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If only we could have kitchens that are exact replicas of this beautiful San Francisco shop called March.

This sumptuous white space is filled with high-quality dinnerware, cookware, aprons and furniture in a perfect color palette of black, gray, camel, ivory and peach. Speaking about the ideas behind March, owner Sam Hamilton says: “I love pieces that communicate a historical resonance. Today, so many utilitarian items have a built-in obsolescence, but this doesn’t have to be the case. The timelessness of an object has everything to do with design, materials and craftsmanship. Our customers look to us for heritable pieces, whether it’s a piece from Maison Jansen or something as seemingly pedestrian as a kitchen canister or mixing bowl.”

March
3075 Sacramento Street
San Fransisco, CA 94115
United States

  • Photographer:
    Chantal Anderson
  • Photographer:
    Chantal Anderson
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