Two powerhouses in Bay Area home and design are coming together for their annual holiday pop-up. What makes this one particularly special you may ask? This year Gardenista editor Michelle Slatalla will be signing copies of their new book, Gardenista: The Definitive Guide to Outdoor Spaces, and once again, our faves the Del Popolo pizza truck will be parked outside. So good food, good shopping, and good people-we'll take it.
Don't know too much about Remodelista? Here's the scoop: they are a gang of highly knowledgeable editors who seek beautiful interior design and deliver gorgeous posts to a mass of readers who avidly pick their brains. Mixing high and low ($$$) design, we've come to Remodelista again and again for our interior woes. And dude, they've been in the game since 2008--sorry, Pinterest.
Also, did we forget to mention that admission is free?
Here is a list of the brands who are involved with this years pop-up:
- Len Carella: One-of-a-kind stoneware and porcelain vessels from an award-winning ceramicist.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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 handcrafted in Portland, Oregon.
- Dagmar Daley: Timeless children’s fashion, inspired by the classics but designed for the modern child.
- 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.
- 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.
// Saturday 10am–5pm and Sunday 11am–3pm at 2900 18th St.(Mission), heathceramic.com.
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