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Shop the Bklyn Designs Fair in Greenpoint from May 8 to 10

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Shop the Bklyn Designs Fair in Greenpoint from May 8 to 10

Gardenista Team May 01, 2015

Join us at the Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint next weekend, when we’ll be kicking off NYCxDesign week as a media sponsor of the Bklyn Designs fair celebrating the borough’s best artisans, designers, and manufacturers.

From May 8 to May 10, Bklyn Designs will showcase Brooklyn’s best furniture, lighting, textiles, jewelry–and gardening accessories. 

The show is free to the trade, for students, and for media. Tickets are $15 for the general public. Gardenista readers will get a $5 discount per ticket with coupon code GARDENISTA5

Here are some of our favorite Brooklyn makers who will be at the fair:

Above: Made from old growth lumber felled by Hurricane Felix, Brooklyn-based designer Aaron Poritz’s Medium Abner Toolbox is $220.

Above: Brooklyn-based Fort Standard makes Stone Candle Holders ($68 apiece) and will have products featured in a Dwell-curated pop-up store.

Above: The High Line Shop will be featuring a curated pop-up store of favorite Brooklyn designers, including Boundless Brooklyn, known for its whimsical model kits of such iconic Brooklyn skyline sights as a lifeguard hut. A Mini Water Tower Kit is $20.

Above: The three-day Bklyn Designs fair will be at the Brooklyn Expo Center at 72 Noble St. in Greenpoint from May 8 to 10. Tickets are $15; Gardenista readers will get a $5 discount with coupon code GARDENISTA5.

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