As a 30-something, I've noticed most of my friends' family heirlooms have been relegated to the shelves and cupboards year round—which means fewer opportunities to share family stories and keep those memories alive. [Don't worry, we've got a solution for that].
After years of listening to the inspiring Side Hustle School daily podcast, I submitted an application for The Brooklyn Teacup to be featured on an upcoming episode, and we were actually chosen. Can't wait for you to have a listen and let me know what you think!
Not so humble brag alert--The Brooklyn Teacup was featured in InStyle's Mother's Day Gift Guide. It was such an honor to have been highlighted alongside the innovative and inspiring women-owned businesses included in the curated list by the female networking group know as Women Work F*cking Hard.
Mother of Junk is a Williamsburg institution. Let's not glorify it, though. It's not too far from a hoarder's den—the vintage china section is the most orderly part (and for that I am very grateful)! You come to Mother of Junk for the hunt—the hunt for treasures. Sometimes you walk away with a basket full of china (that you then wrap yourself if you want it to safely get back to your apartment); Other occasions...you come up short.