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If we had to relive our young adult lives again, we would have bypassed New York’s Upper East Side and made a beeline to DUMBO (District Under Manhattan Bridge Overpass), a historic neighborhood of Brooklyn that has become one of the city’s premier arts districts and a center for what is cool and stylish.  But back then, it was definitely not what it is now.  Yes, there were struggling artists painting in converted lofts (one of our fathers-in law was one of them!)  but that was about it.  These days, the neighborhood is home to the likes of West Elm, Jacques Torres’ chocolate factory and warehouses turned into high-end condos.

Pearl Street Posy

The DUMBO

These Brooklyn lofts have a style of their own, one that moves away from the sleek minimal vibe of Manhattan and more toward the layered, lush looks of a life built for comfort and functionality.

Artful Alliums

Our new Lofty Looks collection for Spring/Summer 2017 is designed to elevate a space to the next level of texture and depth.  They are modern, yet approachable, with a distinct metropolitan feel.

Pink Lady

Crisp white flowers soften a geometric ceramic vase while maidenhair fern and orchid blossoms add a touch of whimsy to succulents planted in a concrete vessel. These style-forward designs will fuel your creativity and enhance your interiors, whether you’re an urban dweller or happily ensconced in the suburbs.

Sassy Grass

P.S.  We’re at the International Gift & Home Furnishings Show in Atlanta through Monday so please stop by and visit – High Design, Building 2, Floor 1, Booth #308.  Or visit Diane James Home in March to shop the new collection!

loft / flowers

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  • Reply Ashley January 19, 2017 at 7:39 pm

    I’m Brooklynite (born and raised) and I can vouch that DUMBO is the place right now! I furnished my loft using Furnishr.com this new furnishing place a friend told me about and they are awesome! I’ve never been into having plants and flowers in my place but it’s a new year and I think I’m ready to take that step! Great post!

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