Soho House is far more than an exclusive member’s-only club with a high-profile clientele. For us, the brand is all about impeccable interiors. It’s no wonder, though…the brand was literally born as a place for creatives to thrive. 

In 1995, founder Nick Jones was offered the space above his popular London restaurant, Café Boheme. He transformed the building’s townhouses into a private space for the restaurant’s regulars, a grouping of local artists and actors . The concept hoped to foster conversation and creativity, where members could connect, grow, have fun, and ultimately make an impact. Outposts opened across England, then across the pond to New York, and on and on. In fact, there are now 32 “Houses” across the globe, each thoughtfully designed in the Soho House signature style and with subtle nods to the locale via art, accessories, and furnishings.

In 2016, after decades of the same question—where can I get that?!—the team launched Soho Home, a home goods brand that would allow members (and non-members alike!) to “bring the house home.” Whether it’s the supple leather Chesterfield sofa from Soho House Chicago, the artisanal glassware serving up cocktails in Barcelona, or the cozy linen bedding from Somerset, Soho Home gives everyone access to the effortless aesthetic the brand has carefully crafted. 

Their new collection is playful and organic, with pieces inspired by their latest location: Soho House Nashville. Perched in the city’s art hub, the space blends industrial European elements with Bauhaus-esque geometric patterns. Naturally, it also is heavy on the area’s musical history—in addition to the pool, health club, and screening room, the 47-room property has three indoor and outdoor performance spaces. 

In the slideshow, virtually step inside the new Nashville location before diving into the world of Soho Home. We’ve even handpicked a few favorites to add to make your shopping list easy.