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Remodelista New York Market Preview, Part I

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Remodelista New York Market Preview, Part I

February 28, 2016

As we gear up for our first Remodelista New York City Market (less than two weeks away), we’re highlighting a selection of offerings from some of the nearly 50 participating vendors. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Above: Clockwise from top L:
FELT + FAT – slip-cast porcelain dishware from Philadelphia-based designers Nathaniel Mell and Wynn Bauer
HUDSON MADE – all-natural skincare and other goods crafted in the Hudson Valley
LURU HOME – textile goods fashioned from vintage indigo fabrics and original screen-printed designs inspired by ancient Chinese textile traditions
JEN COGLIANTRY HANDMADE – nautical and nature-inspired jewelry from a Brooklyn artist
REBECCA ATWOOD – textiles from the Brooklyn-based artist made with a combination of hand-painting and other traditional techniques
BLACK POINT MERCANTILE – small-production canvas floor clothes and bags from Portland, ME
ODETTE WILLIAMS – pint-sized aprons for budding chefs
SOOR PLOOM – classically styled, sustainably made children’s clothing fashioned in Brooklyn.

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Above (clockwise from top L):
DARA ARTISANS – a collection of traditional goods from the contemporary home, handmade by artisans from across the globe
HAWKINS NEW YORK – specialty home goods made by a collective of independent designers
KELLI CAIN CERAMICS – simple, yet elegant, ceramics made in upstate New York
LAYLA – luxurious jewelry, clothing and home goods, made by master craftsmen in India and curated by Alayne Patrick
CORAL AND TUSK – Storied textiles for the home featuring the embroidered designs of artist Stephanie Housley
APOTHEKE – all natural apothecary crafted in Brooklyn
RICHARD WATSON – finely crafted furniture and hardware designed by the Brooke Richard and Laura Watson
LE BOUTON – handmade linen clothing fashioned in Portland, ME

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