As promised (see Pared Down Simplicity, New Furniture from a Cult Woodworker), Josh Vogel, our favorite architect turned woodworker, has recently launched an expanded furniture line.
With his new collection, Vogel, the man behind Black Creek Mercantile, continues to bridge the gap between handmade and high design.
Above: Black Creek Mercantile’s Sawhorse Table can be easily disassembled and stored. Like all pieces in the new furniture line, it can be custom-sized and is available in white, gray (shown), natural, tobacco, and black. The 114-inch table shown is $4,000; to order, contact Black Creek Mercantile directly.
Above: Josh’s furniture, like his spoons, possesses a lithe vitality.
Above: Black Creek’s Trestle table, shown here in natural finish, is $4,800 for the 60-inch wide model.
Above: Josh’s inaugural piece of large furniture, the dovetail table (shown in black), is available in rectangle, square, and circle. Read more about this piece here; $4,500 for the 67-inch-long version.
Above: Josh’s new stools are available in three heights and styles as well as a variety of finishes. Clockwise from the front left: the 19-inch table stool (shown in natural) is $675; the low-rung, 26-inch counter stool (shown in tobacco and white) is $850; and the graduated rung, 27-inch counter stool (in black) is $925.
Above: Streamlined silhouettes and elegant details in a trestle table and stool.
Above: Step stools stacked high; each measures 15 inches high; $400. Long low stools are also available for $770.
Above: Also new from Josh Vogel, spice bowls in splatter finish; the 6.5-inch size is $130 and the 9.5-inch size is $150.
Above: And finally, a handsome cast-iron doorstop weighs a hefty 10 pounds; $375.
The best news yet, Black Creek Mercantile plans to expand the collection even further; we’ll keep you posted.