Pippin Home is located in the quaintest century-old building (behind Pippin Jewelry) once occupied by a blacksmith in the1800s. To give you a feel for the place and atmosphere, walking down the same narrow hallway to find your way through the store, you are walking the same steps horses would tread . . . more
Owned and operated by George and Sandra Baker, Hudson City Antiques has been in the Chelsea location since 2001. A Beautiful little shop with oodles of antique picture frames along with a selection of pine and oak wood American tables for sale. Located in the heart of Chelsea where shoppers can . . . more
Chisholm Larsson Gallery, a poster shop located in Chelsea, is home to over 50,000 original vintage prints, ranging from modest to extravagant in both price and size. Their unique collection consists of images from movies and film, sports and politics, war propaganda, and pop culture. While some of . . . more
For those with Metropolitan tastes seeking the crème de la crème of mid-century glassware and ceramics, it is a must to visit The End of History. Displayed proudly upon 20th Century rosewood Danish furnishings appears the world's most extensively-curated collection of fine glassware.
The inspiration behind the shop's name, "Extra," comes from the happy coincidence of shop owner, Koji Kusakabe's long time business name, "One More," and the name of the street where he would open his business, "Extra Place." "One More" is synonymous with "Extra," and the name of the street has . . . more
As a family-run urban oasis, Saffron proves to be a young, hip floral shop with an appreciation for talented artists and all things vintage. Inspired by a past with few yet memorable objects, within a backyard familiar to Spike Lee cinematography, owner Kana Togashi opened Saffron just 17 years . . . more