NEW YORK, Nov. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Remodelista.com, the go-to home interiors and renovation website for design enthusiasts and professionals, today announced upcoming Remodelista Holiday Markets in San Francisco on Dec. 10 -11 and Portland, Ore., on Dec. 17-18.
Remodelista Markets offer site readers a chance to shop for one-of-a kind, handmade goods from a select group of artisan makers and designers, as well as a chance to connect with the people behind their favorite products. Both markets will feature a variety of home goods, as well as clothing, jewelry, organic botanicals, artisanal foods, and more. Occurring annually since 2010, the Remodelista Markets enjoy a strong reception in the design community, both online and offline.
For the fifth year in a row, the San Francisco Market will be co-hosted by Heath Ceramics at their retail and production space in San Francisco's Northeast Mission neighborhood. This year's Portland Market will be co-hosted by Rejuvenation in their flagship location in southeast Portland. Remodelista is also teaming up with media partner, GRAY, to get the word out to design fans in the Pacific Northwest. Entry into both markets is free.
"The Remodelista ethos and aesthetic strongly resonates with our readers, who are passionate about the site and see us as a community of like-minded thinkers," said Julie Carlson, editor in chief for Remodelista. "These markets are an antidote to the world of online commerce, offering a chance to meet and mingle with the makers and learn their stories."
Each market will offer a chance to meet Remodelista editors. Carlson will be signing copies of her book, "Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home" and Gardenista Editor-in-Chief, Michelle Slatalla, will be signing copies of the group's newest book, "Gardenista: The Definitive Guide to Stylish Outdoor Spaces."
"Hosting these markets is a way to directly introduce Remodelista's readers to artisans who might otherwise have trouble reaching a larger market," said Regina Connell communications director for Heath Ceramics. "We're thrilled to be involved in an event that brings the Remodelista aesthetic to San Francisco and combines their refined design inspiration with our favorite local talents."
"We look forward to seeing the beautiful goods from vendors invited by Remodelista; they have an incredible eye and are dedicated to quality and craftsmanship," said Kate Sullivan, brand marketing lead for Rejuvenation.
The San Francisco Remodelista Market will be held at Heath Ceramics at 2900 18th St, on Saturday, Dec. 10 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Portland Remodelista Market will be held at Rejuvenation, 1100 SE Grand Ave. on Saturday, Dec. 17 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 18 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Participating vendors in one or both markets include:
ALDER & CO.
ALICE TACHENY DESIGN
BAR AU CHOCOLAT
BLOCK SHOP TEXTILES
DE JONG & CO.
FLORA AND HENRI
HEINZ AND NINTH
ISOBEL & CLEO
JUNE TAYLOR JAMS
KATI VON LEHMAN
KIERSTEN CROWLEY JEWELRY
LEN CARELLA CERAMICS
LES PETITS CARREAUX
LINDA FAHEY CERAMICS & THE YONDER SHOP
LITTLE APPLE TREATS
MELANIE ABRANTES DESIGN
MILLION AND CLARK
MT. WASHINGTON POTTERY
PIGEON TOE CERAMICS
POPE VALLEY POTTERY
RICHARD CARTER STUDIO
SILVIA SONG STUDIO
SPECIALTY DRY GOODS
THE GOOD FLOCK
TURNCO WOOD GOODS
San Francisco/NYC-based Remodelista.com is the go-to home design and renovation blog for professionals and design enthusiasts. It is operated by Move, Inc. a subsidiary of News Corp [NASDAQ: NWS, NWSA]; [ASX: NWS, NWSLV]. Launched in 2007, Remodelista guides readers through the home design and renovation process based on the philosophy that everything in your home is worthy of careful consideration. Remodelista has won numerous online home design awards, and also been recognized as a leading resource for home furnishing and design ideas by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Martha Stewart Living, Elle Décor, Real Simple, Dwell and Sunset magazines.
Founded in Sausalito California by Brian and Edith Heath in 1948, the company is now run by another couple, Catherine Bailey and Robin Petravic, who purchased the company in 2003. They set out to revive the company by placing a strong emphasis on design while preserving Heath's handcrafted techniques and designer-maker legacy and bringing together the designing, making and selling to offer beautiful, high-quality goods that blur the line between everyday objects and family heirlooms.
Founded in Portland, Ore., in 1977, Rejuvenation serves as a general store of functional and beautiful goods for home improvement projects that add real value to homes and buildings. From classic American-crafted lighting and timeless hardware to useful house parts and home goods, Rejuvenation's high-quality products are inspired by history, designed for modern consumers and made to last. A member of the Williams-Sonoma Inc. family of brands, Rejuvenation offers in-home design consultations and sells its products by catalog; at retail stores in Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Berkeley, Palo Alto, Atlanta and Chicago later this month. Also via the company's website,www.rejuvenation.com.
ABOUT GRAY MAGAZINE
GRAY is North America's only media dedicated exclusively to design centered on the greater Pacific Northwest region of the U.S. and Canada. GRAY's print and digital magazines, talks, competitions, website, and events are curated to reflect the intellect and culture of leading design in this region. Established in 2011, GRAY presents the best of the best in interiors, architecture, fashion, art, and design--encouraging a global audience of more than 1 million designers and consumers to look to the Pacific Northwest for sourcing, inspiration, and leadership.
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