Thirty Years of Design & Innovation

Mitchell and Bob with Les Petite Seats

MADE HERE WITH PRIDE SINCE 1989

We have always supported groups and individuals advocating for civil rights and LGBTQ equality. We take PRIDE in being the only company in our industry to take this stand from the very beginning.

Mitchell and Bob with Les Petite Seats

MADE HERE WITH PRIDE SINCE 1989

We have always supported groups and individuals advocating for civil rights and LGBTQ equality. We take PRIDE in being the only company in our industry to take this stand from the very beginning.

we were disruptors
before it was a thing

We’ve been breaking barriers in our industry since 1989, from innovative product introductions to provocative ad campaigns. As we celebrate our 30th Anniversary, we’re taking a nostalgic look back, but also moving forward with new innovations to welcome the Spring season. We hope you'll join us.

From provocateurs
to the premier purveyors
of comfort and style

Check out a sampling of our ads to see how our style has evolved over the past 30 years. Some were risqué. Many featured Lulu, our beloved bulldog mascot. While others championed issues we’ve always felt strongly about, like equality and manufacturing in America. Click an ad to read more.

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To the Tastemakers

Mitchell and Bob’s eco-friendly US-made upholstery is a perfect fit for my design principles—sustainable, reusable, recyclable, and nontoxic—allowing me to create clean and comfortable homes for my clients without sacrificing style.

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Robin Wilson

Robin Wilson Home

To the Tastemakers

My first real sofa was by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. It was covered in a slubby soft greige linen and had a back as deep as a twin-size bed. It also had sumptuously proportioned rolled arms, and was filled with the most pillowy down I had ever sunk my body into.

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Whitney Robinson

Editor in Chief, Elle Décor

To the Tastemakers

After dozens of new collections, feature stories, and a few more dogs (looking at you Zola), I still swoon over the designs, cheeky names, and glossy paint at each market, and admire how they continue to sense where style is heading before it happens.

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Jill Waage

Editor in Chief, Traditional Home Magazine

Introducing

Les
Petite
Seats

Les Petite Seats

In celebration of our 30th Anniversary, we’re introducing something a little different: chic seats that let you play with scale, color, and pattern in a big way.

Mitchell and Bob on Les Petite Seats

“I love the way our new petite chairs allow you to have extra seating, and bring people closer together. They’re incredibly comfortable, even though they are smaller in scale.”

Mitchell Gold

“I love the way our new petite chairs allow you to have extra seating, and bring people closer together. They’re incredibly comfortable, even though they are smaller in scale.”

Mitchell Gold
Mitchell and Bob on Les Petite Seats

Introducing

Les Petite Seats

In celebration of our 30th Anniversary, we’re introducing something a little different: chic seats that let you play with scale, color, and pattern in a big way.

Mitchell and Bob on Les Petite Seats

“I love the way our new petite chairs allow you to have extra seating, and bring people closer together. They’re incredibly comfortable, even though they are smaller in scale.”

Mitchell Gold