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The Good Home Company
Nearby Subway Stops
1 at 23rd St.; F, M at 23rd St.
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This venue is closed.
In 1995, the Good Home Company owner Christine Dimmick launched a line of eco-friendly and freshly scented household products from her own kitchen. Fifteen years later, she opened her first apothecary nestled along a quiet Flatiron block. Here, shoppers can browse a variety of organic household supplies— from laundry detergent to dish soap to candles—in five signature scents: Beach Days, Italian Citrus, Lavender, Paris Rain, and Pure Grass. The potpourri bar is the shop’s centerpiece: a dark wooden case displays a constantly changing collection of dried leaves, petals, and fruits (new items are added daily). The Good Home Company also offers affordable bespoke eau de toilettes, concocted from any of Dimmick’s seventeen custom-blended oils, plus perfumed clothespins, microfiber sponges, and a careful selection of French imports like brightly patterned tea towels.
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