Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams applaud new Natick home store
May 13, 2015 - table lamp
Talk about creation a grand entrance: Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams are dual of my dearest, oldest friends in Boston. They also usually occur to be vital inhabitant home pattern talents and distinguished their new Natick Signature Store with an epic grand opening celebration final week.
At their sleek, complicated new space during 625 Worcester St. (Route 9) nearby a Natick Mall, they’ve doubled a distance of their prior showroom, and allocated it with definitely pleasing soothing white walls and floors, splendid modular lighting and custom-created seat settings and accessories.
The place is stashed with easy and affordable ways to emanate signature character that welcome spring’s home trends — like a span of Austin chambray pillows in a classical ribbon on a healthy linen background. One of spring’s biggest motifs is menswear tailoring sum brought into a home, and these pillows are a subtle, crafty approach to do usually that. They’re also ideal for tossing on a cot and fast lightening things up. Speaking of which, a Della list flare is as most complicated sculpture as it is a light tie — another large strike for spring. Make it a centerpiece, and a china interlocking ring pattern will locate a courtesy of anyone entering a room.
At a opening final week, a advantage for The Center for Arts in Natick, all of that and tons some-more was on arrangement for a hundreds of people who had flocked to a new space to take it all in.
“For Bob and we both, we were usually overwhelmed,” Mitchell told me after a party. “It’s such a large pleasing store. It has such presence. And to have that many people there, and so many of them come adult to us and contend how most they adore it, felt like such an expansion for us as a company. We’re removing bigger and better.”
The new space isn’t usually bigger. “It has a some-more residential feel,” says Andrew Terrat, owners of a new store. “It has 8-foot ceilings that are sheetrock, and floors that are tile or hardwood. So when people demeanour during it, they can see it as they would a home. And they can improved prognosticate vital with a seat they’re looking at.”
Personally, we adore that we can move my dog to a store (not usually is it pooch-friendly, though staffers palm out doggie treats and sells dog beds). And we also adore that a association frequently supports grassroots and inhabitant not-for-profits like a Human Rights Campaign, a Design Industries Foundation for AIDS, a Ovarian Cancer Research Fund and a Leukemia Society. The list goes on.
Well done, gentlemen. Welcome to your new home!
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, 625 Worcester St., Natick; 508-650-1400; www.mgbwhome.com.