Go Farmhouse-Modern: 3 Stores With Rustic Flair

Give your city habitat some rural flair with rustic finds from these design shops.

Give your city habitat some rural flair with rustic finds from these design shops.

Philadelphia

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

Brooklyn

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

Portland, Oregon

Canoe

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

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