Nordstrom's First-Ever Home Store Is Now Open in NYC

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Big day for Nordstrom shoppers and interior design lovers alike: The beloved department store is debuting its redefined home offerings with the opening of its first-ever home shop in New York City.

The two-story retail experience at Nordstrom’s NYC flagship store—located at 225 West 57th Street—includes an extensive selection of home goods. It offers items from both established, emerging, and local brands. Whether you’re in the market for stoneware from Staub, candles from Otherland, or decor from the MoMA Design Store, this location has it all. The shop even features kitchenware brand Great Jones’s first-ever physical retail experience. Other brands you can expect to see include The Citizenry, Le Creuset, Goodee, Dyson, Casper, Boll & Branch, Bearaby, and more.

Photo credit: CONNIE ZHOU
Photo credit: CONNIE ZHOU

“We wanted to create a style-focused destination for the home by bringing together the best brands out there,” Olivia Kim, VP of creative projects at Nordstrom, said in a press release. “We hope that Nordstrom Home will spark a sense of discovery as our customers uncover new brands amongst some of the ones they know and love.”

Photo credit: CONNIE ZHOU
Photo credit: CONNIE ZHOU

Nordstrom Home’s kitchenware, tabletop finds, home textiles, and decor aren’t limited to its NYC experience, either. The concept will be available at Nordstrom stores nationwide and online at Nordstrom.com/home. So if you aren't in or around the city and don't have a trip planned anytime soon, you can immediately dive into some online shopping in the meantime!

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