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Publication Date: 2019-08-13

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Stylish Design Ideas Featuring Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

Celebrating 30 years in the design industry in 2019, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams is known for chic, up-to-date products for homes of all types. To show the diversity of the pieces, we asked some of our favorite designers for examples of how they've used chairs, sofas, cocktail tables, consoles, and more from the home furnishings brand in their recent work. Browse a dozen unique rooms for a bit of inspiration when you're designing your next spaces, and be sure to check out all the unique seating and tables that the brand has to offer.

Photo: Michael Kaskel

Phillip Harrison Interior + Design used a pair of Avery Chairs upholstered in Cruz Pewter with chrome bases to complete a living room conversation area. Against the wall, a pair of Ming Storage Chests complement the white fireplace.

Photo: Michael J. Lee

This beautifully curated seating area by Robin Gannon Interiors features the Ringo Pull-Up Table as well as a mix of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams pillows.

Photo: Aaron Thompson; Contractor: Sciame Homes

Scott Yetman Design mixed crisp whites and greens for this living room, incorporating a duo of Hunter Long Slipcovered Sofas to perfect the look.

Photo: Nick Glimenakis

For this sprawling West Village apartment, Art Home Garden selected the multi-level Bassey Nesting Cocktail Table as the central point in the seating area of the living room. 

Photo: Raquel Langworthy Photography

For this contemporary kitchen island, Abaca Interiors used a series of Gage Counter Stools in a black Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams leather in the front and an Edelman hide in the back.

Photo: Raquel Langworthy Photography

In the same home's living room, the Abaca Interiors team covered a pair of Nico Swivel Chairs in a vibrant Groundworks fabric. 

Photo: Joshua McHugh

Frampton Co used a group of Cameron Dining Side Chairs upholstered in a rose-colored fabric to add some additional color to this pied-à-terre kitchen in New York's Sutton Place neighborhood.

Photo: Jason Jorgensen

The minimalist River Stone Cocktail Table adds a reflective, glossy touch to this living room by Payton Addison Interior Design Atelier.

Photo: David Duncan Livingston

Kimberley Harrison Interiors completed a colorful living room seating area with a pair of Major Chairs in leather.

Photo: Amy Bartlam

The sleek, geometric Ming Console Table livens up this entryway by D2 Interiors.

In this elegant penthouse design by Studio M Interiors - Claudia Martin, a pair of Cooper Chairs sit against a stunning skyline view of Chicago.

Photo: Michael Partenio

The Jean Luc Sectional is the centerpiece of this high-rise apartment's living room seating area, designed by Rachel Reider Interiors.


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