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New boutique The Good Home, which just opened on 24th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, feels like the lovechild of Green Depot and Calypso, matching earth-friendly household supplies with a beachy, country-time feminine approach. Owner Christine Dimmick has been selling her green cleaning products in places like Restoration Hardware and Williams Sonoma since 1995, but this is her first brick-and-mortar location. She's given it all sorts of sweet (and sweet-smelling) details, like lavender-scented clothespins and pastel chunks of sea glass. And she's tossed in both a fragrance bar and a potpourri bar where you can mix and match delicious scents to your hearts content.
· Hot Shop! The Good Home Co. Opens In Chelsea [Refinery29]
· The Good Home [Official Site]