- READER REVIEWS
Wed-Sun, 11am-7pm, Mon-Tue, by appointment only
Nearby Subway Stops
R at Court St.
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Jaron Cupak spent fifteen years in the music industry, during which time he stockpiled all sorts of antiques, including the wood-paneled vintage Panasonic radio that provides the soundtrack for his 600-square-foot shop. One of the Brooklyn Flea’s first sellers, Cupak eventually left the music world to open the store with his wife, Sharan. The space is filled with mid-century and Danish modern furniture, fine art and décor, plus a few key early-20th-century Folk Art treasures. There are also kitchen items, including teakwood and enamel cookware by Dansk and Catherine Holm, along with sofas, sideboards, end tables, and the Op-Art pieces that hang from the walls. Much of the stock comes from Cupak’s private collection, but sourcing trips to Midwestern antique malls and New England auction houses supplement the offerings.
- Taylor Swift’s Super-Popular Museum Exhibit Is Coming to NYC, Where We Will Welcome It
- Benedict Cumberbatch and Wife Sophie Hunter Are Expecting Their Second Child
- An Australian Man Was Found Not Guilty After His Tinder Date Died Trying to Escape
- Shailene Woodley Penned a Letter About Her Dakota Access Pipeline Protest Arrest