A huge thank you to all our Seattle-area friends (and more than a few Oregonians) who came out and supported local designers at the Remodelista market this past Saturday at henrybuilt. The turnout was fantastic, aided by a long-awaited sunny day and excellent coffee from Cafe Weekend. Market shoppers got first dibs on a huge array of products, but for those of you who couldn’t join us, we are holding a Shop Seattle Market online from now until Thursday at 5 pm PST.
N.B.: All our designers are offering Remodelista readers 10 percent off (unless otherwise noted); check out the offers below and make sure to enter the code Remodelista when purchasing online.
Above L: Iacoli & McAllister is offering 15 percent off their wares, including this Black Frame Side Table. Above R: Ladies & Gentlemen are offering 10 percent off their popular Superior Servers as well as their Chalk It To Me Piggybank.
Above L: Gallant & Jones rolled out their latest line of striped deckchairs at the market; make a purchase over $300 and receive a G&J carrying bag.
Above L: Marie Veronique is offering 10 percent off (all of us at Remodelista are loving their Anti-Aging Day Serum). Above R: Studiopatro is offering free shipping: their new Linen Tea Towels went flying out the door at the market.
Above L: Bitters Co is offering 10 percent off all products, including these Terracotta White-Rimmed Cups. Above R: Rough Linen is offering readers 10 percent off all products (including Tricia’s best-selling Orkney Napkins).
Above L: Mato Creative’s reversible, one-of-a kind, chain-stitch Patchwork Bag is made from the cut hems of selvedge Levis: $420 with a 10 percent discount for Remodelista readers (contact Mato Creative directly and mention Remodelista). Above R: The Frame Light from Iacoli & McAllister is 15 percent off.
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