Bref is a Montreal boutique, gallery, and event space that offers a unique journey and shopping experience to lovers of art and design.
Pittsburgh-based Moop, the well-known canvas bag brand, now shares its name with a brick and mortar shop of exceptional curation.
Take a look back at the independent stores we featured throughout 2018 in our Design Store(y) column.
A design-centric store in Milwaukee, Wisconsin curates a collection of ordinary objects that are extraordinary in design.
A boutique shop in New York is filled with beautiful, purposeful objects that help one to cultivate an intentional lifestyle.
We visit the Portland-based Spartan shop to check out their perfectly curated collection of objects designed by independent designers.
Los Angeles’ design district expands even farther east with the opening of Bend Goods’ new showroom and studio space.
GARDE Summerland is the brand's second outpost where you can shop contemporary design and stay the night at a restored 1920s farmhouse.
San Francisco-based Batch rotates their store collection every 8-10 weeks, appealing to both e-commerce brands and savvy shoppers.
A retail concept store in New York collaborates with Blu Dot for this season's theme: Work/Space.
This unique shop serves as a launch-pad for students and alumni of the University of the Arts London to jumpstart their careers.
The new store in Beverly Hills marks the company's first ever retail store and showroom debut in the USA.
The showroom is that quintessentially Knoll – a mix of traditional and contemporary design that the brand has championed for decades.
This haven for design lovers exhibits one-of-a-kind works by the likes of Isamu Noguchi, Wendell Castle and more.
This one-stop shop in Brooklyn is the only place you need for finding items for your home that you won't find easily anywhere else.