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photo by Cody Guilfoyle

An iconic style destination just got even better. Partnering with Domino editors to curate an environment within the newly renovated home and children’s department on the ninth floor of its Madison Avenue flagship, Barneys is fully stepping into the world of interiors and making home shopping even easier.

The space is filled with open shelving, refreshingly modern home vignettes, elegantly styled dining arrangements, and a wide array of art books, accent pieces, bedding, and furniture. It will also be home to an assortment of pop-up installations, including a display by renowned interior designer Ryan Korban, which will run from November 6 through the end of the month.

photo by Cody Guilfoyle. Wallpaper by Schumacher.

With 360-degree displays that make inventory more accessible to shoppers, Barneys aims to make shopping for the home a simplified yet inspired venture. “We really want to make our customers feel like this is their stop to experience products in a totally different atmosphere,” says Amy Kolker, Barneys’ vice president of visual merchanising. “We wanted to create this world so it felt exciting.”


The selection of home goods includes linens from Swedish luxury brand Magniberg, cheeky accent furniture from Gufram, iconic dinnerware from Hermès, and more; while the children’s department offers refined picks from Gucci, Moncler, Neil Barrett, and other high-quality, high-fashion options.

photo by Cody Guilfoyle

In addition to the Madison Avenue flagship, products will be offered in select Barneys New York stores as well as barneys.comso no matter where you are, you can transform your space with some of the most luxurious, beautiful items that give your home a handsome touch.

photo by Cody Guilfoyle