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Holiday Shopping at the Remodelista Market

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Holiday Shopping at the Remodelista Market

December 10, 2012

We were supposed to be “helping out” at the third annual holiday Remodelista Market on Saturday. Not shopping. We even put our handbag with our wallet in a safe place behind the registration table to avoid succumbing to impulse buys. That worked . . . for about five minutes.

Here are some of our favorite garden must-haves from the market, held at Heath Ceramics in San Francisco this past Saturday:

Above: More than 30 designers set up tables offering goods for the home, books, perfume, clothing, toys, chocolate, candles, linens, ceramics, planters, and more.

Above: We gave out little matchbooks full of seeds.

Above: We “helped” for awhile at this table, where it turned out to be very addictive to stamp tree patterns on brown paper. Portland-based architect Brendon Farrell, along with Javid Howell, created limited-edition stamp sets that feature plant species from the Cascadia region of the Northwest: Douglas Fir, Oregon White Oak. For more information, see Holiday Gift Guide: For the Arborist.

Above: Florist Louesa Roebuck’s table; magnolias are in season in San Francisco. For more, see Louesa Roebuck, Renegade Florist.

Above: LA-based landscape architect Josh Rosen brought tillandsias, tiny planters, and his lightweight aluminum Air Plant Frame vertical gardens. For more, see Instant Indoor Garden.

Above: Josh Rosen winds wire around a tilandsia montana to create a sculptural house plant.

Above: San Francisco-based designer Chad Wright brought his sky-high Attic Birdhouses, in three colors and varying heights. For more, see A Penthouse for the Birds.

Above: The Attic Birdhouses are attached with screw-in stakes to stabilizing concrete bases.

Above: Just another sunny Saturday afternoon in December in San Francisco.

N.B.: For more, see “Remodelista Holiday Market 2012 at Heath Ceramics in SF.”

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