Whenever we visit San Francisco, we always make time to stop by MARCH to check out the shop’s gorgeous selection of furniture, tableware, and other home accessories. (Martha was there recently!) We were so excited to hear that from June 6 through September 7, the store will also be home to an art exhibit featuring two of our favorite makers showcased in our “Unexpected Heirlooms” story from the May issue of Living: Jonathan Kline and Josh Vogel.
If you’re on the West Coast, go check out Kline’s woven black-ash-wood baskets, trays, and other pieces. Wouldn’t the Adirondack backpack with leather straps be perfect for toting your farmers-market finds this summer? We love that many of Kline’s creations have practical everyday uses while still being beautiful.
Don’t miss Vogel’s Spoons Mural while you’re there. The three-paneled installation features 117 solid holly spoons and pegs, hanging elegantly on wormy chestnut wood.
The best part? You can snatch up any of these pieces for your own home–they’re all for sale.
From top: Jonathan Kline Black Woven Grid, Black Ash and Cassein Paint, 43″x43″, $5,000; Sawkille Black Walnut Stool, 24″, $800 and Black Ash Basket for MARCH Large Square Basket, 19″x21″x17″, Black Ash and Cassein Paint, $1,580; Black Ash Baskets for MARCH Adirondack Pack with Lid and Leather Straps, Black Ash, 14″x17″ $1,600; Spoons Mural, Holly and Wormy Chestnut, three 78″x31.25″ panels, $7,000 per panel
(Images by Mark Johann)