Sun.Nov 21, 2021

Around the Store

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Dad’s certainly going to be happy this year. Clockwise from top left: Indigo/Slate large mugs / How to Mix Drinks cocktail book / Stelton cocktail shaker / Slate Plaza platter / Holmegaard Canada glassware / Whisky Classified book / Iacoli & McAllister bottle opener / Onyx Plaza dish / Marmol Radziner jewelry / Heath tile in Slate Blue, New Sky Blue, Museum Black, New Dark Gray / Monarch Deluxe Playing Cards (set of 4) / Yoshida Airplane Kit

Remembering a Beloved Collaborator and Friend

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Rich Roat was co-founder and co-owner, along with Andy Cruz, of House Industries of Yorklyn, Delaware. Andy called us Wednesday with the unimaginable news that Rich had passed away that morning. Healthy, active, creative, energetic, and leaving a wife and two teenagers without a hint of any such tragedy on the horizon.


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A Chat with Garza Marfa

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California and Texas have long had a friendly rivalry but that’s been put to rest for now – at least from a design perspective – by Californians turned Texans, Jamey Garza and Constance Holt-Garza. (OK, OK, Jamey’s originally from Austin, but worked in California for years.) The duo have created the perfect Texas-meets-California line of home furnishings and accessories.

Around the Store - Heath LA Edition!

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Feeling a little bit country, a little rock and roll. And don’t forget, Kirsten Muenster will have a trunk show at Heath SF from 2-6pm tomorrow! RSVP here to shop her full collection in person


The “square root” technique

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The “square root” technique that Mexican designer Carla Fernández pioneered uses squares and rectangles folded to shape every item, and minimizes the use of formal fasteners, relying instead on ties and simple fastenings.

Making & Gathering: K Studio

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When we first came across K Studio’s work, we were immediately charmed. It’s impossible not to be—hand-drawn shapes, animals, and faces, all a little askew, perfectly translated through embroidery onto linens. They’re sweet, evocative, and delightful. It’s rare for home goods to elicit such joy, so we were curious to know more about the designer and the story behind our new favorite textile line.