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Coming to SF: The Remodelista Holiday Market Opens Tomorrow

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Coming to SF: The Remodelista Holiday Market Opens Tomorrow

Remodelista Team December 11, 2015

San Francisco, we hope to see you this weekend at our annual Remodelista Holiday Market! It’s this Saturday and Sunday–yes, we’ve doubled our days–and 45 of our favorite California maker-designers and shopkeepers will be showing their wares. Come meet the Remodelista team. Here are the details, plus a preview.

Saturday and Sunday, December 12-13, the Remodelista Market will be in the factory space at Heath Ceramics at 2900 18th St. in the Mission from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. (Note the different hours each day.) 


Above: Remodelista-selected housewares vendors, tabletop designers, ceramicists, weavers, jewelers, perfumers, natural beauty product specialists, and clothing designers will be at the market, including (clockwise from top left):

In Fiore 

Kathleen Whitaker

Julia Turner

Rough Linen

Alice Tacheny

Heritage Artifacts

Linda Fahey Ceramics

Ambatalia

Anaí¯se

Sarah Kersten 

There’s also irresistible kids’ clothes. Go to the Remodelista San Francisco Market for a full list of vendors.

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