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Remodelista SF Holiday Market 2016 Preview


Remodelista SF Holiday Market 2016 Preview

November 30, 2016

We’re gearing up for our annual Remodelista Holiday Market in San Francisco (our favorite event of the year) at Heath Ceramics. 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, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sunday, December 11, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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


Above, clockwise from top left:

  • Len Carella: One-of-a-kind stoneware and porcelain vessels from an award-winning ceramist.
  • Domi: From designer Ali Blankley, simply luxurious, natural sleepwear.
  • Mt. Washington Pottery: Handmade ceramic pieces by LA-based artisan Beth Katz.
  • Mohinders: Handcrafted shoes woven in India by second- and third-generation artisans.
  • County Ltd.: Original, small-batch hardware, furniture, and accessories for the home, as well as functional fashion, from designers Kirill Bergart and Joe Lorens.


Above, clockwise from top left:

  • Silvia Song: Sculptural objects for the home, including a new Carrara marble collection.
  • Specialty Dry Goods: Leather bags and small accessories for the home, handmade by Hawaiian artist Edie Kahula Pereira.
  • Sarah Kersten: Stoneware pieces for the kitchen by a Bay Area artisan.
  • The Citizenry: Soulful, sustainable home goods and furniture, handcrafted by master artisans from across the globe.


Above, clockwise from top left:

  • Melanie Abrantes: One-of-kind cork and wood vessels designed and hand-lathed by a Bay Area artist.
  • Anaïse: San Francisco shop featuring subtly feminine, elegant pieces for the home and body, curated by Renee Frederich.
  • Kiersten Crowley: Architectural jewelry handmade in Portland, Oregon.
  • Dagmar Daley: Timeless children’s fashion, inspired by the classics but designed for the modern child.


Above, clockwise from top left:

  • Healdsburg Shed: A Sonoma-based market and cafe, offering a curated selection of culinary items as well as goods for the home.
  • Julia Turner: Sculptural jewelry from a SF-based designer.
  • Bar Au Chocolate: Boutique chocolate made with a minimal approach, from Manhattan Beach, California.
  • Permanent Collection: Timeless, luxury fashion and accessories from Bay Area designers Mariah Nielson and Fanny Singer.


Above, clockwise from top left:

  • Petel: Modern home designs and fashion, designed in San Francisco and made from traditional Fulani textiles, handwoven in Mauritania.
  • Flora and Henri: Playfully elegant designs for mothers and their stylish children, from Seattle.
  • Million and Clark: Locally sourced wooden objects for the home, handcrafted by a northern California couple.
  • Jess Brown: Original rag dolls and timeless, free-spirited fashion from a favorite NoCal designer.
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