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20 Top Picks from the SF Local Design Market

 The weeklong furniture, art, and furnishings pop-up kicks off tonight. Here's what to buy. 

Meg O'Halloran chairs (clockwise from left): Truss chair, $2,850; Kings Chair, $2,870; Cousin chair, $2,270.

3 Fish art (clockwise from top left): Love This Town framed archival print by Annie Galvin, $200; Homeward Bound framed limited-edition print by Eric Rewitzer, $450; Dogpatch framed limited-edition print by Eric Rewitzer, $475; Eames chair framed print by Eric Rewitzer, $120.

3 Fish art (from left): Skating at Sutros original painting by Annie Galvin, $250; 49 Mile Scenic Drive original painting by Annie Galvin, $250; Prisim Bear framed archival print by Annie Galvin, $275.

Becky Hui Chan posters, $25 each (unframed).

Meg O'Halloran 5-by-8 rugs: Chaos tufted rug, $1,410 (top); Sunshine tufted rug, $1,410 (bottom; knotted, $2,200).

Rachel Gant PickNick bag, $115.

Rachel Gant PickNick bag, $115.

Papa Llama tote, $25.

Nick & Beau Palette iPad case, $99.

Urbio vertical planter, $75.

Urbio vertical planters, $75 to $175 each.

Pacific Heights home boutique Zinc Details is launching its first SF Local Design Market tonight, a weeklong exhibition and pop-up shop showcasing the sculpted, carved, and laser-cut work of a dozen artists and designers. Though Zinc typically stocks a mix of high-end furniture and accessories from around the world, the market hones in on a range of affordable and splurge-worthy Bay Area products, like art prints by 3 Fish Studios, Urbio vertical planters, Meg O'Halloran's sculptural chairs and rugs, and modern furniture and glassware by Jeni Tu, as well as design books from Gingko Press to deck out your coffee table. All the participating designers will be assembled for the opening reception tonight (6 p.m. to 8 p.m.) to discuss their work. Click ahead to see 20 of our top picks.

Zinc Details showroom, 1905 Fillmore St., 415-776-2100; through June 17.