West Coast Craft

I spent Sunday afternoon at West Coast Craft, and whoa – I was completely blown away. So many amazing artists and craftspeople from all over: LA, Berkeley, Portland... I was so impressed with the care and attention that went into people's booths.

Here are a few of my favorites:

Whyte ,  a furniture design studio and fabrication workshop in San Francisco.  

Whyte, a furniture design studio and fabrication workshop in San Francisco. 

Completely obsessed with Nobel Truong's booth! She makes adorable ceramics, and her booth was made entirely of paper. Just look at those palms!

I wouldn't mind getting one of Jen Hewett's small bags for Christmas ;)

There were too many people crowding Christine Trac's booth, so I had to swipe this photo from her Instagram.

Forest & Waves had such a crazy mash-up of stuff at their booth.

Ilano is a husband-wife team who design and produce textiles: rugs, pillows, bags, you name it. They're currently working with textile makers in Oaxaca to make their goods. You can even meet their artisans on their website.

Hands down, one of the best booths at WCC. Aleksandra Zee and Katie Gong, both furniture makers, crafted this giant teepee  to display their furniture. I'm dying to buy one of those stools, AND that bench! One day, one day.

Love the neon at Wolfum's booth.

What booths did you love at WCC? It's days like today that I really appreciate living in  California.