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Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch

PlantShed, the “go-to floral destination for interior designers, creatives and luxury brands alike,” this week opened the doors to its first downtown location, accounting for the company’s third space in New York and second floral café, a coffee and flower shop retail concept serving locally sourced coffee, pastries, kombucha, and cold brew tea, in addition to offering flowers, cactus, succulents, and tropical foliage.

Located at 1 Prince Street, at the intersection of Bowery and Prince, the boutique features floral bouquets available in customized wrapping courtesy of NYC artist Curtis Kulig, who is well known for his signature “love me” tag frequently seen throughout Manhattan. In addition, the new PlantShed location will house art installations in collaboration with various local creatives, beginning this month with work from Olivia Lerner of Bodega Rose.

Shoppers can also personalize their floral purchase with handmade pottery, botanical-inspired candles, and quirky greeting cards.

PlantShed’s 1 Prince Street location is officially open to the public as of today, July 26. You can shop select items online as well.

PlantShed Downtown New York
1 Prince St.
New York, NY 10012

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Brian Farmer is Highsnobiety's Managing Editor and is based in New York City.

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