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  • The Line’s new store looks more like someone’s home
  • The Line’s new store looks more like someone’s home
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The Line’s new store looks more like someone’s home

Browsing homeware stores can be a gruelling experience. But imagine if you were in a friend’s house and you could purchase the rug right from under your feet, or the coaster from under your mug. That’s the thought process between a new retail experience from The Line.

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