Reaping the Harvest
The Bradley brothers bring city-chic to Selby Avenue
Mark and Robert Bradley have boutiques in their blood. Their mother, Debbie, runs Nature’s Harvest, a store full of vintage, rustic-chic furnishings in Wayzata. Mom may have given them their chops, but Harvest Four, the brothers’ décor store in Cathedral Hill in St. Paul, ain’t their mama’s shop.
The Bradleys cater to the “urban loft” set, offering an indie-industrial meld of stone and steel, wood and fleecy greenery. It may sound like a stylish man cave, but both genders can indulge here: an antler-inspired wine pull for him, a mini-cupcake stand for her.
The shop stocks everything from repurposed furnishings to hand-blown glassware to the kind of coffee-table books—Chicks with Guns, A Vintage Tea Party—best paired with single-origin beans. Choose from an array of fashionably geeky readers, the store’s only foray into wearable décor, to scan them.