Let’s Go Local: Pottery Barn Hosts Our First Ever Makers Market

Behind the Scenes, We Love SF | | | 5 Replies

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Let’s face it — you can find all sorts of beautiful things in a Pottery Barn store, but jewelry usually isn’t one of them. But on the night of May 29th, things were looking a little different in our Chestnut Street store in San Francisco.

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For our first ever Makers Market, we worked with Square Market to host local, independent artisans to sell their handmade goods in our store and connect with the local community.

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Handmade jewelry, iPad cases, leather totes and graphic prints were artfully placed on Pottery Barn furniture throughout the store.

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The five local artisans — Honey & Bloom, Zelma Rose, Hellbent, DODOcase and Joshu+Vela — mixed and mingled with about 100 customers who couldn’t wait to learn more about their local artisan community.

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It was so inspiring to see such talented work from our San Francisco community — stay tuned for more!

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5 thoughts on “Let’s Go Local: Pottery Barn Hosts Our First Ever Makers Market

  1. Bonnie

    The open house with local artist in San Francisco is a great idea but can you make this a corporate wide event? That way those of us in other cities can have the same pleasurable experience.

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