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Walk into any Brooklyn home goods boutique and you’re bound to stumble upon whimsical designs by Cold Picnic—cushion covers and woven bathmats emblazoned with casually sketched body parts, hand-knotted macrame plant hangers, plush rugs in desert-landscape palettes, quilted throws in abstract colorblocks. Launched in 2010 by husband-and-wife team Phoebe Sung and Pete Buer, the label has evolved from its early years as a women’s accessories line to a full-fledged interiors endeavor (though you can...
On a recent Sunday evening I found myself perched at the marble bar in Tørst, sipping a delicate stout infused with Guatamalan coffee and chatting with a friend who recently moved to Greenpoint. It was her first time at the craft beer haven and she was admiring the way the marble harmoniously works with the reclaimed wood arranged in a herringbone pattern in various shades of brown. I pointed out the twenty-one taps that...
Handmade Ceramic Diffuser What better joy than to walk into a good-smelling home? Not many, we say—except if the essential oil has a pretty, Brooklyn made vessel to sit in. morphologically.com, $45 White + Black Domino Mudcloth Pillow Covers Too many patterns in a home can be hard to work with, but a nice pillow cover is one good way to do it. osxnasozi.com, $100 Handmade mug, perfect for all of your coffee and tea needs Erin Louise...
Montero’s Bar and Grill 73 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn Heights Do new bars have a smell? Something like that of new cars? I think they do; many of the newer bars in Brooklyn smell like white paint and credit card receipts. They smell like nothing. Like less than nothing. This causes a specifically alarming type of cognitive dissonance because New York is a city that smells. It’s ripe. It stinks in a way that signals to all...

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