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After 45 years in Tribeca, vintage wallpaper shop Secondhand Rose has moved to the Flatiron District. Its new home is on the fifth floor of 230 Fifth Avenue, a building you might know from its eponymous rooftop bar. Says the NYT: "The new location has not deterred her clients, who are as likely to be set decorators as interior designers. They know they can browse through more than 5,000 patterns there, sourced from places like a former hardware store in Ohio or a Belgian paper maker." Also, they can get a cocktail (and possibly a Snuggie) on the roof once they're done. [NYT; Eater NY]

Secondhand Rose

230 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY