These luxury homeware stores are launching in Mailbox

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Looking to add a little luxury to your home? Then you may want to take a trip to the Mailbox.

The city’s premier shopping and lifestyle destination has announced that two leading interior stores are set to open this autumn as a part of the new 20,000 sq ft homeware section on Level 1. Heal’s and MADE.COM will open as the leading stores in the Design Quarter, offering luxurious homeware and lifestyle products to customers.

Opening for the first time in the Midlands in its 200 year history, Heal’s is known for its furniture, lighting, decorative accessories and kitchenware, as well as its careful edit of some of the world’s most iconic furniture and lifestyle brands including Case and Tom Dixon.

After launching in 2010, MADE.COM offers thoughtfully designed, timeless and versatile products. With collections created to outlive trends and evolve with the consumer’s changing style, MADE.COM brings high-end lifestyle design to everyone at a fair price.

Credit: MADE.COM

Simon Samuels, Partner at Brockton Capital, joint owners of the Mailbox with Milligan, said: “We know that our customers are interested in high-end contemporary furniture and accessories, and Homewares at the Mailbox will be a must-visit destination for both aspirational and accessible brands.”

The new homeware section at Mailbox will complement existing stores including Kitchen Gallery SieMatic, Castle Fine Art and Fine & Country. Lighting specialist iLite is also set to open this autumn and will stock luxurious brands including Swarovski, Foscarini, Masiero, Diesel, Flos and Schonbek.

MADE.COM and Heal’s will be joined by a selection of other homewares, furnishings and accessories retailers including Danish brand BoConcept and Italian smart design experts, Calligaris, famous for giving design lovers the opportunity to create bespoke pieces of stylish, practical furniture since 1923.

Watch this space for future announcements or click here to find out more!

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