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Before opening this offbeat, homey shop featuring vintage and Brooklyn-made goods, owners Josephine Trzaska and Aaron Huston worked as an urban planner and a furniture designer, respectively. The roommates merged their flair for design to launch this exposed-brick shop, full of handmade crafts (With Roots terrarium necklaces, $45–$55) and secondhand treasures (vintage board games, $10–$50). For the ladies, snag the Loved One lace lingerie ($24–$62) and Raquelle made-in-NYC printed dresses ($75–$200). For guys, you’ll find hats ($45–$175), scarves ($45–$175) and vintage eyewear ($45) from Cathexis. Furnish your pad with heirloom Turkish rugs ($400–$1,000), Halona stained-glass planters ($75–$200) and Maker’s Circle ceramic lampposts ($160).
155 Freeman St
|Cross street:||between Franklin St and Manhattan Ave|
|Transport:||Subway: G to Greenpoint Ave|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sun noon–8pm|
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