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Cute Attack's old home at 770 Metropolitan Avenue already has a new renter moving in next month. Smallhome, a company founded by Brooklyn Flea, Artists & Fleas and Brooklyn Night Bazaar vendor Julia Small O'Kelly, specializes in cute housewares like repurposed lanterns, mason jar lamps, tiny rubber taxidermy figures, plus jewelry and other odds and ends.
Bedford + Bowery writes that the shop will officially open on March 1st, but there will be a soft open next week. In the meantime, check out Smallhome's website below for an idea on what to expect.
· Smallhome Studio [Official Site]
· A Small Home For Tiny Taxidermy Is Coming to Williamsburg [B+B]
· Kid's Store Cute Attack Taking a Time Out From Brick and Mortar [Racked NY]