Have you all seen Michael Bargo’s shoppable apartment? Called ‘Brooklyn’s Coolest Design Shop’ by The New York Times, this innovator is changing the way you shop!
Interior Designer and furniture dealer Michael Bargo lives in a small Brooklyn apartment filled with one-of-a-kind whimsical design pieces: a leopard-print sofa, a Millennial pink paper-mache chair, and a coffee table made from corporate ceiling tiles, to name a few.
But it’s not just an apartment—Bargo’s space symbolizes a new wave of brick and mortar shopping, as his home also serves as a curated retail environment in which virtually everything is available for purchase. The cozy shoppable space boasts clientele such as Marc Jacobs and offers a distinct experience from the typical retail model.
What do you think? Would you rather shop this guy’s house than a store?