In Kingston NY, a Massive Warehouse Filled with the City’s Architectural Past

With three floors stuffed to the ceiling, Zaborski Emporium is a designer's secret playground to source doors, columns, chandeliers, stained glass, sinks and everything else.

Kingston, NY was once the capital of New York State and with that you’ll find many examples of grand historic architecture from the 19th and 20th centuries. When some of those buildings get salvaged or renovated, many of the original historic details of the buildings, doors, bathroom fixtures – end up in the hands of Stan the Junk Man, a Kingston local and owner of Zaborski Emporium, a massive warehouse filled of salvage finds.

A cast iron radiator graveyard in front of the building
One of the latest arrivals, a 19th century marble sink with original backsplash and brackets.
Fantastic stained glass windows salvaged from a local church
A toilet bowl for kings and queens
A massive collection of cast iron heat registers in many exquisite shapes and ornaments

ZABORSKI EMPORIUM

Address: 27 Hoffman St, Kingston, NY 
Hours: Thu-Sat, 11 am to 5 pm
Instagram: @zaborskiemporium

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