April 21, 2017
By Gabrielle Van Tassel | August 25, 2015 | Style & Beauty
Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams open in Burlington, Simon Pearce helps us redefine tablescapes, and more home decor-related news.
The Simon Pearce Mill in Quechee, Vermont.
Three new hand-blown hurricane lamps from Simon Pearce will add an elegant glow to your tablescape. Mix and match the sizes (fit for a two-by-three, three-by-three, or three-by-six pillar candle) along the spine of a table or embrace late summer by scattering them in small groupings on a patio or in the backyard. For those getting a head start on holiday shopping, this year’s charity ornament, the Chelsea Optic Drop, is also available. Twenty percent of the proceeds from its sale will benefit the foundation LoveYourBrain, started by the Pearce family after their youngest son, Kevin, suffered a traumatic head injury while snowboarding in 2009. 103 Newbury St., 617-450-8388
See what America’s top artisans have to offer at the Boston Design Center on September 12 and 13. At Ball and Buck’s two-day American Field market, between 10 am and 6 pm, you can browse booths of handcrafted goods from brands such as Brothers Artisan Oil, Fulton & Roark, Randolph, and Yuki Kawae. The Design Center continues to heat up the fall with its annual capstone event, the Boston Design Market, on October 7 and 8, where speakers and special guests will participate in panel discussions, product launches, and workshops. 1 Design Center Place, 617-449-5501
Hudson celebrates emerging female artists during its second annual Hudson Discovers event on September 24, which honors painter, entrepreneur, and pattern maker Pauline Curtiss. The Massachusetts native has garnered a loyal following with her eye-catching tabletop pieces, many of which draw inspiration from outdoor urban art. Hudson will sell an exclusive, limited-edition collection of Curtiss’s plates, serving bowls, and platters with hand-drawn black-ink patterns (including the fretwork plate, above, $30). Scoop up the embroidery bowl before it sells out. 5–7 pm. 12 Union Park St., 617-292-0900
Design gurus Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams continue their 26 years of home décor dominance with the opening of their new 9,000-squarefoot Signature Store in Burlington. For this fall, we have our eye on the Jere chandelier, the Hunter sofa in a calming spruce hue, and the stainless steel Vega cocktail table (left, $1,496). Bring your pooch and pick a bed for her that matches your own. Dog tested, owner approved. 22 Third Ave., Burlington
photography by Eric roth (bDc); paul SilvErStonE (platE); courtESy of Simon pEarcE (hurricanE lamp); courtESy mitchEll golD + bob WilliamS (vEga tablE
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