CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. — The briny fog and spastic downpours aside, nothing could truly rain on Sigrid Olsen’s parade as she opened her first store in this affluent Boston suburb on Friday.
Olsen came hours early to inspect the 2,000-square-foot door at the Mall at Chestnut Hill. She meandered through, delighting in the gouged-oak shelving and the “found objects” — a Chinese rice basket filled with dried lavender, a teak chair — that provide a rustic foil for her collections. Yet, there’s modernity, as well, in squared, chunky tables and white, bleached-oak floors that mirror the ones in Olsen’s home.
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