Home goods retailer West Elm launched Market, its "general store"-themed line this week. The shop within a shop features American-made utilitarian tools designed to "make work wonderful," from garden hoses and cast iron pans to dust bins and hand cream. Market is available on westelm.com and in person at the DUMBO location in Brooklyn.
In other news, the MacKenzie-Childs farmhouse is on the market, and New York has run out of brownstone. See the headlines after the jump.
• Everything but the Kitchen Sink | The New York Times
• MacKenzie-Childs move from Farmhouse to Ferry | The Editor at Large
• Oh No! New York City Is Officially Out Of Brownstone! | Architizer
(Image: West Elm)