Only a couple weeks in and the Dekalb Market and their awesome maze of shipping containers, standout vendors and mouth-watering foods are just the begininng of what makes this market the go-to for chilling and shopping. We’ve visited the back lane of the market and grabbed some shots for you, so check them out and then go visit – tell ’em Krrb sent you. And here’s a secret tip: The weekends are great for running into everyone and their mother but drop by during the week for some serious shopping when the browsers won’t get in your way.
Meet Roachele, the proprietor of Little Poco.
An outfit every little girl wants.
Little Poco has an excellent looking container.
Light and breezy duds for your little one, perfect for spring.
Great wooden toys on display with photographs of the adorable 6 year old twins of Roechele.
Deck your kids in color at Little Poco’s.
Meet Suzanne, the designer and owner of Kira Kira.
It’s as sweet as it looks. Trust us.
Gold gold gold!
Bold and beautiful or subtle and tasteful. There is a whole spectrum here.
The quintessential vintage shop for you to rummage and find that treasure.
If you don’t find it here, you won’t find it anywhere.
Dare you not to linger.
It’s a vintage must.
Go on in, the water is fine.
Drip yourself in vintage jewelry.
Rummage, explore, hunt.
Frame your jewels like Honeysuckle and Hearts.
You can count on Honeysuckle and Hearts for that fun vintage look.
Stop by for excellent finds in vintage clothes and accessories before they fly off the rack.
From cute clothes to bedroom decor, Hank and Jojo’s can deck out your kid.
Eco-friendly, handmade and super soft, toys a kid and a parent will love.
Super long gym socks. So cute!
Seriously adorable. Go peruse.
How cute is Andriana Spence of Hank and Jojo?
A sweet ‘lil bird mobile.
What’s not to love about handmade jewelry?
More air plants by Roots in Rust.
We’ll take one of each for our reading nook.
Pouring over this table is a perfect way to spend a Saturday at Dekalb Market.
Kerry Batty offers the loveliest stationary, don’t you think?
Check out the baubles from Be In the Moment.
Some of the beautiful vintage bottles by Roots in Rust.
Lauren “Lola” Falkowski designs and sews the handbags herself.
These ceramic planters are created with 3D printers. It’s the future!
Love the chicken wire used for hanging supplies.
Alison Lucien has a beautiful office in her Dekalb Market container.
Pop your puppy in here!
A weaved basket for your bike is perfect to hold your summer picnic.
So many fun treasures for the bike lover.
We love the assortment of bicycle bags at Eleanor’s.
You won’t be able to walk by without taking a whiff, trust us.
Isn’t this presentation of Ebb and Flow’s handmade soaps just lovely?
Can we just take one of each?
We love Ebb and Flow’s antiqued mirror signage.
Ebb and Flow collection of candles smell as good as they look.
Piles of vintage finds these are just itching to be browsed.
Large watch faces on hand-stitched friendship bracelets. Why didn’t we think of that?
An ode to the bird that adorns much of B66’s work.
Birds, Biggie and Bob: Icons that show heavy in Briian’s clothes.
One or several, they’ll all look good.
One of the more well-known Biggie quotes, and an important note for B66.
Hip Hop icon + embroidery + cardigan = yep.
Tops, hoods, accessories, hats, get it all.
Briian Dargon of B66 was born to style Brooklyn and beyond.
Check out the railroad bedroom layout in this dollhouse.
This 1950s tin dollhouse comes complete with plastic furniture.
Vintage china sets like this one from Limoge are popular for wedding parties.
A 1950s Schaefer “Nuclea” clock makes a great conversation piece.
You can spend hours rummaging through the finds at American Collectables.
A vintage Bakelite dog pin will dress up any spring jacket.
This vintage handblown glass cuff makes a stunning accessory.