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6 at Spring St.; N, R at Prince St.
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This venue is closed.
After two years as a catalogue and web-based business, Brocade Home opened its first brick-and-mortar location in spring 2009, taking over the same Soho space where it once ran a holiday pop-up shop. The space looks like a chic loft apartment, with sconces adorning the walls, elaborate carved headboards topping the beds, and crystal chandeliers hanging above. Linens are covered in curving lines and vintage brocade prints, and many duvets are made of cotton rather than the higher-priced silk. Cabinets and storage pieces feature lacelike cutouts, which are also common on glossy wooden chairs and wall art. Intricate wood patterns frame the mirrors, and the company also sells brocade-print wallpaper.
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