A Portal Into Asian Antique World at Material Culture Huge Warehouse

One of my recent discoveries while in Philadelphia may look like a regular warehouse on the outside. The moment you

Mid Century Bargains at a Warehouse in Philadelphia

With original mid century furniture selling today for unreasonably high prices, I rarely find a place that actually fits my

A 6-Hour Walk Through Brooklyn Along the East River

On the first day of Spring with clear, sunny skies and temperatures soaring at 80 degrees I asked myself: “How

East Village Scene on a Saturday

As New Yorkers get more and more exhausted with staying indoors, the streets start to fill up again. I took

A New Book Exploring Design of Electronic Music Instruments

With a passion for music listening and design of everyday things, it’s hard for me to pick up a better

Inside a Vintage Story at Thea Grant in Dumbo

Thea Grant started as a vintage jewelry boutique in a quaint building in Dumbo. They have since offered hand-engraved minimal

A Tiny Shop in Williamsburg Combining a Love for Plants and Stationery

The newest addition to the Williamsburg shop scene is a collaboration between Brooklyn-based Japanese Kokedama bonsai studio The Moss &

Impeccable Mid Century Classics at Somerset House

The Somerset House in Williamsburg was started in 2020 by fashion designer, Alan Eckstein as a place to find one

BEAM, Contemporary Design Destination in the Heart of Williamsburg

Since it’s opening in Williamsburg in 2013, BEAM design shop has grown to present a wide array of contemporary furniture

A Walk Through Troy, NY

When I first arrived in Troy, NY – I felt at home. In its vibe, there’s something extremely familiar that

At Coxsackie Antique Center, Quirky Finds for the Home

Coxsackie Antique Center was established in 1997 and set a goal to offer a variety of vintage goods and antiques

A Walk Through Catskill, NY

About 2 hours north of New York City, a small village of Catskill offers a visual retreat from the everyday

Mid Century Gems at Stuff Hudson Valley in Kingston, NY

On my recent trip through the Hudson Valley, I stopped by at Stuff, a handsomely curated shop in North Kingston

A Walk Through Lambertville, NJ

Some one and a half hours away from Manhattan, a duo of towns located across the Delaware River offer a

Curious Home Goods at Michelle Varian in Brooklyn Height

A native Detroiter, designer and curator Michele Varian has always found herself in between curiosities, most recently on showcase at

Design Details at the Newly Opened Moynihan Train Hall at Penn Station

While most of the NYC’s public transportation has been suffering from cramped stations and overcrowded spaces, a new expansion of