Artisanal textile and luxury home décor company, St. Frank, unveiled their first east coast pop-up shop in East Hampton, New York a little over a month ago and I just want to move in and call that shop my new home. Keeping up with the brand’s online presence, its San Francisco store and Los Angeles and Palo Alto pop-ups, the East Hampton store will embrace ethical home luxury for the modern bohemian by presenting a carefully curated collection of globally-inspired items that were handmade by artisans from around the world. Intrinsically, St. Frank makes furnishing your humble abode a whole lot more international.
The pop up is offering a wide range of textiles, vintage pieces, and handicrafts from over 25 different countries. Rather than simply giving back monetarily, Christina Bryant’s (St. Frank founder) mission is to create long-term relationships with suppliers that help to bring these craftspeople stable employment and fair wages. The mission-driven artisanal textile and home décor company teamed up with interior design firm SWAYSTUDIO to transform their new Hamptons store into a charming, visually pleasing experience. Located on Main Street in East Hampton, the space is divided into distinct living, dining, library, and bedroom spaces that highlight St. Frank’s Tree of Life and Kuba Cloth wallpaper, as well as extraordinary vintage furniture, the brand’s signature art and textiles, soft goods, and gifts. The Hamptons pop-up also offers exclusive in-store-only products like collaborations with Rachelle Hruska of Lingua Franca and custom Gary Linden x St. Frank surfboards featuring the brand’s signature prints.
Throughout the summer, St. Frank will present several exciting events, like live custom painting on accessories with Ashley Begley, book signings, and more.