The Hudson Valley design studio Black Creek Mercantile & Trading Co. is known for its sculptural wood cutting boards and hand-carved utensils, but this month founder Joshua Vogel switches gears, debuting his first cast-iron collection, in collaboration with influential San Francisco homewares store March. “I hope that people will connect with them being very material-rich, direct pieces that have a simple supportive design sensibility to them,” says Vogel of the inaugural range, which includes counter stools, a nesting trivet, and this marble-topped table and will continue to grow through 2018.
A Hot New Homewares Collection for Metalheads
Black Creek Mercantile teams up with San Francisco homewares giant March on a range of functional cast-iron furniture pieces and accessories.By Min Chen October 5, 2017
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