A handful of Brooklyn home-goods stores produce and sell their own unique products, from pillows to pottery.
A year after closing its longtime Brooklyn Heights location, Housing Works has opened up a new thrift shop in the borough.
Shoppers for kitchen wares will once again have a speciality resource on Atlantic Avenue when the new store opens this spring.
As the L train shutdown looms, developer Thor Equities has been moving quickly to build on one of the most prime retail spots in Brooklyn.
Owned by a Swiss distributor, Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery opened its first Brooklyn store at One Brooklyn Bridge Park in October.
Breaking news: A laundromat might be coming to the old Layla space on Hoyt Street.
The richly layered vignettes of New York design emporium ABC Carpet & Home have come to Brooklyn with the September opening of a new store in Industry City.
Bed Stuy toy store Pipsqueak has debuted a second location on Myrtle Avenue in Clinton Hill.
The cult Japanese retailer known for simple, unbranded goods such as brown-paper notebooks will open in Williamsburg in September.
Selling fun and crafty items from Brooklyn and beyond, the temporary store joins a growing list of shops at City Point.