Sandeep Salter has always been a shopkeeper of the most artful sort: Before she opened Goods for the Study and Picture Room with Sarah McNally of McNally Jackson in New York City, she studied fine art and worked as a bibliographer and archivist, and ran a small bookshop out of the MIT Media Lab. But it was while growing up in London that Sandeep first got the idea for her latest shop, she told Vogue. Here’s a look inside Salter House, now realized on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn Heights, next to Picture Room’s new location and a short walk from Sandeep’s own fairytale apartment. We just might stay for a cup of tea.
Photography courtesy of Salter House.
More shopkeepers behind our favorite NYC shops:
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