Courts Furniture Store Brooklyn New York

Courts Furniture Store in Brooklyn New York has been on my case for the last couple of months. There are so many things to do in New York, even a short trip to the courts is a great treat! I am not a fan of chain stores, but I love anything that says Brooklyn, New York on the front of it. I have had the privilege of being entertained in one of these stores, the company called “The Pit”.

Court Furniture Store in Brooklyn New York has been around since 1974. They cater to people of all ages and are very popular among the young at heart. There are more than 200 stores all under the same roof. They are located on 5th Avenue, near the Bleecker Bus Terminal. I love going down there because it feels like it is part of an event.

COURTS
COURTS

The first time I was in there, I had the pleasure of shopping in the “street office”. Court Fixtures Store in Brooklyn New York, has stores on both sides of 5th Avenue, on the south side near Myrtle Avenue and on the north side near Myrtle Avenue. When you enter the store, the first thing that you see is a big glass room, it looks like a court room. Each floor has different levels and different themes. The themes can include antique, Victorian, contemporary, country and artsy.

The second store I went to was called “The Pit”. It was a bit smaller than Court Fixtures Store in Brooklyn New York. The owner of The Pit, John Combs, started his store by opening another small store on the north side of Manhattan, next to Court Fixtures Store. He expanded his business and now has four floors and two locations, one on Manhattan’s Upper West Side and one on the Lower East Side. Both of these locations have very chic yet cozy interiors and great selections of modern furniture.

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One interesting thing I noticed while going through the “The Pit” and “The Court Fixtures Store” in Brooklyn New York was the graffiti on the store fronts. Some of it was very bizarre, with people scrawling crazy messages on the store fronts. I have to say, the message style on some of the graffiti is pretty funny. However, it did raise the question as to why people chose to deface the storefronts of such popular Brooklyn stores.

One of the storeowners who owns Court Fixtures Store in Brooklyn New York says that graffiti on the storefronts is not necessarily what causes people to shop there. Instead he believes it is the decor that draws people. In other words, he believes it is more about the aesthetics of the store than the content. As a result of this belief, the graffiti on the storefronts of Court Fixtures Store in Brooklyn New York is simply a part of the design.

Courts furniture store new york – Furniture table styles
Courts furniture store new york – Furniture table styles

In other words, if you spend three or four hours inside of a quality contemporary furniture store in Brooklyn New York, you will see nothing but beauty. That does not necessarily mean that the store is stylish, because it does not. I believe that the design and the contents of the store are both equally important. However, I do believe that over time the use of graffiti on the storefronts of The Pit and Court Fixtures Store in Brooklyn New York have become more prevalent as the years have gone by.

COURTS FURNITURE STORE IN BROOKLYN
COURTS FURNITURE STORE IN BROOKLYN

It seems to me that it was around a decade ago when someone realized that there were far more complaints coming from customers about the lack of style and content of the stores in Brooklyn New York, and realized that they needed to step their game up a notch to become more presentable to the public. Therefore, it is my opinion that it was not until around seven or eight years ago that the use of graffiti by passers-by on the storefronts of Court Fixtures Store in Brooklyn New York started to increase dramatically. This could be attributed to the fact that the store owner realized that the public was becoming more attuned to what was happening in the art world and therefore it became necessary to put more effort into building the store with the latest trends. Now that it has achieved its success, you can clearly see that there was no turning back and that graffiti on the storefronts of Court Fixtures Store in Brooklyn New York is here to stay for many years to come.

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