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New Dining Essentials from Kaufmann Mercantile

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Nov 03, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Nov 02, 2015

Solid, sturdy, and resolutely unadorned: a new line of household essentials from Kaufmann Mercantile includes dining tables, chairs, and benches as well as a line of minimally detailed ceramic dinnerware. Above: The Kaufmann dinnerware collection is made of porcelain and finished with clear glaze. Prices start at $29 for a Kaufmann Salad Plate and go up to $109 for the Kaufmann Serving Bowl . Above: Each Kaufmann dinnerware piece is hand-thrown in Oregon by ceramicists working in an eight-person studio. Above: The made-to-order Kaufmann Two-Rung Chair in black walnut (also available in white oak) is a traditional ladderback design and is $575; with an optional black bridle leather seat inlay it's $675. "The simple form was inspired by the pared-down aesthetic of Danish mid-century design and the restraint of Japanese minimalism," according to Kaufmann Mercantile. Above: The 48-inch-long Gathering Bench is made from solid black walnut in upstate NY and provides seating for two at the dinner table. Above: The Kaufmann Trestle Dining Table in solid black walnut wood is designed to seat four to six people; $2,750. See all our Tabletop picks and our Dining Furniture selects in our Shop  section. More Stories from Remodelista 10 Easy Pieces: Leather Barstools Steal This Look: Blackout Dining Room in Lyon, France Owen Wall: London's Ceramicist to the Culinary Stars






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