Duman Home

Photograph: Camille A Fernandez
Duman Home
Boerum Hill
As a former textile-factory employee in Istanbul, Cengiz Duman adds store owner to his résumé by opening this housewares mecca. The 1,500-square-foot space draws upon Duman’s background in fibers with Sferra linens ($80–$218), Chortex Turkish towels ($13–$30) and Kantha throws ($70) from India. Outfit your abode with miscellaneous decorative items, including Tizo wooden picture frames ($5–$25) and Vance Kitira unscented candles ($4–$18), along with organizational items such as Richards clip hangers ($3–$20) and colorful Bigso storage boxes ($7–$10). Lenox stain-resistant napkins ($3), Bodrum organic-cotton tablecloths ($100–$145) and Joseph Joseph magnetic cooking utensils ($50) round out the kitchen novelties.
Venue name: Duman Home
Contact:
Address: 213 Court St
Brooklyn
11201
Cross street: between Warren and Wyckoff Sts
Opening hours: Daily 10am–7pm
Transport: Subway: F, G to Bergen St (Smith St)

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Alexander Neuschotz

Duman Home is the perfect place to purchase all of your household needs. The service is incredible and speedy. The prices are a bargain to die for. The employees relate to your troubles as they find the perfect accessories for your home. Pillows as soft as clouds. towels as soft as wool. Candles that will light up your house and kitchen goods that will make your kitchen shine. I highly recommend Duman Home to all house wives and mothers, as well as as fathers who want a little extra. Duman Home is the place to shop.