• Repop New york (Home & Design, Antiques)
  • A few years ago, Rusell Boyle decided he needed a break from the hustle and bustle of New York. He moved to Kansas City to focus on his artwork, but as fate would have it he ended up designing the look and feel of a dry goods store. After residents started to take notice of his creative window displays he realized he had found a passion, and moved back to Brooklyn to open RePOP, a vintage gallery featuring unique furniture, home decor items and… More info
    143 Roebling St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • De vera New york (Home & Design, Antiques)
  • Carved ivory saints from the Philippines and gently smiling roman goddesses greet visitors to Soho's DeVera, which houses a sprawling and complex array of treasures vast and intriguing enough to eat up hours if you wish. From a stone Cambodian Apsara relief to jeweled cigarette cases, DeVera's two floor showroom is almost mystical. The eager-to-please staff offers expert knowledge of the thousands of carefully cataloged items. The jewelry… More info
    26 East 81 St, New York, NY 10028
  • Pippin home New york (Home & Design, Antiques)
  • Tucked behind the buildings on 17th Street awaits this odds-and-ends vintage shop. A secret garden of sorts, customers enter through a long blue-green passage that leads down a literal hall of mirrors to the tiny courtyard of a former blacksmith shop now overflowing with antique furniture, old photographs, and other collectables from the mid-19th century to the swinging '70s. Everything—from pots and pans to strings of pearls—is arranged… More info
    112 West 17th St, New York, NY 10011
  • Mantiques modern New york (Home & Design, Antiques)
  • Don’t let the name fool you. Although Mantiques Modern sells plenty of distinctly masculine items, it’s not just a fancy furnishings boutique for Chelsea boys. Owners Cory Margolis, Kenny Felberbaum, Steven Perelman, and Cole Ramstad have been stocking plenty of utilitarian items to suit anyone’s burgeoning style since 2003, including a large selection of vintage chrome, exotic upholstery, original lithographs, and luxury items galore. Check out… More info
    146 West 22nd St , New York, NY 10011
  • De vera New york (Home & Design, Antiques)
  • Carved ivory saints from the Philippines and gently smiling roman goddesses greet visitors to Soho's DeVera, which houses a sprawling and complex array of treasures vast and intriguing enough to eat up hours if you wish. From a stone Cambodian Apsara relief to jeweled cigarette cases, DeVera's two floor showroom is almost mystical. The eager-to-please staff offers expert knowledge of the thousands of carefully cataloged items. The jewelry… More info
    1 Crosby St, New York, NY 10013
  • Brooklyn charm New york (Other, Arts & Crafts)
  • Basking in the glow of Etsy superstardom, former Artists & Fleas vendor Tracie Howarth sought a way to surpass her success as an online supplier of jewelry and charm-making materials. So in March 2010 Howarth—a jewelry designer herself—opened Brooklyn Charm, a brick-and-mortar complement to her Etsy venture, Epoch Beads. Now, just off bustling Bedford Avenue sits a veritable toy box of beads, stones, metal trinkets and chains waiting to be… More info
    145 Bedford Ave , Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Kempton & co New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • Fiona Kempton has been designing since she was a child. She always knew that she would have her own line one day, and after graduating from fashion school she set out to make her dream a reality, designing a line of distinctive technology-oriented handbags built to carry laptops, iPads and other devices. In 2013 she opened the doors of Kempton & Co in Red Hook, which serves as both boutique and workshop where she designs and creates bags that are… More info
    392 Van Brunt St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
  • Utility canvas New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • Jillian and Hal Grano are canvas experts. The couple has chosen the versatile material as their medium of expression and created an incredible array of practical items for a creative lifestyle - emphasis on life. The concept was born when Jillian needed a tote bag for art school that had space for both a portfolio and materials. Bizarrely, there was no such thing in the market, so she created her own. She and Hal quickly discovered a “common… More info
    49 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10014
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