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Bronze Age Redux: Bespoke Storage Hardware from Mark Lewis in London

“I love details, and I love hardware,” says Mark Lewis, founder of Mark Lewis Interior Design. “I have always loved finding handles, hooks, and more on my travels and in local junk shops. But when you find one great vintage piece, you will inevitably need more than one for your project.”

Lewis started offering bespoke, cast bronze pieces for sale on his website last year. “It was a natural progression to start reproducing my favorite vintage finds and selling them to a wider audience,” he says. “When I work with clients, I often have bespoke hardware items made for specific projects.”

The cast bronze pieces are all cast in England at a small foundry in Kent, south of London. Here are some favorites from the collection.

N.B.: Be sure to check out Julie’s story on Lewis’ new collection of powder-coated hardware over on Remodelista today.

Photography by Rory Gardiner.

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Above: A kitchen outfitted with hardware from the cast-bronze line, including a wall-mounted dish drainer, pan rack, shelf brackets, and cabinet pulls.

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Above: The solid Cast Bronze Pan Rack is £95.
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Above: The solid wall-mounted Cast Bronze Draining Rack comes in two sizes; the medium is £650 and the large is £850.
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Above: The solid Cast Bronze S Hook is £7.
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Above: The Cast Bronze Soap Draining Rack is £160.
Bronze Broom Hook at Mark Lewis Home Store
Above: The Cast Bronze Broom Hook, new to the store, is £28.
Bronze Desk Wire Cover at Mark Lewis Home Store
Above: The Cast Bronze Desk Wire Cover is £22.

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Above: Mark Lewis, on-site in Hoxton.

N.B.: This post is an update; it was first published on Remodelista on February 16, 2017.

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