If your decor aesthetic can be described as industrial chic, then this Williamsburg shop featuring entirely reclaimed vintage and repurposed furniture will whet your interior-design appetite. Greenpoint natives and brothers David, Halavah, Abhay and Rupam Sofsky are following in the footsteps of their antiques-dealer parents by running the store. Their finds have been artfully arranged so that you can perfectly imagine a pair of Stendig Wassily ’60s leather-and-metal chairs ($950) in your living room, or an island that David made from wood found in a bowling alley and legs made from stanchion poles ($950) anchoring your kitchen. There are also lots of multifunctional items, such as laboratory beakers that can be used as small vases ($5–$30) and a library-card catalog file that would make an interesting storage unit ($350).
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