Junk

Junk

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567 Driggs Ave., Brooklyn, New York 11211 | (212) 260-1851, United States
Type of shop
Vintage
Features
Value, Eclectic

True to its name, you’ll find all kinds of detritus from other lives packed into this open, garage-like warehouse. Student-made oil paintings and charcoals, vintage furniture, lamps and glassware—ranging from rare to quirky finds, depending on your taste (vintage wooden hangers, tufted housecoats)—all for the taking at atypically reasonable prices for New York City.

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