Brooks Brothers Expands Home Decor Collection
Last fall Brooks Brothers launched their home collection starting with sheets and pillows. Now the line has expanded to include tabletop and lampshades. The lampshades are constructed of fabrics used to make Brooks Brothers clothing including pinstripe wool, cotton oxford cloth and silk tie fabric. The chandelier shades start at $88.
Th brand's tabletop selections run the gamut from chopsticks and other lacquerware and Japanese porcelain to china decorated with John James Audubon's bird paintings. The limited edition dessert plates, signed and numbered on the bottom, are limited to 250 and cost $328 for a set of four. The line is part of a parternship with the National Audubon Society that also includes a crystal decanter and glasses engraved with renderings of selections from Birds of America.
The brand is also dipping its toes into the art world, selling a series of four lithographs reproduced from Paul Brown's original drawings of sporting scenes. They feature copper engraving lithography, and area a limited edition of 150. Each lithograph includes a certificate of authenticity and the Brooks Brothers Golden Fleece chop mark. The pieces are framed in dark mahogany and sell for $500 each.
[via Home Accents Today]