Former psychologist Cary Pereyra honed her skills in floral and herb arrangements at the Flower School of New York (flowerschoolny.com) before opening this 1,000-square-foot space—her first-ever store. Her knack for crafts and eye for beauty are evident in the shop’s decor, featuring birch shelves and antique furniture with wood drawer pulls used as hangers. A tree-shaped chandelier floats above Pereyra’s bouquets, made from sage leaves, poppies, roses, peonies, lilacs and other eye-catching buds. Pick up tropical-plant bromeliads ($45), moss-and-pearl succulents ($40) and fern terrariums ($35–$85). You can also shop decorative vintage goods, including rustic vases ($12–$55), mercury votives ($9) and apothecary bottles ($12–$55).
The Little Glass Slipper
|Venue name:||The Little Glass Slipper||Contact:|
200 Franklin St
|Cross street:||between Huron and India Sts|
|Opening hours:||Tue, Thu, Fri 11am–7pm; Wed noon–8pm; Sat, Sun noon–6pm|
|Transport:||Subway: G to Greenpoint Ave|