Prices are decent, and the odds that you'll be pleased with your purchase are even better. Considering the expertly-edited feel of the merchandise, we find it gratifying that Burch and Lin did not just set out to foist their excellent taste on people with money to burn:
The most expensive items in the store are lamps and furniture, which range from $175 to $2200.
Egg & The Urban Mercantile's colorful pillows, blankets, and throws range from $30 to $200.
Fine art ranges from $50 to $200. Colorway paintings look great in a series, but even one alone would light up an entryway and create a warm welcome for guests.
Ceramics and glass ranges from from $4 to $200. Hand-shaped, graphically-glazed vessels are made by a local ceramicist and look terrific in small groupings, with or without flowers.
Deeply-hued towels and bath mats in shaggy, thirsty terry range from $12 to $72. And in the not-strictly-housewares department, Egg & The Urban Mercantile also sells beautiful letterpressed papergoods, jewelry, children's clothes, books, and nursery bedding.
Under the Urban Mercantile calling card Burch and Lin also take on interior decoration and consultation, product design and development, wholesale to other retailers, e-commerce, and artist
For the time being, the duo's online presence is geared towards wedding registry, but Burch has expansion plans in the works. No matter though; the store is worth a trip.