Jul 31, 2014
Simplifying NYC: Top Picks for Stationary Shops
188 Lafayette St., Manhattan; 441 Warren St., Hudson
This is one of your best destinations if you're planning a wedding or special event. You want invites to give a hint of the event's style and makes a guest feel special to land a spot on your coveted RSVP list. Not all stationary shops in New York City take the care that Blacker & Kobby does.
1390 Lexington Ave., Manhattan
Owner Jane Buck creates whimsical, fun paper goods and organic screen-printed textiles in her studio. But what makes this Red Hook spot a standout amongst stationary shops in New York City is that she also curates a collection of other paper goods that fit in with her design aesthetic.
392 Van Brunt St., Brooklyn
If you're into funny, snarky, or just plain cute greeting cards, this one's for you! It's packed with just-because greeting cards that would be a delight to receive. So many stationary shops in New York City lean toward the more-serious side. Don't expect that from this one!
39 Christopher St., Manhattan
Receiving beautiful stationary is always a delight, but it's even better when it's made of eco-friendly products. This New York stationary shop specializes in the eco-friendly and still holds a high design standard.
225 Court St., BrooklynStopping by any of these will leave you well-equipped for all your letter-writing and invitation needs! Did I miss any of your favorite stationary shops in New York City? I'd love to give them a visit if you leave the details in the comments!