This Month's Buzzworthy Introductions and Openings

Contemporary kitchen system studio Henrybuilt's first California showroom opened its doors this month.Form Meets Function
Contemporary kitchen system studio Henrybuilt’s first California showroom has opened its doors in Mill Valley. Housed in a stylishly renovated former mechanic’s garage, the 4,000-square-foot space features the brand’s award-winning bar blocks, functional walls and work surfaces. 356 Miller Ave., Mill Valley, 415-360-2915,

Jay Jeffers' collection for Arteriors includes this fabulous drinks table.The Handsome Home
San Francisco interior designer Jay Jeffers’s glamorous debut collection of entertaining accessories for Arteriors will elevate any seasonal soirée. The range includes lighting, drinks tables (including the Savoy accent table, pictured), barware, serving trays and more, all reflecting Jeffers’s flair for the singular and luxurious. Through Jay Jeffers – THE STORE, 1035 Post St., 415-440-7300,,

Fromental's first printed collection launched this month.Artistic Evolution
London-based couture wallcovering and fabric company Fromental has launched its first printed collection, Imprimé. Founders Tim Butcher and Lizzie Deshayes have translated their exquisite hand-painted work into printed wallpapers; their first two releases are  Florent and Bambois, gorgeous Chinoiseries offered in an array of colorways. (Bambois in Duskberry is pictured.) Through Holland & Sherry (T), 111 Rhode Island St., 415-552-2144,,

The Zebois rug by Adam Hunter for The Rug Company.A Natural Partnership
New from the Rug Company, the Zebois rug by California-based designer Adam Hunter features hand-knotted Tibetan wool and silk in a painterly wood-grain-meets-zebra pattern. Through Hewn (T), SFDC, galleria 480/424, 415-962-7833,,

Urban Electric's Pop, a collection of fixtures with industrial appeal.Pop Art
Urban Electric Creative Director Michael Amato has designed Pop, a new collection of fixtures with industrial appeal. The square fixture offers endless customization options via a swappable back panel feature; styles are available in finishes including glass, leather, lacquer and custom wallpaper (pictured), enabling the fixture to blend seamlessly with interior finishes.

Melanie Abrantes' Buckeye Burl vase is available through WorkOf.California Calling
WorkOf founder Charlie Miner set out to create a platform that would make buying and selling independent, locally made design easy for both consumer and designer. Just in time for holiday gift giving, the online marketplace has announced its expansion into California. San Francisco is represented by designers including ceramicist Carole Neilson and woodworker Melanie Abrantes (whose Buckeye Burl vase is pictured).

Society Limonta's new line of linen tablecloths and napkins are now available.European Union
One of Europe’s oldest textile manufacturers, Society Limonta is known for its sumptuous home goods, clothing and accessories. San Franciscans can create elegantly understated holiday tables with Limonta’s new line of linen tablecloths and napkins, now available at March. (The Jour Tisana tablecloth in Anthracite is pictured.) 3075 Sacramento St., 415-931-7433,