Anthropologie Is Bringing This Iconic British Brand Stateside

The exclusive members-only club Soho House is Anthro's newest collab.
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An exclusive haven for artists, media gurus, and like-minded creatives, Soho House has been offering its private members sophisticated, design-focused urban sanctuaries, where they can to sip on pricey cocktails and relax, since the original House first opened in London over 20 years ago. While famed for their star-studded crowds, the clubs have also long been revered for their chic interiors—a fact that ultimately (and fairly recently) inspired Soho House’s interiors collection, Soho Home.

Now, thanks to Anthropologie, Americans can finally shop Soho Home, making them the first and only retailer to offer the interior brand’s pieces in the United States. Seeing that Anthropologie has a thing for collaborations that bring iconic British style to the States, their latest partnership may come as no surprise. Inspired by Soho House’s London roots, the lifestyle retailer will be selling 50 pieces from Soho Home’s collection that speak to the brand’s English sensibility. The just-launched collaboration, which features everything from crystal barware to velvet throw pillows, is now available online, as well as in-store at their Westport, CT location.


Many of Soho Home’s pieces not only pull from the brand’s overall style-focused state-of-mind, but are in fact inspired by actual pieces used in their House’s worldwide. “We created a range to bring the House home, from the Chesterfield sofa you sit on at Soho House Chicago to the Barwell crystal you drink your Negroni from at 76 Dean Street,” said founder Nick Jones.

Decidedly informed by the elegance of countryside living, Soho Home’s Whichford and Burleigh collections are just two of our favorite tableware lines that will be on display. Handmade by a family pottery just down the road from Soho House’s Oxfordshire farmhouse, Whichford focuses on the streamlined ease of striped stoneware, while the Victorina-influenced Burleigh collection offers a busier approach with strong black and white floral prints. Cushions, throws, glassware, and other home essentials are also available. Retail prices range from $8 for a small drinking glass to $400 for the cashmere blanket.


Hempton Enamelware Canister Set, $105


Country House Picnic Blanket, $180


Monroe Square Cushion, $75


Burleigh Collection: Felicity Sugar Bowl, $27 Felicity Tea Bag Dish, $15 Felicity Side Place, $17 Calico Teapot, $75

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Lydia Geisel

Home Editor

Lydia Geisel has been on the editorial team at Domino since 2017. Today, she writes and edits home and renovation stories, including house tours, before and afters, and DIYs, and leads our design news coverage. She lives in New York City.