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Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Unveils Fall 2017 Collection

image003Warmth, comfort and familiarity: It’s what makes a home your refuge and a welcoming place for family and friends to gather. This fall, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams introduces New Traditional: classic silhouettes reinvigorated with their modern take.

The collection brings cozy, textured fabrics and luxe velvets in richly saturated shades to enliven and soothe the senses. Forget imberline stripes, flame stitch and damask. Instead, the collection features designs with the same clean aesthetic for which MGBW is known for, enhanced with evocative elements to capture the essence of home in a way that is both timeless, and timely.

 

 

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This season, four popular frames have been turned into oversized media sofas: deep, chaise-like pieces that allow the whole family to pile on and enjoy a movie.

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The new Gunner collection features a sleek, linear frame that adds a distinctive, Euro-modern look to any space. Available as a sofa or swivel chairs.

 

 

 

 

 

One of the most exciting additions to the new collection is a series of reclining chairs in a range of silhouettes and design aesthetics to suit modern or traditional decors. The Jolene, Tilton and Felix (shown above L-R) are image013image015available in MGBW’s hundreds of fabric and leather options.

The entire Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Fall 2017 collection, including new furnishings, accessories and window treatments, will be available in stores August 17th. In celebration of the launch, all stores nationwide will also be hosting open house events on the 17th, where attendees can enter to win a $10,000 room makeover from MGBW Design and Trade Development Director, Andrew Terrat. To RSVP, click HERE. The entire collection can also be viewed online at www.mgbwhome.com

 

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Neiman Marcus Natick End-of-Season Consolidation Sale

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Ground Broken for New Middle School Building at Charles River School

Screen Shot 2017-07-14 at 8.33.49 AMCharles River School (CRS), an independent day school in the center of Dover, Mass for grades PreK – 8, recently broke ground on its new middle school building, and construction is in full swing! The new building will be home to grades 6 – 8 and the middle school Science Program, and will support the school’s progressive and innovative curriculum.

“We are a community that is passionate about learning, and that passion bas been evident in the community’s resounding enthusiasm for this project!” said Gretchen Larkin, Head of School, Charles River School. “The new space will increase opportunities for collaboration, hands-on learning, and enrich students’ academic experience. We are thrilled this building is becoming a reality, and awed by the pace at which this campaign has progressed.”

Screen Shot 2017-07-14 at 8.33.09 AMThe school embarked on a capital campaign to raise funds for this building and grow the school’s endowment just 10 months ago; the school’s ability to raise adequate funds to begin construction in that timeframe is unprecedented in the history of CRS.

The campaign received early and strong support from a number of families, including two of the largest one-time gifts the school has ever received. Since then, many alumni, past parents, faculty, and current families have pledged their support to this exciting initiative.

The middle school building will face Centre Street in Dover, across from Dover Town Hall, and enhance the town center with a beautiful façade and green space. The project was unanimously approved by the Town of Dover Planning Board in November 2016.

The building design will provide:

  • Increased space for sciences, mathematics, and world languages;
  • functional, flexible spaces for project and team-based learning;
  • and enhanced technological capabilities to better serve the middle school program.

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