How to decorate your NYC home with vintage products on a budget

March 12, 2023 By:

I come from a family of professional-level sewers and sewers.

My grandfather found two flat screen televisions on the side of the road in his area of ​​Florida. He picked them up, put them in his car and left—where he kept them in separate rooms, so that he and my grandmother could watch their different soap operas each night, in peace.

The next day, my grandfather went up to the house where he found the TV—and knocked on the door and asked for the closet.

Looking at the cast or things that were loved / now abandoned in the spaces and stops in the dusty store and see what is possible – this is a habit that runs in my family. Moving into a new home after graduating from college means starting a new chapter, as an adult – and looking for government offices, adults. For me, this means that I will be spending my entire summer looking for cheap furniture and planning how I want my house to look. Here’s how I did it, with a mix of tried and true online stores in NYC.

Mother of Junk ($)
567 Driggs Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211