Innovative use of materials, superior craftsmanship, great style
A stylist and a sculptor respectively, Molly FitzSimons and Christopher Moore founded Noble Goods in 2012.
Christopher Moore approaches design with reckless curiosity combined with careful craftsmanship and a deep respect for the physical world. He holds an MFA in sculpture from Rhode Island School of Design, and has been making things with his hands since he was a kid. He’s a master of materials, including concrete, wood, leather, metal, and cast plastics. He started Noble Goods because he believes that the best you can do is to do what you love.
Molly FitzSimons is a props and interiors stylist with an eye for the small details that bring inspiration to everyday life. She honed her skills as a Style Editor at Martha Stewart Living and Home Merchandizing Manager at Anthropologie, as well as a lifetime of choosing wall colors and rearranging furniture as a hobby. She started Noble Goods because she believes a beautiful object, well-placed, can inspire great things.
What’s so Noble about our Goods?
We know that owning a fancy cheese board or coffee table isn’t going to change the world, but we still like to own them (and make them). To help bridge that divide, we donate a percentage of our annual profits to Habitat for Humanity, a charity that provides decent, affordable homes to people who need them, around the world.
Noble Goods uses the most environmentally friendly resin available. Developed by surfers, it uses bioderived materials such as pine oils (sourced from wood pulp processing) and vegetable oil components (sourced from bio-fuel processing) instead of petroleum-based chemicals.
Our Monster Island Tables and Shelves are made from locally salvaged wood. All of our cherry wood is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, which means it is grown and harvested in a sustainable way. Our goal is to use only locally sourced or FSC certified wood. To that end, we are always on the lookout for conscientious lumber sources.