Hippie-chic shoppers will be in awe of this earth-friendly boutique, whose handcrafted, recycled goods are showcased in a nature-inspired environment. Rustic wooden tables and clothing racks sculpted from tree branches display wares from local indie designers, including Red Hook ceramicist Paula Greif’s porcelain spoons ($15–$45); Williamsburg jeweler Lisa Levine’s modern chain, wire and feather baubles ($150–$825); and edgy, architectural adornments ($135–$300) from the New York sister duo behind jewelry line Anndra Neen. As stylists, owners Marina Burini and April Hughes often encounter unique objects on shoots, and they wanted a place to showcase their special finds. Reap the benefits of their well-trained eyes by scooping up Suzannah Wainhouse feather-shaped brass earrings ($600), Salvor scarves adorned with large lion graphics ($155) and Taiana handmade felt-and-leather bracelets ($140).
|Venue name:||Beautiful Dreamers (CLOSED)||Contact:|
326 Wythe Ave
|Cross street:||at South 1st St|
|Opening hours:||Daily noon–7pm|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Bedford Ave; J, M to Marcy Ave|
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