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Businiess name:  Good
Review by:  holly b.
Review content: 
Whenever I'm on Charles Street in Beacon Hill, I visit Good. A tiny retail space with beautiful nature-inspired wares for the home, Good is a delightful boutique with the sweetest sales staff and lovely home accessories, including a sea urchin votive holder, a new love of mine that I quickly purchased, along with a beautiful Japanese kiriwood coaster. I scooped up a large coaster to place beneath the urchin and together, they create organic intimate beauty on my bedside table. Once illuminated, the ceramic urchin is aglow with light jutting out of tiny holes, relaxing and simply exquisite. Good also features other tealight holders, jewelry (the adina collection is beautiful), john derian goodies, flatware, lighting... and so many other things that you'll be surprised that a store this small offers so much without feeling cluttered. If you are not in Boston, you can also shop Good online, they have e-commerce.

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