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Remodelista Holiday Market: Join Us This Weekend at Heath Ceramics

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Remodelista Holiday Market: Join Us This Weekend at Heath Ceramics

December 9, 2016

The Remodelista Holiday Market in San Francisco at Heath Ceramics starts tomorrow and runs through Sunday. This year Gardenista editor Michelle Slatalla will be signing copies of our new book, Gardenista: The Definitive Guide to Outdoor Spaces, and once again, the Del Popolo pizza truck will be parked outside. We hope to see you there! *

Where: Heath Ceramics, 2900 18th St., San Francisco.

When: Saturday, December 10, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sunday, December 11, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Here’s a preview of some of the designers who will be joining us.

* Please note:  In the wake of the tragedy of the recent fire in Oakland, Remodelista has decided to donate 50 percent of its profits from the San Francisco and Portland Markets to the Fire Relief Fund set up by the Gray Area Foundation for the Arts, a nonprofit organization supporting the Bay Area arts community.

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Above, clockwise from top Left:

Linda Fahey and The Yonder Shop: Handmade ceramics by Linda as well as a curated selection of storied goods from her Pacifica, California shop.

Mint: Fashion from Pale Fire plus select home goods from a favorite Mill Valley shop.

Scout Regalia: American-made, modern goods for the home, designed in Los Angeles.

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Above, clockwise from top Left:

Block Shop Textiles: Textiles that marry traditional Indian block printing with a modern California aesthetic by LA-based sisters Hopie and Lily Stockman.

Ambitalia: Ecological textiles, beautifully designed and made in San Francisco.

Cathy Callahan: Handmade textile necklaces and bags by an LA artisan.

Alice Tacheny Design: Sculptural objects and furniture designed and crafted in the Bay Area.

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Above, clockwise from top Left:

Little Apple Treats: Edible delights from the garden and orchard of a Sonoma County couple.

Les Petits Carreaux: Timeless, French-inspired fashion for kids, made with sustainable and naturally durable fabrics.

Modern Shibori: Linen pillows and scarves hand-dyed with natural indigo in Berkeley, California.

Wrk-Shp: Modern goods for the home and body, designed in LA by architect Ryan Upton and architect-turned-clothing designer Airi Isoda.

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Above, clockwise from top Left:

Modernplum: Simple, sustainable bedding and table linens made from natural linen.

Windy Chien: Original knot work and lamps as well as designs in wood by a San Francisco artist.

Scarr: Traditionally crafted, modern leather goods for the home.

Galanter and Jones: Contemporary, heated furniture for stylish outdoor living.

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Above, clockwise from top Left:

Àplat: Organic cotton bags for the kitchen and garden by a Bay Area designer.

Studiopatró: Fine linen aprons and tea towels printed with natural dyes.

Rough Linen:– Textured European linens for kitchen, bedroom, and bath from designer Tricia Rose.

Yvonne Mouser: Storied, everyday objects for the home from a San Francisco designer and artisan.

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Above, clockwise from top Left:

Heinz and Ninth: A new collection of textured velvet and linen pillows from two European designers now based in San Francisco.

June Taylor: Traditional preserves and syrups made with organically grown, heirloom and forgotten fruit.

Isobel and Cleo: Luxury, handmade, sustainable knitwear from a Nantucket-based artisan.

Sara Barner: Modern classic bags handmade from vegetable-tanned English bridle leather.

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Above, clockwise from top Left:

The Petaler: Fresh, seasonal blooms and arrangements by designer Rebekah Northway.

Lafortuna: Everyday grocery bags and totes reimagined in sustainable modern materials.

Hannah Beatrice Quinn: Beautifully crafted brooms and other “domestic essentials” from a San Francisco designer.

HBG: Original knit bags, accessories, and repurposed fashion from a former New York fashion editor now based in Napa.

See who else will be joining our upcoming San Francisco Market: Remodelista SF Holiday Market Preview.

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