Heal's and Made.com now open at The Mailbox
For Heal’s, the store is its first opening in the Midlands in its 200-year history. As well as furniture, the store stocks a range of lighting, decorative accessories and kitchenware with brands such as Case and Tom Dixon.
Hamish Mansbridge, chief executive at Heal’s, said: “This is an incredibly exciting opportunity for Heal’s, giving us a new regional flagship store in the Midlands.
“Building on the success of our store at the Redbrick complex in Yorkshire, our Mailbox showroom offers the finest in furniture design from Heal’s, as well as internationally recognised designers and brands. The shop itself is a unique retail space that brings the best of our online offering to Birmingham.”
Meanwhile, furniture retailer Made.com has also opened its first Midlands store at The Mailbox.
Annabel Kilner, commercial director at Made.com, added: “Having seen great promise from the Made.com Birmingham pop-up, we are delighted to open our showroom in the Mailbox. Birmingham is an important city for Made.com and we're keen to see the impact the bigger location will have on sales.”
The brands will be joined by a collection of other homewares, furnishings and accessory retailers including BoConcept, Wesley Barrell, Calligaris and The Design Quarter.
In addition, lighting specialist iLite is set to open in The Mailbox this autumn.
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 is a must-visit destination for both aspirational and accessible brands. We’re delighted to officially open the doors today to two real interiors heavyweights in Heal’s and Made.com, alongside a host of other brands.”
The Mailbox is home to a 45,000 square foot Harvey Nichols store, fashion retailers Paul Smith, BOSS, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein Underwear, Armani Collezioni, Daniel Footwear, L.K. Bennett and Gieves & Hawkes, as well as Ribble Cycle’s first ever flagship showroom.
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