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Shop Portland 48 Hours

Sarah Lonsdale June 09, 2011

Last weekend, we held our third Remodelista Local Market in Portland, Oregon (on a gloriously sunny day, as luck would have it). We were thrilled to meet the hundreds of shoppers who dropped by–children, dogs, and bicycles in tow–against the backdrop of the newly renovated Schoolhouse Factory, an airy space located near the city’s Pearl district. We were also thrilled to host our favorite artisans, creators, and culinary purveyors from Portland’s burgeoning design community. Here’s the good news: if you weren’t able to make the event, you can shop the wares on our online sale, which includes a few special deals, for the next 48 hours (be sure to scan the right sidebar for the sales).

Photography by Lisa Teso.

Above L: A vintage chalkboard welcomes shoppers. Above R: Thank you to Anna Mara Floral Design who provided floral arrangements for the event.

Above: Shoppers throng the space.

Above L: Handmade soap from Maak Soap Lab. Above R: A selection of art books from Monograph Bookwerks.

Above L: Rowley Rocker chair from Julian Paul. Above R: Hand-blended limited edition fragrances from Olo Fragrance.

Above: A selection of goods from Schoolhouse Electric‘s new homeware line will be featured in their new showroom when it opens in the fall.

Above L: Julian Paul chats with shoppers. Above R: Terrariums were a popular buy.

Above: A selection of terrariums from Space Design.

Above L: Lilith Rockett arranges her ceramic wares. Above R: A collection of goods in display from Makelike.

Above L: A vintage bench from Schoolhouse Electric. Above R: Handmade mobiles from Frazier Wing.

Above: Baked goods form Kim Boyce’s Bake Shop (soon to open in Portland.)

Above L: Ristretto Roasters generously provided complimentary hand-roasted artisanal coffee. Above R: Oregon Ice Works served all natural Oregon ice treats made with local fruit.

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