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One Kings Lane is making a splash in Southampton and SoHo this summer

Since opening last summer, One Kings Lane in Southampton continues to offer chic home accessories and contemporary furnishings for the beach set, providing home-obsessed clients with inspiration to add a little graphic punch, or to completely redo their rooms.

Since launching in 2009, One Kings Lane has proven itself to be a design mecca for shoppers. Though the 3,500-square-foot Southampton store opened originally as a seasonal pop-up shop, ahead of its two-year anniversary it has become a successful brick-and-morter addition to the local scene. This summer there is a full slate of special appearances and in-store events planned.

Photography Courtesy of One King’s Lane

Photography Courtesy of One King’s Lane

With brands like Juliska, Ralph Lauren Home, Kate Spade New York, and Bunny Williams Home, One Kings Lane incorporates bohemian-chic styles, vibrant patterns and quirky accents in bright blues and crisp whites, perfect for that beachy vibe. To set themselves apart from the rest of the East End home boutiques, One Kings Lane also features an eclectic selection of one-of-a-kind vintage pieces ranging from furniture to accessories. For inspiration, check out the colorful surfboards hanging on the walls or the ornate bubble and rope artwork adorning the ceiling.

As the brand continues to grow, they are gearing up for the fall opening of their New York City flagship store in SoHo. Housed in a 200-year-old Federal-style building that was originally built as a residence, it now boasts a glass addition and 3,500-square-feet of retail space. “Our first shop, which opened in Southampton last summer, set the tone for this new store, and future stores to come,” says president Debbie Propst. “It was important to us to find the right space—one that has deep roots in the local community and provides the perfect backdrop for the storytelling we do around our product.”

Photography Courtesy of One King’s Lane