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Environmental and interior designers Teri Brajewski and Anisa Romero have moved their studio and store downtown to a brighter space shared with Yoma Textiles. The duo offers their own retouches on affordable and sustainable home products sourced from local and global artisans. Renewable, recyclable and vintage pieces produced around the world lay atop wooden shelves in the front showroom (Yoma Textiles occupies the back). Pick up unique cigar tables ($225–$265) and reupholstered midcentury stools ($115). Colorado-produced wooden plates ($46) and Indian-made martini glasses–turned-candleholders ($16) stand out among accessories. Decorate your apartment from top to bottom with hand-loomed silk sari runners ($65), Boskke upside-down hanging planters ($36–$59) and recycled soup-can candleholders (three for $30).
139 Fulton St
|Cross street:||between Broadway and Nassau St, suite 501|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C, J, Z, 2, 3, 4, 5 to Fulton St (Nassau St)|
|Opening hours:||By appointment only|
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