Loopy Mango is: a boutique where anyone can find anything; a space for exploring; a place for creating; and an experience for everyone. Loopy Mango features a curated collection which ranges from designer clothing, shoes and jewelry to antiques, home goods and furniture, specialty yarn and knitting supplies.
Since Harry Zarin opened the shop in 1936, the thousands of bolts of drapery and upholstery material at Zarin Fabrics have brightened homes and businesses with their elegant designs. Like your family's antique-wig collection, the company is now in its third generation of family ownership, with shelves and walls stocked with a meticulously curated collection of millions of yards of colorful threads. Custom upholstery and window treatment services add personal touches to at-home decor, and foam inserts, intricate patterns, and decorative trimming help crafters will their own fluffy sofas and eye-catching curtains into existence.
Nestled in a charming, mass-transit-friendly corner of the Lower East Side, the shop has also lent its signature fabrics to New York television icons, with set designers for shows such as 30 Rock and Law & Order creating memorable settings for TV episodes out of Zarin's extensive textile resources.
Jadite Gallery has been finding homes for wall decor for more than 30 years. That includes common works such as paintings, photographs, diplomas, and mirrors, as well as less common wall-hangings such as shadow boxes, needlework, delicate pieces in need of conservation framing, and high-end interdimensional portals. In fact, unique orders are their specialty, and the designers on staff encourage clients to request a price quote no matter how strange they think their job might be. The artists are armed with more than 4,000 framing options and acid-free materials, and are also equipped to assist with canvas stretching and floating mounts.
Featured in Vogue and New York magazine, this chic aroma apothecary infuses a pampering plethora of products with its hand-developed fragrances. Guests leisurely peruse the pastel-hued boutique, browsing selections to adorn both domiciles and the anatomies than inhabit them. Fill a decorative metal potpourri ball ($40) with whiffs such as Cinnamon Latte, Autumn in Vermont, or a personally concocted pheromontage, or light a soy wax candle ($20) to inhale a symphony of olfactory notes. Other place-prettifying items include sheet and clothing sprays ($20), liquid hand soaps ($16), and glass and surface cleaners ($15), ensuring spaces' scents are as inviting as their looks. Beautifying products such as silkening soaps ($8) and botanical bath salts ($40) are also available to perfume the person. No matter what form they take, blissful bouquets evoke breezy days on the beach, strolls through a spring orchard, and high-speed penny-farthing chases through Parisian flower gardens after a warm summer rain.