BR Home: A New Line of Furniture & Goods for the Stylish Dwelling

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Above: An elegant living space outfitted in statement pieces from BR Home.

A stylish new entry in the home goods space from Banana Republic, BR Home features of-the-moment living room, dining room, and bedroom furniture as well as lighting and home décor. Banana Republic began expanding into home categories with ART by Banana Republic last year and beddings, rugs, and décor in March. This month, the brand launched BR Home, which includes home furniture and furnishings.

The BR Home collection showcases globally inspired materials and craftsmanship by distinctive makers and artisans, and features a tightly edited palette of coordinating shades found in nature. Materials include French oak, marble, brass, cotton cashmere, and organic cotton sourced from around the world.

Three key throughlines representing individual aesthetics are designed to coexist together for modern living:  Textured Modern offers a blend of the classic and contemporary and features clean lines, smooth finishes, mixed materials, and minimalist aesthetics. The Classic Chic collection combines traditional forms with signature shapes and finishes that echo the past. Explore is rooted in global influences that capture the essence of global artisanal craftsmanship and embroideries.

Two new BR Home pop-up stores opened earlier this month— one in New York City and one in Los Angeles.

Here’s a collection of favorites from the collection:

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Above: The sleek and low-slung Como Sofa is available in several different sizes; prices start at $2,995.

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Above: The Noah Pendant Light is made of sheets of hand-hammered, curved aluminum sheets with a bronze finish on one side and an antique gold finish on the underside; prices start at $850.

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Above: The 96-inch-long Hudson Table is made from cracked oak with rich grain texture; three finishes are available—natural, brown, and black; prices start at $2,950.

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Above: The Asilah Rug is hand-knotted by artisans in the Middle Atlas Mountains of Morocco; prices start at $4,295.

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Above: The Eze Pedestal features elemental geometric shapes; $395.
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Above: The low-slung Pierre Daybed features a wood frame and is available in a range of upholstery options; prices start at $2,850.