Last weekend we checked out the Remodelista Local Market event in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle. Located at henrybuilt’s SoDo shop, there were about 15-20 vendors there, including both local and regional goods.
Some of the highlights included these awesome chopping blocks made from reclaimed lath from old houses in Seattle. I also fell in love with a super soft throw blanket (from San Francisco based Sefte Living) made from baby alpaca yarn and woven by Andean women artisans, but it was too expensive.
But we did find a few small things, like this linen tea towel from San Francisco company Studio Patro.
These photos were taken fresh out of the packaging, but after a few washes it should soften up.
Of course, anytime I’m photographing something at dog level, this happens. Such a diva.
A slightly washed out view of the other side, in a muted green-yellow (grellow?) color.
Local favorite glassybaby was also there, so we picked out this votive for our bathroom. Actually, Kyle picked it out. That man is all about soft lighting. Seriously, he would put every light in the world on a dimmer switch if he could.
I also purchased the new cookbook from 101 Cookbooks blogger Heidi Swanson, who was at the event. I only follow a handful of food/cooking blogs, but I’d come across a review on Smitten Kitchen recently so I knew it was worth a look. And I wasn’t disappointed – the photography is beautiful and the recipes sound amazing. I can’t wait to try it out!
The rest of our weekend consisted of general basking in the sunlight (finally!). This has officially been the coldest spring on record in Seattle and we couldn’t help but get outside and soak it in while we could (because of course today was gray and rainy).
P.S. – Nicole at Making it Lovely featured our mustard jamb on her Honor Roll last week! Yeah, it made my day.