Like a Goodwill, except with taste. Lovely discards that only a jaded New Yorker could have given up. Get yourself psyched up by lingering over the elaborate window displays (usually stuff that... read more
Atlantic Avenue antiques darlings bring their eclectic selection to the ‘Burg. Zeitgeist-friendly scene packs in plenty of Victoriana, industrial oddities, creepy dolls. More stuffed animal h... read more
Cobble Hill antique shop gives away all its proceeds to non-profits. Pretentious much? Actually, owner and staff are really down-to-earth, offer intriguing collection of eclectic art, furniture, ho... read more
Nostalgic atmosphere just right for "The West Village of Brooklyn." Patriotic, locally minded mission statement; vintage century-old digs. Stocks Levis Shrink-to-Fit 501s, Woolrich workshirts, and ... read more
This Park Slope boutique sells everything from Prada jewelery to the art that adorns the walls. Vinatge jewelry by Chanel, Versace, Gucci (you get the drift) hang from unique pieces such as a stuff... read more
Sounds like it could be a fundamentalist enclave, but is actually super-chill general store/curiosity shop. Skulls, clothes, ephemera, clocks, all under the heading Americana (and most under the s... read more
This vinyl shop extraordinaire carries a genre for every collector. From rare jazz finds to limited edition punk prints, there's something for every vinyl enthusiast in the surrounding Willia... read more
Proud to be "95% recycled." Pratt-friendly Clinton Hill shop stocks mirrors, drawers, mosaic tables, vintage signs, Plycraft lounge chairs. Deco-style Scottie lamp? Check. Fifties spice rack? Got i... read more
Suewayne Brown opened Redberi in 2003, calling upon the talent of young designers—some still in school, some upcoming—to stock her Flatbush Avenue boutique with their modern casual ware... read more
Dumping ground only in the sense that some serious twentieth century design washes up here. Began its run with collection of Milo Baughmans rescued from Thayer Coggin cold storage. Owners John Aguj... read more
Glamour is about hyphens: Japanese-inflected multi-use retail space-cum-vintage shop-cum-gallery. Huge converted Williamsburg warehouse a mishmash of strange and awesome global foibles. Restless bo... read more
The pioneer of Altantic Avenue's design shops, City Foundry opened in 2000, with owner Sohrab Bakhshi personally curating the chaotic aisles of lighting, furniture and housewares. From industrial t... read more
West-side Williamsburg pioneer chockfull of vintage furniture and sundries for better loft living. Gobs o' doorknobs, glassware, lampshades, random iron pieces, candy jar racks from the ‘30s.... read more
Like stepping into grandma's attic. Vintage furniture, home décor, and assorted knickkack trove. Offers smartly selected, high quality collection from '50s to '80s, at reasonable prices. H... read more
What's MINE can definitely be yours. From hand wrought tables and chairs to custom one of a kind beds, designer Kristina Kozak's metal working skills can be found all over her Williamsburg ne... read more
Like a Goodwill, except with taste. Lovely discards that only a jaded New Yorker could have given up. Get yourself psyched up by lingering over the elaborate window displays (usually stuff that&rsq... read more
The aptly-named antique shop, Luddite is chock-full of 20th-century artifacts. Mirror-plated lamps, chairs, and tarnished trinkets fill the well-curated, cozy store, all yearning to clutter your ci... read more
Sandy tried to leave some literal watermarks, but riverfront perch ...
Lower-priced Ralph Lauren line defined by distressed Americana. Den...
Restaurant and lounge inspired by early 20th-century music recordin...
For women who love that beach chic look, this spot really does have...
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...