good reads: heath’s tile makes the room.


i’m having quite the passionate love affair with tile right now. i’ve been entertaining the idea of some cement Moroccan-inspired tile for my kitchen floor and trying to get up the nerve to give that a go! so, the bay area’s beloved heath ceramic’s new book, tile makes the room may be just the thing i need to kickstart that idea into action. tile does... 
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spotted: alabama on alabama.

spotted: heath ceramics + alabama chanin / sfgirlbybay

here’s a peek into a beautiful new show that just debuted in san francisco. longtime friends natalie chanin (renowned textile artist + founder and designer of alabama chanin) and heath ceramics have collaborated to host a month-long exhibit and pop-up shop entitled alabama on alabama at heath’s factory building in the city’s mission district. the lively collection... 
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heath + schoolhouse + yellow owl = party.


Have you visited the brand new heath ceramics showroom in San Francisco’s mission district yet? if not, this is the perfect opportunity to have a look around! it’s a party and an Artist reception for Yellow Owl Workshop’s Christine Schmidt to celebrate the launch of her Victory Regalia Collection for Schoolhouse Electric in the Heath showroom. come by November... 
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guest post: rena tom.


Hi, my name is Rena Tom and I’m so honored that Victoria asked me to guest post for her while she is on her European vacation (I know, I know – working vacation – but still!). I am a former owner of Rare Device and am now keeping busy by consulting to store owners and product designers and running after my very active toddler. While I am pretty good at... 
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heath is coming.


i am very excited to learn that one of my favorite ceramic shops is coming to the city! heath ceramics is opening a shop in san francisco’s beautiful ferry building this month. so not only can you shop for artisan foods, now you can find something gorgeous to serve them up in! every piece of heath’s ceramic dishwares are still made in their original factory in... 
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