Set your table at the Remodelista Holiday Markets coming to LA and SF in December. Here’s a preview of favorite designs, all fresh from small design studios in California.
Here are the market details:
- Los Angeles–Saturday and Sunday, December 5-6: 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.
- San Francisco–Saturday and Sunday, December 12-13: The Remodelista Market will be in the factory space at Heath Ceramics at 2900 18th St. in the Mission from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday.
Above: “A non-disposable life” is the motto at Mollie DeVries’s Ambatalia, a studio and shop located in a shipping container in Mill Valley. Black Fringe Linen Napkins are $84 for a set of four. Read our Q&A with Mollie in Shopper’s Diary: Mill Valley’s Queen of Green.
Above: Studio Patro aprons are a Remodelista uniform (look for us: we’ll be wearing them at the markets). Its linens are all designed, printed, and sewn in California. Shown here, the Everyday Stripe multipurpose tea towel, $24.
Above: To get the meal to the table: The í€plat Tote, made in SF of organic cotton canvas, $46, is designed for carrying tarts, pies, and food dishes while keeping them upright and presentable.
Above: Tricia Rose’s Rough Linen designs are another Remodelista staple. Her Orkney Tablecloth comes in five colors and two sizes, starting at $130. (Check out Rough Linen’s bedspread in Philip Johnson’s Glass House in 14 Lessons in Minimalism and, on Gardenista, read Tricia’s 7 Secrets to Make a Perfect Bed.)
Above: Cotton & Flax is a line of handmade textiles by printmaker Erin Dollar, all cut, silkscreened, and sewn in LA. The collection includes patterned Cocktail Napkins, $28 for two; merino wool Coasters, $26 for four; and merino Trivets, $32.
Above: Edie Kahula Pereira of Specialty Dry Goods works with leather, denim, linen, and scrap materials to create her limited edition, hand-stitched satchels, pilllows, and potholders. Shown here, her Unfinished Edge Placemat of 14-ounce American bull denim with dash or dot patterns sewn on both sides; $48.
Above: Heather Taylor Home is LA textile designer and art consultant Heather Taylor’s two-year-old label. Her tabletop designs, including her Soho Tablecloth, $186, are handwoven in Chiapas, Mexico. Soho Napkins are four for $79.
Above: “Italian table linens designed in Los Angeles by an Englishman,” is the tagline of Tim Gledhill’s Huddleson Linens. Gledhill offers a large repertoire of solid and patterned tablecloths, and custom sizes are a speciality. Shown here: his Petrol Green Rectangular Tablecloth, from $245; Linen Napkins, $22 each; and Cotton Plaid Napkins, $9.50 each.