If you’re in the market for, say, a wrought-iron elevator cab with a scroll motif, this is your spot. The four-floor store is filled with fixtures that make good on the business’ goal of reclaiming building elements to preserve architectural history. The rescued period pieces, including doors, balcony railings and actual friezes from 1905, can have a new life in modern projects.
Shopping at antique stores in NYC is an event, a summertime ritual best handled post-brunch on a bright weekend afternoon. Sure, you already know the best shops to visit for vintage clothes, but check out these antique stores in the city to find kitschy, crazy and absolutely perfect items that look like they came from fancy home decor stores. So check out some of the best brunch NYC has to offer — and let the hunt begin!
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