Wallflower and Rejuvenation Team Up to Curate a Seasonal Market
There's a new shopportunity coming to the Bay Area, and it's going to be good.
Wallflower, (the dreamy Mission vintage shop), has teamed up with Rejuvenation, (the home improvement/general store arm of Williams-Sonoma), to launch Bouquet Market, a seasonal flea and makers' market. The spring installment is scheduled for Saturday, April 15, from 10am–5pm in the open area adjacent to Rejuvenation's Berkeley location, (1717 D Fourth Street).
With more than 45 vendors, Bouquet will offer curated vintage shopping and locally-handmade apparel, jewelry, home goods, accessories and art for all budgets.
On the fashion front, vintage sellers will be showcasing pieces from the 1920s through the 1990s for both men and women. In addition to true vintage, there will be local brands and designers whose apparel is designed and made with a nod to the past. There will also be jewelry collectors and makers with statement pieces for every budget, and an array of accessories vendors with handmade bags, backpacks, hats pins, and patches.
For home goods shoppers, there will be local woodworkers, ceramicists, re-furbishers, and myriad mid-century furniture, both newly handmade and vintage. In addition to furniture and large-scale home decor, you can shop for small home goods, like candles, macrame, and wall hangings.
To top off the awesomeness, you can also score local blooms, as well as lotions and potions from a local handmade apothecary.
Wallflower and Rejuvenation are planning to make Bouquet a quarterly event, and dates for the summer, autumn, and winter market are already listed on the website. The market will go on, rain or shine, so nothing will stand in the way of your Bouquet + Berkeley Bowl plan this weekend.