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Remodelista New England Market Preview

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Nov 03, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Justine Hand last modified Nov 02, 2015

Over the next two weeks, we'll be highlighting the lovely makers and artisans who will be participating in our first New England Market . If you are in the Boston area, please join us over the weekend of November 14-15. Our market cosponsor is Lekker Home , and the venue is their lofty showroom in the South End of Boston (ample 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). More details here . Above: A selection of offerings from 11 of the 35-plus vendors at Remodelista's New England Market (clockwise from the top left). dbO Home : Hand-formed serving and dining pieces from dbO's coveted Kashmir and Burl Collections as well as 30 to 70 percent off all dbO Ware. Annie Meyer Studio : Small-batch, sustainable cooking and serving pieces all lovingly handcarved by Annie.  Niho Candles : Architectural candles handmade with 100 percent beeswax by artist Niho Kozuru. DeRoucheau Handmade Knits : Cozy hats, scarves, and throws hand-knit by Deanna DeRoucheau. Brothers Artisan Oil : All-natural men's grooming products (that women can use too). Coral & Tusk : Introducing this textile company's new collection of fabric by the yard as well as their New Signature Collection inspired by designer Stephanie Housley's trips to the American West. Studio Carta : Designed in Brookline, Massachusetts, and imported from Italy—100 percent cotton ribbons in a rainbow of hues plus all that glitters for the holiday season. The Everyday Napkin : Handmade, limited edition, linen napkins designed for the everyday. Rachel Gunnard : Elegant and elemental pieces fashioned by architect-turned-jewelry-designer Rachel Gunnard. Always Piper : Breezy linens for the home and body, handmade in Maine. Taylor Ceramics : One-of-a-kind porcelain vessels and planters, handmade by Cara Taylor.  More Stories from Remodelista Table of Contents: The Holiday House Top 5 in Design News: David Chipperfield Disowns a Project and Chartres Restoration Polarizes Current Obsessions: Mid-Season Stride




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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