The Design-Lover's Guide to Healdsburg
Originally published on CaliforniaHomeDesign.com
In the town of Healdsburg, at the heart of northern Sonoma wine country, you’ll not only discover the art of wine-making, but the inspired art in cuisine, fashion, décor and design.
Jewelry is not the only art on display at Gallery Lulo, where many of the 40 designers are also accomplished artists in a variety of media. New collections of their design-based jewelry, décor and crafts are launched with stylish gallery openings. 303 Center Street, Healdsburg
The fabulous Tallulah boutique puts the eye-candy in personal and home accessories, like this Hermes silk scarf framed as art. Like Tallulah Bankhead’s inspired life, the merchandise is constantly evolving, but the essence of glam endures. 226B Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg
Vintage industrial meets reclaimed art at 14 feet. This eye-popping home décor shop features vintage and hand-crafted furniture, lighting, found objects and more, produced largely by local artisans from reclaimed materials. Like highly-curated art, the collection is accompanied by hand-written labels that pay homage to each work and artist. 325 Center Street, Healdsburg
Recycling is the theme at ReHealdsburg. Partners Peter Rosson and David Barrett collect a wide-range of constantly changing consignments from the city and wine country, making their periodic sales a real treasure hunt. Don’t miss their big first anniversary sale coming up August 3-5 which promises 30-40% more items to peruse in extra showrooms. 1229 Grove Street, Healdsburg