It's human nature for something to feel that much more covetable, exciting, and alluring when you know it's exclusive. That's part of the draw of Soho House. If you've yet to hear mumblings about the popular spot, allow us to catch you up to speed. It's a private members' club and hotel with locations in major cities like London, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, designed for people working in creative fields.
Membership is selective and includes a rigorous application process that includes interviews, personal recommendations, and possibly time spent on a waitlist. If your membership is approved, you can expect annual membership fees that vary from around $1000 to $3000 a year depending on which house you belong to and what kind of membership you want.
Suffice it to say, it's no walk in the park to become a member, but once you're invited into the private club, you'll be privy to stunning interiors ideal for networking, working remotely, relaxing, and socializing.
However, if you're not able to swing a membership, you can still bring a taste of Soho House to your own home thanks to their home décor line inspired by the clubs' interiors. Aptly dubbed Soho Home, the collection has been available in the UK for the last three years and was launched in the U.S. in 2019.
"We started Soho Home because members always ask us where they can buy the things they see in the Houses," according to Nick Jones, the founder of Soho House & Co. "So we created a range to bring the House home, from the Chesterfield sofa you sit on at Soho House Chicago to the Barwell crystal you drink your Negroni from at 76 Dean Street," he continues.
Keep scrolling to shop the elegant furniture, textiles, tableware, and décor from Soho Home below (whether you're a member or not).
Inspired by a traditional Knole sofa originating in Kent in the 17th century, this modern version feels dramatic and chic thanks to a deep cherry velvet fabric and studded edges.
This wall mirror with a curved brass frame comes in a modern design inspired by vintage Italian pieces from the 1960s. If you've been to DUMBO House you may recognize the mirror from the bathrooms there.
Handcrafted from Murano glass, this pink chandelier feels romantic and whimsical. It would look striking hanging above a dining room table.
This square throw pillow would act as the perfect pop of color in any living room or sitting area. It's made of brushed linen fabric for a casual feel.
Another piece that might look familiar if you've been to the DUMBO House in Brooklyn, this hand-knotted rug features bold geometric shapes and rich colors like deep red, purple, pink, black, and gray. Style it in the living or dining room for a striking look.
A ceramic candlestick in a neutral cream shade is just what your tablescape is missing. Use it to spruce up any dining table with a touch of luxury.
This sophisticated wall light is made from Murano glass that's mouth-blown by artisans in Venice for an authentic, timeless piece. A pair of these would look stunning on either side of a sofa in the living room or on either side of a bed in the primary suite.
The term “Primary Suite” is now widely used to describe the largest bedroom in the home with an en suite bath, as it better reflects the space’s purpose. Many realtors, architects, interior designers, and the Real Estate Standards Association have recognized the potentially discriminatory connotations in the term “Master.” Read more about our Diversity and Inclusion Pledge.
Drape this mohair throw across your living room sofa or bedroom duvet for a warm and inviting layered look. The fringed edges feel relaxed and casual while the silver color goes with just about any existing décor.
This classic dining table was inspired by the ones styled inside Soho House Berlin. The table is large enough to seat eight people and is made with solid wild oak that's been treated with an antique finish. Dress it up with a textured table runner and modern china for your next dinner party.