Art & Design
This month, New York City turns its attention toward all things interiors for NYCxDESIGN, the citywide celebration of design. Along with the International Contemporary Furniture Festival and the Javits Center and the myriad satellite fairs surrounding it, the cultural calendar overflows with exhibitions, lectures, installations, and events. While that’s more than enough to stoke the imagination, a fresh crop of stores and pop-up shops are offering limited-edition objects and artist-made goods starting at prices even lower than the $60 admission to the ICFF. From a Bushwick boutique selling handmade items created by emerging artists from around the world to a design expo featuring no fewer than six pop-up shops within it, here are six of the most exciting places to shop for unusual and unexpected home goods now.