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Have we mentioned we love the Krrb community? Probably, but not nearly enough. With thousands of local sellers in one place, the selection is definitely great, but it can be difficult to discover the best of your city among all the others. That’s why we decided to celebrate some of our favorite sellers across the country and have a “follow circle” collaboration on Instagram. Get to know the sellers here, then head over to our Instagram to see why we’re so obsessed in the first place.
Boston: Diseño Boston
Want to see the world through one-stop shopping? Turn to Diseño Boston, a Massachusetts dealer of contemporary furniture, rugs, textiles and home goods from places like Peru, Uruguay and Guatemala. Owner Frank Campale travels the world to hand-select locally-made treasures, from hand-embroidered Peruvian pillows to Argentinean cowhide rugs. If you love modern and eclectic style, you’ve found a new friend in Diseño Boston.
Chicago: Shark Gravy
If sleek Mid-century Modern furniture is your aesthetic, Chicago’s Shark Gravy are your new go-to. Erick Pausz and Kayla Benedict carefully select and restore authentic vintage and designer pieces, as well as create their own vintage-inspired items. And because they also expertly stage their product to look as gorgeous as possible, good luck picturing buying one item without the perfect companion!
Dallas: Lise Vintage Lighting
A Dallas-based lighting restoration studio that specializes in unique 20th century lighting and decor, Lise Vintage Lighting is a bright source of great finds. Owner Susan Jones has an eye for salvaging and repurposing vintage finds, like the beautiful pieces of metalwork she reinvented into brass finials. Add some character to your home with these one-of-a-kind treasures!
Cleveland Park Vintage is a haven for antique and vintage finds near Washington, DC. Most of owner Jake Moore’s unique and rare items have interesting backgrounds and historic stories, from an antique sword to a sturdy trunk from the Japanese army. When you’re a talented architect who specializes in historic restorations, there’s a good chance your shop will be a rare-item goldmine.
Los Angeles: California Modern Woodworks
California Modern Woodworks is a Los Angeles-based luxury furniture company that handcrafts their original pieces from sustainably-sourced wood, all on-site in their studio. Fans of Mid-century modern design will love their high-quality pieces, from a geometric dining table to sleek walnut credenzas. If you’re going to invest in new furniture, why not make it something handcrafted and sustainable?
New York: Adaptations
We’re proud to be real-life neighbors with this shop! Brooklyn’s Adaptations is a vintage furniture store that specializes in Mid-century, industrial and farmhouse decor. The shop is set up to feel like you’re in a well-curated and eclectic home, with items like crushed blue velvet chairs and vintage wall hangings. If you’re unsure of where to begin decorating, head to a store that pre-screens for only the best finds.
Philadelphia: Walnut & West
Wendy of Walnut & West is an expert vintage modern and antiques dealer near Philadelphia, PA. Everything is well-curated and handpicked for the best quality possible, from this beautiful antique velvet chair to this ideal Mid-century lover’s bar cart. This shop is another great example of letting the pros do the digging for the best finds!
San Francisco: Mignonne Decor
Designer Johnelle Mancha of Mignonne Decor hand-selects vintage and eclectic finds out of her storefront near San Francisco, CA. The talented team also specializes in repurposing and reimagining vintage finds, which pair perfectly with their great selection of vintage Moroccan rugs. When you have an eye for design, rounding up great secondhand finds just comes naturally.
Head to our Instagram to start the chain of followers, and comment below to let us know your favorite local Krrb sellers!