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Village Design Studio Is a Must-Stop Home Shop in Bronxville

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Two sisters tap into their interior design expertise at their curated shop in Bronxville, which offers on-trend home goods and accessories.

Sisters Erin Hackett Marschall and Meghan Hackett Cassidy are still bringing the interior design expertise they’ve become known for at Hackett Interiors, but now they have entered into a new venture: a curated retail shop.

Village Design Studio offers delightful hostess gifts, beautiful coffee-table books, and home accessories.

Village Design Studio Owners

The duo behind Village Design Studio. Photo by Julia D’Agostino

The shop, located in Bronxville, opened in the fall. The sisters had leased the space two years before and were using it for their interior design studio, but as people came knocking on the door, they felt there was a need for not only their own clientele to come and shop for decorative accessories with meaning but also the general public.

“It is a highly curated shop by designers, which is unique,” says Hackett Marschall. “I also think the merchandise has a nice range so there is something for everyone because it’s not style-specific.”

Some of their favorite pieces in the shop include the colored glassware and the matchbook watercolor prints. “The glassware is practical and fun,” says Hackett Marschall. “I think the matchbook watercolor prints are a great price point as a gift for a friend or if you put one in a frame on your own wall.”

They have a variety of partnerships with local artists and galleries, so the artwork is constantly evolving, plus they will be going to market and pulling in new items for the spring and summer.

And, if you want to start a wish list for future birthdays, anniversaries, or other celebrations, you can enter your favorite items on their website. 46 Pondfield Rd, Bronxville; shopvds.com 

Village Design Studio glassware

Inside Village Design Studio. Photo by Julia D’Agostino

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