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Londoners have enjoyed designer Cath Kidston's retro fabrics and housewares since 1995, but her offerings didn't cross the pond—or grow into an international lifestyle brand—until the 2005 opening of her first U.S. store. The Soho boutique is a lofted, white-washed, and whimsical cavalcade of 60s-inspired style, stocking a wealth of pieces for the kitchen, bed, bath, and for children. An oversized patchwork Union Jack greets customers upon entering the homey space, and a bounty of colorful wares is tucked amidst countless shelves, nooks and crannies. Organized by room—kitchen, boudoir, and W.C—are kitchenware and bowls, plus floral flatware, dishes and cups. In bedding, browse 100% cotton sheets in fun patterns like 'bleached summer blossom'; the patterns are also available in towels, robes, bags and beachwear. And if there's anything missing, Kidston retails her fabrics by the yard. Complete coordination is only stitches away.
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