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We’re obsessed with these multitasking stools ($225 each) designed by SF-based furniture company New Factory. One has a secret compartment built into the seat, another is designed for stashing a blanket underneath and the third is simply for sitting (go figure).
Heath Ceramics fired this earthy dish set ($385) with new glazes that reflect that Headlands landscape. It includes a serving platter, a single-stem vase, a multi-stem vase and two small sugar bowls.
Display your favorite art tome or rest your go-to cookbook on these easels ($80 each) by the craftsmen at Anzfer Farms. Made out of reclaimed elm, pine and redwood, they fold down to store flat on a shelf.
Natural fragrance maker Captain Blankenship conjured up a Headlands roll-on scent ($30) that captures that iconic sea-sprayed freshness with a whiff of wildflowers. One spritz and you’d swear you were in Sausalito.
Packing for a picnic? Some Cowgirl Creamery cheese would look mighty appetizing on this set of walnut chopping blocks ($200) by local artisan Scott Tal. Bonus: It comes with a handsome leather carrier.
The stark natural beauty of the Marin Headlands is so dazzling, it could inspire works of art.
And indeed--it does. For 30 years, painters, writers and assorted other creative types have flocked to the Headlands Center for the Arts to find inspiration. Located in Golden Gate National Park, the organization fosters up-and-coming artists, encouraging them to make and exhibit their work there.
Though we’d love to venture to the center on the regular (it’s just fifteen minutes outside the city), we’re thrilled to be able to shop the artists’ designs from our desk chair, courtesy of a new online store.
We’ll let the goods speak for themselves.
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