Gild Assembly Opens Spring Pop-Up Shop

Chicago-based interior design firm and member of the River North Design District, (RNDD), Studio Gild will be bringing its Bucktown home accessories gallery, Gild Assembly, to Lincoln Park for a two-week spring pop-up shop.

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From the latest tomes on art and style, to tabletop accessories made with the finest craftsmanship, visitors to the pop-up shop will find a well-curated collection of art, accessories and furniture from Gild Assembly’s favorite artisans and collections, some of which will be marked down.

Tablewares from Felt + Fat, glass and wood vessels from Utopia & Utility, curios from Skultuna and accessories from Garth Roberts, will sit amongst furnishings from some of Gild Assembly’s favorite artisans.

Featured art includes framed drawings from Chicago-based Michael McGuire and works from local photographer Erika Dufour. In addition to this assemblage, the pop-up will host several events and feature items from other Chicago-based businesses throughout the shop’s duration, such as perfectly tailored t-shirts from 143 Tees, a finely-edited collection of vintage jewelry from Ladybug Vintage and an assortment of pillows and throws from SOLID + PATTERN.

A portion of proceeds from the pop-up’s sales will benefit Gild Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to raising funds for Bettering, Empowering and Improving the lives of others.
Mark your calendars!
Friday, March 31 – Saturday, April 15
11 am – 5 pm
1211 W. Webster, Chicago

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