Guild Founders Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch have introduced a groundbreaking vision for luxury home furnishings that are deeply connected to nature, culture, and community. Their unique furniture store, Roman and Williams Guild, opened its doors in December 2017, offering a curated selection of high-quality furniture, lighting, and accessories for the home. As award-winning designers, they have established themselves as visionaries, crafting heirloom pieces that are made to last for generations.

Each piece in the Roman and Williams Guild collection has a story, with construction quality that is uncompromising and champions natural materials. Their dedication to master craftsmen and artisans who employ ancient techniques and methods ensures the longevity and repairability of their furniture and lighting designs. Committed to quality, beauty, and endurance, the Guild is a modern-day haven for those who appreciate timeless design and masterful craftsmanship. In addition to their exquisite home furnishings, the store also houses La Mercerie, offering French cuisine by Chef Marie-Aude Rose, making it a complete sensory experience for visitors.

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