above: Known for beautiful West African textiles, Petel Design will have on offer one-of-a-kind pillows–numbered, in sets of 12–made from vintage material woven by hand in Sub Saharan Africa and designed and sewn in San Francisco, using hair-on-hide accents, and feather trim; and one-of-a-kind vintage scarves made of hand-loomed indigo textiles sourced from Mauritania, Senegal, Guinea, Burkina Faso, Ghana and Mali.
Above: From Bay Area artist and designer Silvia Song, a limited-edition run of hand-turned figured sycamore cutting boards will be priced from $100 to $175.