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Our New Providence Showroom

Our New Providence Showroom

Providence, Rhode Island, has a magnetic pull that has always drawn us both back time and again. It’s where we’ve chosen to build our lives, where we’ve found inspiration, and where we proudly call home.

It's a city where the vibrant energy of its universities—Brown University, Rhode Island School of Design, and Johnson & Wales University—mixes seamlessly with the comforting charm of a small town. Each neighborhood here has its own unique character, reflecting the city's rich cultural history and creative spirit. What we love most is the balance it offers for us: bustling cities like Boston and New York are within easy reach, while serene coastlines in South County and Little Compton/Newport provide the perfect soulful escape.

Recently, we opened a showroom/studio in Providence's Jewelry District. Our new space is housed in a historic 1825 brick Federal Style house where historical elegance resonates with our own classic style, and the neighborhood's vibrant atmosphere mirrors our creative spirit. Amidst artist studios, trendy eateries, and groundbreaking research centers that were formerly abandoned mill buildings, we've found the perfect backdrop for our work.

We love how the studio provides something entirely unique for visitors. In fact, those who come by often say it feels like “stepping into an atelier in Milan.” It's quite old school in its approach, and it gives us just the right space to host pop ups, have parties and spend time with our customers.

The vibe and decor all go back to our philosophy at Bela Monde: constantly evolving, constantly seeking new ideas, and grounded in all the lessons learned along the way. It’s what we celebrate everyday…and what we hope to impart to you as you join us on this journey.

 Here are some of our secret haunts around Providence:

Where to Stay: The Beatrice, The Dean Hotel

Where to Eat: New Rivers, Tea in Sahara, Nicks on Broadway

Cocktail Hour: Clementine, The Tiny Bar

Coffee Time: Rise n’ Shine, Ceremony

What to Do: Visit the largest wooden Japanese Buddha sculpture in the US/ RISD Museum; One of the oldest libraries in the country/ The Providence Atheneum/ Catch a performance at The Wilbury Theatre Group: It is known for its experimental theater and its annual fringe festival. And take time to go to the beach!


Come by and see us at 137 Chestnut Street, Providence, RI 02903 to experience Bela Monde in real life. We would love to meet you!


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