Reengage with the Natural World

Introducing Kaufmann, the first ever in-house designed private label collection from Kaufmann Mercantile.

The Luxonomist. 26/10/2015

Debuting its first private label collection, Kaufmann Mercantile announces the launch of Kaufmann, an originally produced range of handmade furniture and homewares. The collection features a line of made-to-order handmade solid wood furniture, hand-thrown porcelain tableware, hand-poured soy & beeswax candles and a pair of classic bags.

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Kaufmann Gathering Bench Walnut. Click to buy

«From the very beginning, Kaufmann Mercantile has worked closely with makers and manufacturers from around the world, sharing a deep appreciation for products made with honest, lasting materials and grounded in a sense of place.» said Sebastian Kaufmann, CEO and Founder of Kaufmann Mercantile, «Our new endeavor, celebrates the simple yet focused pursuit of distilling a piece to its most essential.»

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Kaufmann Kitchen Island Walnut. Click to buy

Kaufmann represents the latest evolution in the story of Kaufmann Mercantile which was sparked when a plastic stapler appeared on Sebastian Kaufmann’s desk six years ago. The mass-produced product represented everything troublesome with throw-away culture, and so, he decided to launch an online homewares shop for a slower, more thoughtful life. Starting with eight carefully chosen products, Kaufmann Mercantile has steadily grown to offer two-thousand items – and now debut brand of originally designed homewares.

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Kaufmann Trestle Dining Table Walnut. Click to buy

«We set out to find and provide enduring products for everyday life, and discovered in the process a growing desire for an antidote to today’s techno-saturated lives—a connection to presence, provenance, materials and nature,» said Kaufmann. «Kaufmann is the result of that desire, a collection that inspires us to reengage with the natural world by surrounding ourselves with tangible reminders, whether it be in the form of a hand-thrown porcelain bowl or a gathering bench handmade in the Hudson Valley.»

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