Spring is in full bloom in one of my favorite spots in New York–Bleecker Street–with pop ups and new shops that are making this spot their destination. There are so many treasures to discover, many of which have an old-world style that seamlessly fit into our modern lives, adding charm and a feminine beauty that is sometimes missed.
I adore Land of Belle and Annabelle Moehlmann opened her lovely curated online shop of crafted gifts and home décor a couple years ago. I love her floral touches and diversity of pieces she brings together. This year Land of Belle is part of a new pop-up concept shop, Spring on Bleecker, that runs through May 30.
Before most of the new shops arrived and the street was largely bare, Nell Diamond made Bleecker Street her flagship location for Hill House Home, and it’s the place to find all the necessary pieces for the perfect bedroom sanctuary. Her prints are also a unique style that always seem to work without feeling too busy.
As if the world of LoveShackFancy’s feminine florals couldn’t get any better, Rebecca Hessel Cohen did it again with her brand-new Bleecker Street location, a step into another land of ribbons and bows and rows of the prettiest dresses, it’s hard to pick just one.
Lingua Franca has opened the doors to its first shop, on Bleecker Street. Founder Rachelle Hruska MacPherson’s hotelier husband, Sean MacPherson, decorated the space. With a warm, chic, and comfortable environment, it’s a delight to be in.
Founder Nicole Berrie, brought Bonberi Bodega to Bleecker Street and it’s NYC’s first plant-based bodega so you don’t have to sacrifice your healthy eating when you’re busy shopping in the city. One of my favorites is the Dulse Ceasar Salad. I also love stopping in to get fresh flowers–florist Robin Rose opened Fleurotica next to Bonberri,