Event: Verheyden Designs at March.

My absolutely favorite San Francisco store for home accessories, March on Sacramento Street, invited to an evening of wine and delicious bites from their AGA stove to celebrate the sophisticated designs of Michael Verheyden.

The designer presented bowls, tumblers, vases, candle holders, and many other pieces, made of marble, brass and glass, which looked right at home in the all black and white store. And speaking of home, I might just make March my new permanent residence – it’s simply heaven for a lover of minimalism, marble and meatballs!

 

Photos: Charlotte Coffey

 

Above: Minimalist vessels designed by Michael Verheyden.

Above: Minimalist vessels designed by Michael Verheyden.

Above: The March store was packed with people wanting to see Verheyden's designs.

Above: The March store was packed with people wanting to see Verheyden’s designs.

Above: The framed black and white prints looked great on the subway tile wall.

Above: The framed black and white prints complemented Verheyden’s white marble, glass and brass pieces perfectly.

Above: More black and white simplicity, and a very small dash of pink, at the March store.

Above: More black and white simplicity, and a very small dash of pink, at the March store.

About the Author:
Charlotte Coffey is the principal designer of Lotta Coffey Design & Interiors, and creates authentic, modern Scandinavian interiors in San Francisco, Marin County and the Wine Country. In her spare time, she enjoys eating, running and painting things white.


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