Kate Spade’s New Furniture Collection Is Perfect for Preppy Girls
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Kate Spade’s New Furniture Collection Is Perfect for Preppy Girls

Kate Spade’s bags, clothing and shoes are already a preppy girl’s dream, so imagine what their new lifestyle and home decor line is like. It’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s meets Betty Draper meets every preppy lifestyle blog you’ve ever met. Basically, it’s perfection. Not to mention, any company that’s made, “Eat Cake for Breakfast” one of their main tag lines is good in our book. The brand announced, much to Pinterest’s delight, that they would be expanding into furniture last fall. The full collection of 325 pieces is available now on katespade.com, and they’ve opened their first ever furniture pop-up store in New York’s SoHo.

Upon walking in, you’ll feel right at home — if your home was stunningly decked out and you had three living rooms. The bigger furniture items aren’t exactly the most budget friendly (well, maybe for a certain kind of budget), but most of the kitchen utensils, desk accessories, chinaware and rugs are very reasonably priced.

If you can afford some of the bigger items, this hand-painted, polka dot desk would be our pick. If you want to keep the polka dot theme going, check out the matching dishes and tea kettle to dress up your kitchen. Some of this dining ware is so darn cute, it might just spark some extra creativity in the kitchen!

There are also quite a few pieces in the collection that Blair Waldorf would feel right at home with. Take this pink armchair as a prime example. Appropriately, the pop-up shop is also pup friendly. With their appealing designs, clever campaigns featuring Anna Kendrick and smart social media strategies, we’re sure Kate Spade’s latest pop-up shop will be a total hit.

Check out the rest of our tour below!

The Kate Spade Home pop-up is only around till May 31, so if you happen to be in Manhattan, be sure to check it out!

What do you think of the new Kate Spade furniture line? Tell us @BritandCo!

(Photos via Meredith Lepore)