Kristina Rinaldi has opened Love, Henry, a home-design shop selling natural deodorant, upscale readers, and woven baskets (105 Henry St.).
“Brightland’s olive-oil bottles ($38) could work as vases, they’re that pretty. The oil itself is also incredible; I like to put it on top of ice cream.”
“These natural-color baskets (from $125) are handwoven in Mexico, and make great storage bins. You could put dried flowers in them, produce, toiletries.”
“We get these socks ($16) from Amsterdam, and the colors are so sweet — lilac, yellow, green, baby pink. They’re so great with sneakers.”
“If you have to wear readers, these ($89) are the ones you want. They’re from Caddis; we’re the only ones to distribute them in New York.”
“The woman who makes this broom ($250) — Erin Rouse, from Custodian Studio — is a sculptor, which means it’s as decorative as it is functional.”
*This article appears in the February 4, 2019, issue of New York Magazine. Subscribe Now!