Brooklyn Reclamation (CLOSED)
Time Out says
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).
676 Driggs Ave
|Cross street:||at North 1st St|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Bedford Ave|
|Opening hours:||Daily 11am–7pm.|
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