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Wed-Sat, noon-8pm; Sun, noon-7pm; Mon-Tue, closed
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L at Bedford Ave.
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Jewelry designer Caitlin Mociun’s Williamsburg storefront feels more like an art gallery than a home goods store, yet most of the pieces displayed are meant for everyday use. Baggu bags, blankets, and throw pillows are carefully arranged on the floor, while striking bowls and printed vases line the windowsills. The extensive stock may make the space sound cluttered, but white walls and large windows open things up, and Mociun changes the displays every week to keep the shop feeling fresh. There’s also the designer’s complete line of simple jewelry, which takes center stage in elevated cases, and a selection of textiles hangs from a wooden fabric rack. Other items come and go as collections change, but Mociun promises a constant stream of pieces from friends like Robert Blue and David Neale. And while smaller gifts (like adorable ceramic fortune cookies) draw in window-shoppers, avid fans can drop in for custom-made jewelry starting at $700 a pop.
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