Brooklyn home decor retailer Burlington sells ‘burly’ home decor

Brooklyn home décor retailer Burbridge Homes sells “burly” home decor products, which the company describes as “the ultimate in luxurious, luxurious furniture.”

The company, which opened its first retail outlet in Brooklyn in May, describes its line of “burlesque” furniture, which features “the best in Burlesque, Burlesqueness and Burly.”

“We’ve been creating beautiful, modern home déclosures for over a decade, but we’ve always found it necessary to create an affordable, beautiful, and luxurious experience for our clients,” Burbridge CEO Mark Pritchard told Vice.

“We believe that our brand, Burlington Home, is the perfect blend of the past, present, and future.”

The home decor company’s website describes its furniture as “designed for a home, but for anyone with a wide range of interests, needs, and budgets.”

“The Burlington family has been providing home decor services since 1997,” the company wrote in a statement.

“The passion, love, and attention to detail in every piece is unparalleled.”

“Burlington Home is proud to offer our customers a wide selection of Burlesques, Burleysqueness, Burliesque, and Burlesquer furniture,” the statement continued.

“Whether it’s a classic burlesque house or a modern, contemporary, or contemporary room, we have something for every occasion.”

The retailer also lists “a very strong emphasis on quality and durability,” with “over 90% of the furniture we offer being made with recycled materials, and all our furniture is manufactured to the highest standards.”

The Brooklyn store is also offering “home décor” subscriptions, with $75 for a calendar and $250 for a “living room” subscription.

“It is our mission to provide a complete selection of unique, affordable and stylish home déc, as well as the highest quality furniture that will complement your home, and you can choose from an array of options,” the Burlington spokesperson said.

The company said it currently has more than 3,000 customers and has been selling furniture at its stores for about five years.