One Kings Lane To Open Boston Store

One Kings Lane, the digitally-driven home retailer owned by Bed Bath & Beyond, will expand its physical retail footprint with a third location on October 17.

The newest shop, located at 25 Thomson Place in Fort Point, adjacent to Boston’s Seaport District, follows the brand’s flagship opening last fall in Soho and the decision to turn their first seasonal shop in Southampton, NY, into a permanent retail location.

One Kings Lane Boston will open in a 3,500 square foot space on Thomson Place, a growing retail destination in Fort Point, which is a neighborhood known for its innovative design culture. The shop has a three-part foundation: a localized assortment, featuring products curated to fit the aesthetic of the neighborhood; a diverse style and price point mix with a range of brands, the exclusive One Kings Lane Collection, vintage and antiques, and one-of-a-kind pieces, including handmade art; and professional interior design services.

Customers will also be able to shop the brand’s full online assortment with help from in-store design advisers, including items available only online and the brand’s upholstered furniture customization, Palette by One Kings Lane.

“We are proud and excited to bring One Kings Lane to Boston as part of our continued retail expansion strategy. This announcement builds upon the incredible customer feedback we received regarding our first two shops in New York. As a brand with a decade’s worth of customer data, we know that we have a dedicated base of customers in the Massachusetts and greater New England areas, and we can’t wait to start engaging with them in person come fall,” said Debbie Propst, president of One Kings Lane. “Finding spaces that are representative of our aesthetic and have roots in the local community has always been a priority for us. Fort Point and the Seaport’s mix of historical warehouses with modern architecture, access to customers, as well as its energetic and creative spirit makes it the perfect place for us to call home in Boston.”