Shopper's Diary: Revisiting Mc & Co in Williamsburg
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We recently revisited Mc & Co in Brooklyn's hipster neighborhood of Williamsburg, owned by French-born collector Corinne Gilbert. Gilbert has not only added more wares to her offerings, drawn from her quirky stable of small-scale local artisans (half of the objects are produced are within a 10-mile radius of the shop) but she's also revamped the shop's website—making it easier for us to follow the latest additions. See our previous post here: Shopper's Diary: Mc & Co in Brooklyn ); for the shop website, go to Mc & Co . Above: The Mc & Co Daybed is designed to fit a twin-size futon or mattress—perfect for unexpected guests; $3,600. Above: A Mc & Co display of arrows, which are increasingly showing up as decor these days. Above: Mc & Co Mirrors are inspired by puddles and pebbles; $200 to $300. Above: Handmade Mc & Co Pillow made from canvas and wool; $225. Above L: A swing-arm lamp. Above R: Woven Wicker Bull's Head ; $180. Above: A Mobile hanging in delicate balance; $950. Above: A Decorative Woven Wall Hanging is a collaboration between architect Tim Koelle and craftsmen in Mexico and are based on topographical maps; $650. Above: A colorful update to the traditional Floor Lamp ; $650.