All those prone to impulse-buying useless (but beautiful!) objects to stick in your living room may want to steer clear of the top floor of Barneys—at least until April 25th, when the Wyeth pop-up heads back downtown. The Cut reports that the Soho vintage dealer has collaborated with Barneys to bring a collection of vintage home goods, from a 1950's Danish-designed wooden ice bucket to a $2,000 Swedish water pitcher to the department store's ninth level.
Along with decor, the lineup also features furniture, including a dining room table with six Hans Wegner chairs going for $24,000. If these prices seem absurd (the least expensive item available to purchase is this $300 moon-shaped ashtray) it's because Wyeth founder John Birch does not screw around with capital-D Design. In an interview with Barneys, he reveals what his own living space looks like: "My house is a pared down version of what we do in our stores. I have a few great Hans Wegner pieces (including a beloved leather Papa Bear chair for reading) and a big comfortable Edward Wormley sofa for watching TV." Goals, people.