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Coming to SF: The Remodelista Holiday Market Opens Tomorrow

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Coming to SF: The Remodelista Holiday Market Opens Tomorrow

December 11, 2015

San Francisco, we hope to see you this weekend at our annual Remodelista Holiday Market! It’s this Saturday and Sunday-yes, we’ve doubled our days-and 45 of our favorite California maker-designers and shopkeepers will be showing their wares. Come meet the Remodelista team. Here are the details, plus a preview.

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 District from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. (Note the different hours each day.) 

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Above: Remodelista-selected housewares vendors, tabletop designers, ceramicists, weavers, jewelers, perfumers, natural beauty product specialists, and clothing designers will be at the market, including (clockwise from top left):

In Fiore 

Kathleen Whitaker

Julia Turner

Rough Linen

Alice Tacheny

Heritage Artifacts

Linda Fahey Ceramics

Ambatalia

Anaí¯se

Sarah Kersten 

There’s also irresistible kids’ clothing. Go to the Remodelista San Francisco Market for a full list of vendors.

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