The year-old custom home furnishings company Bespoke Global will open its first brick-and-mortar shop today in Southampton. The company, launched by Gwen Carlton and Pippa McArdle, pictured below, brings the work of artisans and craftspeople around the world to the designers and consumers.
The shop, open through Labor Day at 46 Jobs Lane, will rotate the work of internationally celebrated artisans, with merchandise ranging from a $50 custom cupcake stand by Martha Grover to a $42,000 brass-and-stainless-steel dresser, pictured below, by English designer Paul Kelley.
Exclusive products, including the new Be:Sotted collection of investment pieces, will be interspersed with a curated selection of summer accessories intended for entertaining and ideal for hostess gifts.
A handmade pillow by Lost City Arts
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