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You're going to get what makes a neutral palette so stunning in a tour through the light-filled new accessories store.
When Robert Quinnell and David Keeler opened their design shop Provide in Crosstown eight years ago, it was still a burgeoning district. Despite their success in that still-quiet part of town, the couple have moved their store into the now-buzzing Armoury District, into the former Mint Interiors space next to East India Carpets. Their old shop was a favourite of ours here at Western Living, so we took a tour of their new spot—and it’s just as beautiful.