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Announcing Our First Remodelista New England Market with Lekker Home

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Announcing Our First Remodelista New England Market with Lekker Home

October 17, 2015

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SAVE THE DATE: We’re thrilled to announce our first ever Remodelista & Gardenista Market in New England, on the weekend of November 14th to 15th in Boston. Our Market cosponsor is Lekker Home, and the venue is their lofty showroom in the south end of Boston (ample parking in a lot nearby at 560 Harrison Ave.).

More than 30 local artisans from the New England area will be showcasing their homewares, clothing, jewelry, and more. A selection of the offerings and a list of the vendors is below; hope to see you there!

Saturday, Nov. 14th, 10am to 6pm

Sunday, Nov. 15th, 10am to 5pm

Lekker Home, 1313 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02118

Participating Vendors

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Above: Hand-painted canvas floor mats, bags, and more from Black Point Mercantile in Portland, Maine.

Salt Cellar Shop cedar salve front

Above: Botanical goods, healing herbs, and wooden wares from the Salt Cellar Shop on outer Cape Cod.

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Above: Nesting bowls from Taylor Ceramics in Easthampton, MA.

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Above: Seersucker stripe pestemals from 8Knots of Shelter Island.

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Above: Wool blankets made on antique looms from The Maine Blanket.

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Above: Children’s clothing from Boston-based Morgan & Milo.

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Above: Handmade bags from Stitch and Tickle in Boston.

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Above: Brothers Artisan Oil of Boston will be selling their pomades, waxes, and oils for the well-groomed man.

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Above: Twenty Boat of Truro, MA will be pouring tastes of their locally made rums (“dedicated to the bootleggers of Cape Cod”). Photo via Foodie Tales.

New England Market Sellers*

8Knots EHChocolatier Pilgrim Waters
Albertine Press Fox Island Printworks Rachel Gunnard
Allore Candles Gamine Co. Salt Cellar Shop
Always Piper GOODLINENS Shannon Reed
Annie Meyer Studio Gray Green Goods South Hollow Spirits
Black Point Mercantile Le Bouton Stitch and Tickle
Brothers Artisan Oil Morgan & Milo Studio Carta
Coral & Tusk Nine Five Ltd. Taylor Ceramics
dbO Home NIHO Candles Templeton General
deWolfe Nuthatch Productions The Everyday Napkin
DeRoucheau Handmade Knits Patch NYC The MAINE BLANKET
Pikku

*Sellers Confirmed as of October 21, 2015

To browse our past Remodelista/Gardenista Markets, please go to our Markets Page.

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