Pretty Brooms, a New Bronx Bookstore, and a Bedding Start-Up in Soho

April 2, 2018 - table lamp

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First Look
In late June, Vancouver-based jaunty code Respect Your Universe will open in Williamsburg with a dedicated H2O bar (76 N. 4th St.).

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1. Menswear: Branded snapback hats ($33), an odor-eliminating polo tee ($67), draw-cord-less training shorts ($75).

2. Water bar: A built-in bar with 3 spouts — one for still; one for sparkling; and one for flavored, like immature apple, lemon, and cucumber.

3. Bag wall: Floor-to-ceiling floating shelves holding bags like an olive board trek ($185) and a duffel with a molded hard-shell interior ($155).

4. Womenswear: Workout rigging like a sweat-wicking bra tip ($63), mesh-lined leggings done for cardio workouts ($110), and a elastic mock-neck pullover ($117).

2×2: Nonstandard Standard Brooms
Spring cleaning for aesthetes.

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Under $50
Taller: Sweep Dreams one-tone broom, $31 during madmats.com.
Shorter: Turkey Wing whisk, $35 during haydenvillebroomworks.com.

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Over $50
Taller: Lostine stable broom, $65 during lostine.com.
Shorter: Gunma Tsuga Japanese palm broom, $74 during objectsofuse.com.

Three in One
Customizable-furniture code The Inside recently non-stop a buyable showroom–slash–cocktail loll in Tribeca (86 Walker St.).

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Tuft Needle mattresses (from $475); plants from a Sill (from $10); selected pieces like a chrome list flare by Robert Sonneman ($650) and seat from a Inside’s line, like a velvet rose form ($1,139).

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A dedicated loll for book signings, accommodate and greets with entrepreneurs like a founders of Uprise Art, case shows with such brands as spousal line Floravere, and cocktails, including a cranberry-pear Champagne drink.

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A workspace with oversize tables where decorators can differentiate by art and pattern books like The Encyclopedia of Furniture and Cy Twombly and lay out fabric swatches, rip sheets, and building plans.

Moving In
This summer, Met Gala engineer Raúl Àvila will open his initial showroom, featuring his seat line (261 W. 21st St.).

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“When we enter a showroom, all you’ll see are sensuous flowers and plants organised by me. And afterwards over that will be my home goods. Lots of daybeds [prices on request], one in a velvet powder blue, a burgundy sofa. The flowers will be set adult on a furniture, too — one of a bedside tables will have honeyed peas on them, since they’re a best flowers for nightstands. Putting together a Met Gala is about catering to a designer. This is going to be focused on what we like.”

Ask a Shop Clerk
Later this spring, Noëlle Santos will open The Lit. Bar, a Bronx’s usually general-interest bookshop (131 Alexander Ave.).

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Why a Bronx?
“In 2014, we was operative as an HR executive and came opposite a petition to save a Barnes Noble in Bay Plaza. we satisfied that a Bronx had one bookstore for 1.4 million people, and it was dying. we was insulted. So we motionless to open one myself. The bookstore is going to be a Bronx, brought inside: graffiti, and register that facilities Latino and African-American voices, like Lilliam Rivera’s The Education of Margot Sanchez ($11). We’ll have a booze bar, too, which’ll assistance move to life a shop’s tagline: ‘Bookstore and chill.’ ”

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Top Five
In mid-May, Ariel Kaye, owner of L.A.-based bedding start-up Parachute, will move her waffle robes and quick-drying towels to Soho (129 Grand St.).

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“We only launched this carpet ($69) — it’s woven with a corpulent string chronicle and has feathery tassels. It’s so plush, and we always wish my feet on it.”

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“Our glow linen duvet (from $230) is so breathable and has a poetic weight. People who nap with linen, like me, generally can’t nap though linen.”

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“I live and die for a robe, duration — generally a gray waffle one ($119). It’s lightweight with lovable pockets. we mostly wear it to cooking as a shawl.”

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“This coverlet (from $279) has thick stripes on one side, skinny stripes on a other. we adore pairing it with a striped sheets. It’s a lot of stripes, though we consider that’s chic.”

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“These towels (from $9) are done to be really absorbent, that is good for New Yorkers who don’t have a window in their lavatory to keep things dry.”

*This essay appears in a Apr 2, 2018, emanate of New York Magazine. Subscribe Now!

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