Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Aero Update

I was shopping for clients in Soho last week and one of my favorite stops is always Aero. The shop is always inspiring and full of treasures but this time even more so. They had just unpacked and displayed a huge shipment of what they call "smalls." If you need a hostess gift, a wedding present or just a little something for yourself, there is a bonanza from which to choose! I took home a beautiful glass tortoiseshell ice bucket that is new but looks old. What I love the most about Aero is that you can't tell the vintage from the contemporary. My sign of a great store! Happy Shopping!

Aero Studios
419 Broome Street
New York, NY 10013
212-966-1500


























Photos by Heather Clawson for Habitually Chic

11 comments:

Natasha said...

Hi Heather,
Thank you for sharing, I always wanted to get a better look at this store, I have been studying your photos!!

I think I may just have spent an obscene amount of money.... kinda ;)

Northern Light

AnnaVallance said...

That looks like such a neat store. My neice is going to NY next week, her first time, and she asked me if I wanted anything from there. How do you answer that question?

janel holiday said...

great store! thanks for the reminder for us shoppers on the west coast...xx

The-Countrypolitan said...

Great pieces! My favorites were the pair of leather chairs and the strange white ceramic piece with all the appendages that looks like it could be a tulip vase... ~Terri

Heidiopia said...

Oh, my gosh-- this store would be lethal to me. I'm a great lover of "smalls" (sit-abouts we call them in the South!). :)

Chrissy Carter said...

Love this store - it's always such an inspiration. Your photos really capture the mixture of clean lines and classic pieces. The leather chairs are amazing.

Michael Mattison said...

Great tip! Thanks. And I'd hit that place for the whitewashed brick alone. Wish they'd do more white brick here in Europe...
Take care,
Michael

Kali said...

Hi Heather! I ran into your blog over the weekend and have since read to the beginning! As an art history student looking towards turning my obsession with interiors into a career, it's so inspiring to see how far you've come and to read your opinions! One thing that has struck me while reading your blog has been how you strive to bring original content. I greatly appreciate that! -Kali

jones said...

Thomas O'Brien doesn't know how to get it wrong. Everything seems timeless, but current!!! Magic. Thanks. Mary

al pepin said...

Oh man - I love these shots and all that's in them....love Aero and the whole gang there! Thank you for posting!

Sketch42 said...

One of my favorite stores as well... I wish they had an e-commerce website though!

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