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Heal’s and Made.com set for Mailbox

Heals Matera SofaHeal’s and Made.com will be among the interiors retailers to open at Birmingham shopping centre Mailbox.

The centre is opening a 20,000sqft homewares section. The location will be the first Midlands stores for Heal’s and Made.com.
Among others joining them will be BoConcept, Calligaris and lighting retailer iLite.
‘Our Mailbox showroom will offer the finest in furniture design from Heal’s as well as internationally recognised designers and brands. The shop itself will be a unique retail space that will bring the best of our online offering to Birmingham,’ said Hamish Mansbridge, Heal’s ceo
‘Birmingham is now recognised as one of the top shopping destinations in the UK, so Birmingham City Centre and the Mailbox are the perfect platform for Heal’s to promote its premium retail offering within a hugely popular lifestyle location which is well accessible to the wider Midlands region and its incoming visitors.’
Annabel Kilner, Made.com commercial director said: ‘Having seen great promise from the Made.com Birmingham pop-up, we are delighted with 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.’
‘We know that our customers are interested in high end contemporary furniture and accessories, and Homewares at the Mailbox will be a must-visit destination for both aspirational and accessible brands. We’re delighted to be welcoming two real interiors heavyweights in Heal’s and Made.com, alongside a host of other brands, as we launch this new offering,’ said Simon Samuels, Partner at Brockton Capital, joint owner of the Mailbox with Milligan.