Treat your home to a spring refresh with selects from these newly opened shops.
Marni Meatpacking Market
Marni’s newly revamped space is a contemporary hub of creativity.
Opened last summer, Marni Meatpacking Market delivers the signature unpredictability of Marni Markets products in a truly grand space. The array of goods available are sure to meet the needs and wants of any New Yorker: furniture, mens- and womenswear, lifestyle products and more in its quintessential colors and styles. Here, you can find one-of-a-kind furniture, home decor and glassware not found online or in other boutiques. Working with Colombian artisans who have been with the brand for many years, the store offers handcrafted items sold exclusively at Marni Meatpacking Market. The shop has a robust representation of the brand’s newest lines, making it a must-shop destination for customers at large. 1 Gansevoort St.– Sam MacKinnon
The RealReal’s brick-andmortar presence in Brooklyn is sure to create buzz in the community.
High-end consignment store The RealReal has experienced massive growth and popularity already, and the opening of a brick-and-mortar storefront in Brooklyn is sure only to bring more prosperity to the company. Coming off successful openings in San Francisco, Palo Alto and Chicago, the store’s Brooklyn location will be its first 2021 offering. Selling designer home goods like wall decor, ceramics, accent pieces and mirrors, as well as apparel, jewelry and watches, The RealReal is slated to become a staple of the retail industry as a whole, and its Brooklyn location marks an exciting new reality for New Yorkers. With criminally low prices on high-end goods, this Brooklyn storefront will generate a massive amount of traction. 163 Court St., Brooklyn –Sam MacKinnon
With 20 years of experience in home and event design, Antony Todd will soon be opening his first interiors store, Antony Todd Home, in Millbrook. The native Australian developed an interest in design by being exposed to a vast range of cultures. Furniture and accessories at the new shop will showcase Todd’s classic and clean style as well as his careful eye for beautiful fine artworks. Selects from the Anthony Todd Home store include 19th century chairs, English oak coffee tables and marble lamps, as well as custom furnishings ranging from stools to sofas to mirrors. 3280 Franklin Ave., Millbrook –Quincy Walter