Dry Goods

    What exactly are dry goods? Well, they're lots of things - paintbrushes and fabric, incense and jewelry. But the dry goods sold by the eponymously named Dry Goods in Brooklyn are much more than knick knacks and trinkets. Carla Brookoff, who owns the store with her mother, Rita, hand-picks a broad array of quality items for general and home use drawn from far and wide. The mother and daughter team focus on form and function, periodically leaving their New York base to scour the globe for new and exciting items that are both beautiful and useful. Having grown up in the city, Carla is particularly sensitive to the space constraints of urban apartments, and fills the shelves of Dry Goods with everyday items that can be celebrated for their aesthetic and functional values without having to be hidden away in drawers and closets. The resulting collection comprises a wide range of products and prices, from pillows and inexpensive items to luxurious jewelry and antiques. In a world of disposable merchandise Dry Goods believes in craftsmanship and durability with an eye to supporting local businesses and economies. The shop supplies exactly what it promises: dry goods, in all of their authentic, well-made glory. Show lessRead more

    362 Atlantic Avenue , New York (Bond St & Hoyt St)


    12-7

    Public Transport
    A, C, G (Hoyt - Schermerhorn Sts)
    F, G (Bergen St)

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