Hudson Valley Shops

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2 Note
255 Warren St., Hudson Valley
The folks at 2 Note, a local apothecary that takes inspiration from both music and nature, will do everything from steer you in the direction of a hydrating face oil to help you choose one of their botanical fragrances. The small line of perfumes and bath and body care products are all crafted in small batches, meaning each one is mixed, bottled, and labeled by hand. (Test drive their goods in the rooms at Rivertown Lodge.) For kiddos, there's a line called Piccolo, which includes a gentle body wash, baby powder, and a do-everything balm that's packed with essential oils.
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722 Warren St., Hudson Valley
A flower shop that stocks botanical cards and—you guessed it—sauerkraut, Flowerkraut is run by the charming husband-and-wife duo Mairead Travins (a floral designer) and Seth (a musician). Mairead sources hard-to-find flowers from around the Berkshires and Hudson Valley and looks to local makers (and Instagram) to source clever gifts, like ceramics and textiles to round out their assortment. If you're local, see their selection of house plants.
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Red Chair on Warren
606 Warren Street, Hudson Valley
Jocelyn Sinauer has a keen eye for sourcing antiques from around the globe. Her talent is evident in her store, located in an 1800's whaling house and packed with a mix of 17th-, 18th-, and 19th-century finds, mostly from Scandinavia and the South of France. The entire store has somewhat of a New England farmhouse feel—i.e., perfectly faded French linens and vintage tablewares. There's a lovely garden in the back, where visitors can look through a collection of worn terra cotta pots and rustic outdoor furniture.
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Variety Valley
705 Warren St., Hudson
After seventeen years in SF, Chuck Rosenthal fell in love with Hudson and decided to buy the building that now occupies Valley Variety. (He lives on the third floor.) Here, he curates a lifestyle shop, which features Arita porcelain, Normann Copenhagen pendants, Bensen seating, and much more. It's the kind of spot you'll wander into, think you don't need another thing, and wind up with, say, a set of Scandinavian spice grinders. A bonus: They host regular (and private) cooking demonstrations with local and visiting chefs, covering topics like family-centric cooking, Korean BBQ, and even a knish night.
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