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Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams’s Second Area Store to Open Friday in Tysons Galleria

The founders will appear at the store’s June opening party.

A rendering of the new store in Tysons Galleria. Rendering courtesy of Gold + Williams.

Back in March, we got word that luxe furniture store Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams had plans to open a showroom in Tysons, adding a second location to go along with the brand’s first store in Logan Circle. Now, it’s finally happening: The company announced yesterday that its new 10,000-square-foot flagship “signature” store opens doors on Friday in Tysons Galleria.

“Tysons Galleria is one of the most prestigious shopping destinations in the region, we could not be more excited,” said Mitchell Gold in a press release. “In response to the enormous success of our DC store, we felt it was important for our brand to expand to the outlying suburban area of Fairfax County—a region Time magazine refers to as ‘one of the great economic success stories of our time’. We’re looking forward to enhancing our style leadership position in this vibrant, sophisticated suburban market and presenting our brand in a big way.”

“Being able to secure a location in the Tysons Galleria is like getting accepted to the finest Ivy League university in the country,” he continued. Interesting comparison, perhaps, but we’re glad he’s excited. The new store will be designed with the company’s hallmark clean, modern style, including white walls and floors, bright modular lighting, and furniture displays created by Gold and Williams themselves.

The founding duo will appear at Tysons Galleria on June 12 to toast the grand opening of the new store and their recent 25th anniversary. Want to know more about the brand? Check out our chat with the pair.

Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. Tysons Galleria level three, McLean. Grand opening party, June 12, 6 to 9 PM. RSVP to or 703-962-9310.

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