Give your city habitat some rural flair with rustic finds from these design shops.
Art in the Age
Steven Grasse owns a farm in New Hampshire, and at this boutique he sells antiques he finds in the neighboring towns along with chambray pocket squares and Root, a house-made liquor.
116 N. 3rd St., 215-922-2600; artintheage.com
Brook Farm General Store
At this spot in Williamsburg (ground zero for down-home décor), everyday objects like bath mats and screwdrivers exude an antique air when made from materials like wicker, wood, and antlers.
75 S. 6th St., 718-388-8642; brook-farmgeneralstore.bigcartel.com
You'll find plenty of wares for the lumberjack set in this northwestern design hub, but the plywood clocks, stainless-steel oil lamps, and cast-iron spice grinders sold here take the prize.
1136 SW Alder St., 503-889-8545; canoeonline.net