If you, like me, are planning a trip to New York soon, then you may have started your research of all the amazing places you want to visit when you're there. Sounds wonderful in theory, but it feels pretty overwhelming once you start to research. It's such a huge city and there are so many places to visit and things to see, so here's something pretty great to add to your itinerary.

The Six Bells is a brand new store opening in Cobble Hill in Brooklyn. It opened its door to the public in April and has curated a country-inspired collection of products from across the globe.

Designed by Laeticia Gorra and Sarah Needleman of ROARKE Studio, the earthy yellow walls painted in Farrow & Ball x Liberty London 'Cane' and terracotta found in the products give a lovely nod to country design while nestled in its urban, New York setting.

The entire ethos of the shop is inspired by Folklore and the countryside, and is built around the fictional village of Barrow's Green, which has its own story on The Six Bells website.

The Six Bells is curated of 40 independent brands, including London-based brands Straw London and Matilda Goad.

Beautiful French brands Malicorne and Casa Lopez are also stocked in The Six bells, as well as stunning US brands Projektityyny, Gee's Bend Quilts and Cottagecore Black Folks. The Six Bells will definitely be added to my itinerary and is certainly a (across the pond) TOP SHOP.


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