We’ve doubled our hours: This year’s LA holiday market at Big Daddy’s Antiques is taking place this Saturday and Sunday. And more than 30 of our favorite California maker-designers and store creators are joining us, so it will be a one-stop shop for all the gifts on your list. Hope to see you there!
Here are the details and a preview of some of the highlights.
Saturday and Sunday, December 5 and 6 The Remodelista Market will be in residence at Big Daddy’s Antiques at 3334 La Cienega Place near Culver City from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
Above: More than 30 local artisans will be showcasing their wares at Big Daddy’s, including (clockwise from top left):
The MiA Project: A fashion and housewares shop and creative consultancy in LA devoted to celebrating the best of 100-percent made-in-America design–hence “MiA.”
Brenden Ravenhill: Modern classics from an LA lighting and furniture designer who is a longstanding Remodelista favorite.
Wax Poster: Images by leading photographers printed in California on archival paper with fade-resistant ink.
Rule of Three: LA designer Paige Cleveland’s hand-dyed textiles, including pillows and totes of marbled silk.
Baum-kuchen: An international couple’s collection of Bauhaus meets wabi-sabi goods for the desktop and beyond.
Chapparal Studio: Crystals and minerals (fluorite mini pyramids shown here), terrariums, and full-moon-inspired jewelry from an LA design studio.
WelcomeCompanions: Miranda July– and Lena Dunham–endorsed surrealist leather bags by an upstart LA architect. The design here is the Bandage-Pill Cross Body, and we love the house-shaped carryall.
Ihako: Blue-accented everyday tableware made in Arita, Japan, by Yuta Miyazaki, a graphic designer who now works in porcelain.
The Citizenry: Thoughtfully designed fair-trade furniture and accessories from around the world, copper-framed Argentinian leather butterfly chair included.
Olmay Home: From a Norwegian designer based in LA, a collection of pared-down household goods made of natural materials.
Martha Davis: Leather shoes, bags, and wearables by an “it” SF designer.
Otaat: Minimalist men’s and women’s accessories, from wallets to party hats (metallic leather version shown here).
For more previews of our Remodelista Holiday Markets–this weekend (Dec. 5 and 6) in LA and next weekend in SF (Dec. 12-13)–check out: