Mill 77 Exchange is a personal favorite of mine for home decor. Their neutral aesthetic goes perfectly with many styles and their prices are affordable. They are also a local, family-owned business, which I love to support. Recently, I visited both their Lynnfield location (at MarketStreet) and their larger, flagship location in North Hampton, New Hampshire.
Their Lynnfield location is already decorated for the holidays, so all of the photos shown with holiday products were taken in Lynnfield and all of the photos shown without are from North Hampton. Though you can expect a holiday decor explosion in North Hampton leading up to their Holiday Vintage Marketplace, held Thursday, November 10-13, 2022.
The story of how Mill 77 Exchange got started is an inspiring one. In 2010, husband and wife, Gary and Julie Bergeron, both lost their corporate jobs and had to make some hard choices. After downsizing from their family home to a small apartment they began to sell a lot of their personal furniture–much of which they had refinished as a hobby. They also sold their car, and took out a $500 loan from their family to fund the start of Mill 77 Trading Company. Since then they’ve come a long way, outgrowing 2 locations, and rebranding from Mill 77 Trading Company to Mill 77 Exchange. Now, in addition to thriving stores in both Lynnfield and North Hampton, NH, they also have a store at Derby Street in Hingham and a new online shop! They both still work at Mill 77 Exchange and employ many of their children and grandchildren.
Each store sells high quality furniture and larger home decor pieces that are either handmade in their Newburyport workshop or sourced from makers within the USA. They also make many of the beautiful wooden signs, chalkboards and charcuterie boards in-house.
In addition to the furniture, Mill 77 Exchange is also well-known for their curated assortment of small decorative items and gifts.
My personal favorites are their wooden photo frames (I have these all over my house) and their white vases and plant pots (proud owner of close to a dozen of these too!). And for the holidays, I can’t pass up their white ceramic trees. I group these together on my mantle for a classic holiday look.
The Mill 77 team agrees that the trees are a popular holiday seller, along with the oversized ornaments and bells. When I stopped by the stores they also pointed out some great teacher gifts like the candles, painted signs and unique handbags.
Check out Mill 77’s holiday gifts and more at mill77.com/shop, or in store at 125 Market Street, Lynnfield (open Sunday-Wednesday from 10am-6pm and Thursday-Saturday from 10am-8pm) or at 35 Lafayette Road, North Hampton, NH (open daily from 10am-6pm).
Follow along with Mill 77 Exchange @mill77exchange and @mill77exchangelynnfield on Instagram as well as @mill77 on Facebook. Don’t miss their Holiday Vintage Marketplace in North Hampton (event details here) where they will have sweet treats, pop-up vendors, raffles, and unique holiday gifts and decor to blow your minds (November 10-13)! And join them in Lynnfield for a Holiday Open House on Saturday, November 19, from 10am-2pm.
This post is sponsored by Mill 77 Exchange but the opinions expressed are my own.