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Remodelista New England Market Preview, Part III


Remodelista New England Market Preview, Part III

November 13, 2015

Today we’re highlighting the final group of lovely makers and artisans who will be participating this weekend in our first New England Market. Be sure to check out both grids below.

If you’re in the Boston area, please join us this Saturday and Sunday, November 14th and 15th. Our market cosponsor is Lekker Home, and the venue is their lofty showroom in the South End of Boston (ample discounted parking in a lot nearby at 560 Harrison Ave.). Gourmet food trucks, live music, book signings, and samples of locally brewed and distilled beverages will supplement the market experience (admission is free to all).

In addition, the first 250 attendees each day will receive a free canvas tote bag with the Remodelista Market logo. More details on the Market here.

Above: A selection of offerings from eight of the 35+ vendors at Remodelista’s New England Market (clockwise from top left).

8KNOTS – Fine Turkish pestemals with a nautical twist, made from pure linens and Aegean cotton.

BLACK POINT MERCANTILE – Hand-painted canvas floor clothes and bags made in Portland, Maine.

GOODLINENS – Environmentally friendly unbleached linen towels, designed in Massachusetts and made in Lithuania.

BOSTON GENERAL STORE – Goods for the kitchen and home made the old-fashioned way.

EHCHOCOLATIER – Devine chocolates and Best of Boston Winners for last two years standing.

THE THIRD PIECE – Luxurious, chunky knitwear, handmade by a community of New England artisans.

GRAY GREEN GOODS – Original textiles for the home, handcrafted in Boston, inspired by the world.

NUTHATCH – Timeless, elegant style, garments made of the finest natural fibers and fashioned by hand in Maine.

Above: Clockwise from top L:

LOYAL SUPPLY CO. – “Designs for Life,” simple, functional beautiful goods for the home and body.

PILGRIM WATERS – Graphic scarves, tea towels, and wooden trays featuring the award-winning designs of Susy Pilgrim Waters.

BOB’S YOUR UNCLE – Modern Americana goods and gifts for the home.

LURU HOME – Vintage and modern screen-printed textiles, featuring rare Nankeen-dyed indigos and other decorative motifs from the Chinese Middle Kingdom.

SHANNON REED – Hot in the kitchen: designer chef jackets and aprons, napkins, and towels.

NINE FIVE LTD – Individual hats and apparel designed for world citizens; 20 percent of every purchase goes to charity.

THE MAINE BLANKET – Made of 100 percent wool from grass-fed sheep, natural blankets and throws woven on antique looms in New England.

MORGAN AND MILO – Playful, practical clothing and shoes for the stylish kid on the go.

See samples of our other New England Market vendors here and here.

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