• Moma design store New york (Home & Design, Kitchenware)
  • The MoMA Design Store had its beginnings in 1939 as a small sales desk in the lobby of the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan. Today it has grown into an impressive retail presence, occupying two locations in New York City and offering e-commerce internationally. The store shares the mission of the museum, supporting its endeavors to educate the broader public about modern art and design through its innovative and inspiring offerings. Its… More info
    81 Spring St, New York, NY 10012
  • Moma design store New york (Home & Design, Kitchenware)
  • The MoMA Design Store had its beginnings in 1939 as a small sales desk in the lobby of the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan. Today it has grown into an impressive retail presence, occupying two locations in New York City and offering e-commerce internationally. The store shares the mission of the museum, supporting its endeavors to educate the broader public about modern art and design through its innovative and inspiring offerings. Its… More info
    44 West 53 St, New York, NY 10019
  • Greenhouse New york (Home & Design, Kitchenware)
  • "Green" is a weighty adjective - its environmental connotations can conjure images of repurposed and sustainable items that buck the trends of big box disposables, but it may also evoke cork and straw. Greenhouse, the aptly named home furnishings and accessories shop in the Boreum Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn, brings all of the ethics without the scratchy and ascetic qualities that too often characterize environmentally friendly alternatives… More info
    387 Atlantic Ave, New York, NY 11217
  • Kalustyan's New york (Home & Design, Kitchenware)
  • Kalustyan’s was opened by the eponymous K. Kalustyan in 1944 to cater to an underserved Indian community in New York City. The shop has come a long way since its first days of selling spices and other groceries in bulk: today Kalustyan’s carries products from over 70 different countries and has grown into over 4,000 square feet of store space. When it was founded, Kalustyan’s was the only shop in New York to carry Near and Far East products… More info
    123 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10016
  • Broadway panhandler New york (Home & Design, Kitchenware)
  • Broadway Panhandler isn’t your average kitchenware store. The family-founded and operated shop takes pride in offering a vast selection of kitchen items for everyone from the most experienced chef to the first-time novice. Customers can find inexpensive novelties and top-of-the-line technology - sometimes in the space of a single shelf - and are encouraged to ask the knowledgeable staff for advice. The store strives to cater to all of the… More info
    65 East 8th St, New York, NY 100003
  • Cut brooklyn New york (Home & Design, Kitchenware)
  • Joel Bukiewicz treats the fabrication of kitchen knives as an art, and his creations speak to the care and attention to detail that goes into each one. He works on them one at a time in his Brooklyn workshop, producing five to eight knives a week. The available knives are on display on his shop and online, and are usually snapped up within 48 hours by home cooks and professional chefs alike. In addition to two lines of kitchen knives and a line… More info
    461 3rd Ave, New York, NY 11215
  • Whisk New york (Home & Design, Kitchenware)
  • Overwhelmed by the endless options of spatulas, mixers and kitchen accessories? Whisk can help you out. The shop, which has locations in Brooklyn and Manhattan, has exactly what you need - and if they don’t, they’ll get it. Both locations have a modest amount of space, which means that they must be extremely selective in the products that they offer. The knowledgeable and close-knit staff carefully curates the selection of kitchenware in the… More info
    933 Broadway, New York, NY 10010
  • Brooklyn kitchen New york (Home & Design, Kitchenware)
  • In 2006, Taylor Erkkinen and her husband, Harry Rosenblum, had a whole bunch of ripe grapes in their backyard, but no jars or pectin to make jam with. After having to leave Brooklyn to get supplies, they decided to fill a need in their community and started the Brooklyn Kitchen. The store began in a modest space, but after the success of their cooking classes in 2008 they moved to a much larger space on Frost Street, which they currently share… More info
    100 Frost St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
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