ISSUE 9  |  Cabin Fever

Remodelista New York Market Preview, Part II

March 06, 2016 6:00 AM

BY Remodelista Team

Less than one week to go until our premiere New York Market at Canvas Home. Here’s a selection of the 50 vendors.

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DAR GITANE: Textured, soulful, eclectic goods inspired by timeless traditions and worldly crafts.
STUDIO CARTA: Natural cotton ribbons and stationery, imported from Italy by designer Angela Liguori.
SALT CELLAR SHOP: Hand-crafted apothecary and other goods from Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
SIN: Everyday objects of beauty by Brooklyn ceramicist and designer Virginia Sin.
YUKO NISHIKAWA: Hand-formed ceramics in the Japanese tradition by a Brooklyn-based ceramicist.
HOME STORIES: Elemental, natural, textured goods and furniture for the home, curated by Paul and Sophie Yanacopoulos-Gross.
CECIL & MERL: All-natural, artisanal bitters for use in cocktails, culinary, and wellness. Made in Brooklyn.
THOMPSON STREET STUDIO: One-of-a-kind, quilted textiles by Soho-based designer Kiva Motnyk.
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AUNTIE OTI: Textiles and other everyday items of beauty designed by Susan Hahn and handmade in India.
BARTLEBY OBJECTS: Simple, useful, beautiful objects designed by knitter, weaver, wood-turner, and leather-worker Mary L. Chan.
FREDERICKS & MAE: Playful designs for the home by Jolie Mae Signorile and Gabriel Fredericks Cohen.
8KNOTS: Fine Turkish pestemals with a nautical twist, made from pure linens and Aegean cotton.
CHELSEA MILLER KNIVES: One-of-a-kind knives handmade from found objects by Chelsea Miller, who learned her woodworking and blacksmith skills from her father in Vermont.
ILĀ: Essential, artisanal ingredients for your kitchen and home.
MOONTREE LETTERPRESS: Simple letterpress creations designed by Rebecca Kutys in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
TWO: Effortlessly chic tunics and caftans made modern by Monica Patel-Cohn. Fashioned in New York from handmade India textiles.

For more selects from our upcoming market, see Remodelista New York Market Preview: Part 1.