BKLYN Designs: Smaller Scale But Higher Quality
This past weekend, the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn once again hosted BKLYN Designs. The show is a juried exhibition of contemporary furnishings that are made in Brooklyn. The seventh annual show was smaller than last year but reflected a higher level of quality than we’ve seen in the past. Surprisingly, there were a number of new companies that exhibited that have only been in business a year or two. While the show emphasized sustainability, most of the items shown were at the premium end of affordability.
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