Let Steven Alan outfit your apartment
Some people just have impeccable taste, plain and simple. And Steven Alan is, sigh, one of them.
The local fashion purveyor has lured us into his charming, rustic-urban boutiques for nearly two decades. (You know you love a linen pant.) So it should come as no surprise that his first dedicated home store is as equally crave-worthy.
You?ll find it, of course, nestled on a quaint Tribeca block and brimming with artisanal goodies--from pottery bowls to rope baskets, mason-jar candles to small-batch syrups, and hand towels to dog kerchiefs--all in the sand-khaki, patina-silver, dusty-navy, sun-drenched-clay palette we?ve come to know and love.
And just like that perfect fisherman sweater you?d uncover in a hidden corner at a previous outpost, odd little surprises (patio oil?) seem to appear in every nook here, too.
While some of the selection is available online, we highly encourage a perusal in person to fully appreciate Alan?s neighborhood-general-store vibe. Who else would display a freezer of locally grown green beans next to eclectic area rugs?
158 Franklin St. (between Hudson and Varick sts.); 646-402-9661 or stevenalan.com