The Man In The Brooks Brothers Home

by Christian

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Brooks Brothers’ iconic buttondown shirt inspired a piece of literature — Mary McCarthy’s 1947 story “The Man In The Brooks Brothers Shirt” — but the brand also offers items to ensure your home is equally well dressed.

Tucked away in a corner of the women’s floor at Brooks’ Madison Avenue flagship (in fact, right next to the ladies’ powder room), is a selection of mostly masculine pictures on the wall:

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While nearby are lamp shades and throw pillows in the same regimental stripes as the neckties Brooks has made for eons:

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Also nearby are bed linens inspired by shirting fabrics:

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On BB’s website, items for the home include this $500 limited edition football print:

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 There are other high-end items, including these Audobon crystal glasses at $498 for a set of four:

404F_AS-SHOWNIn contrast, this Pendleton blanket is on sale for a mere $89:

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And these burgundy bath towels are on sale for a reasonable $24 and feature herringbone detailing:

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So far, alas, the company has yet to put its patchwork chairs into production:

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