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Holler and Squall Brooklyn, NY


Here’s your first clue that Holler and Squall is a cool cats’ kind of store: Owners Gillette and Zak Wing named it after a Jimmy Martin song. The shop’s tagline, “things unlimited,” was the name of a shop Gillette’s grandparents owned in the 1950s. Tucked among the restaurants on the end of Brooklyn’s beloved Atlantic Avenue, Holler and Squall offers atypical curiosities and tufted leather sofas galore. Think bison heads, Parisian club chairs, garden furniture rusted just so, and industrial lighting with Edison bulbs. There are customizable tables and shelves designed in-house, and we loved the  jewelry – very Brooklyn chic. Once upon a time, the shop even played host to a six-foot-long stuffed zebra from Tommy Hilfiger’s estate. Things unlimited, indeed. We’re into it.

Holler and Squall | REstyleSOURCE

PHOTO: Melina HammerHoller and Squall | REstyleSOURCE
PHOTO: Melina Hammer


While you’re in the ‘hood, don’t miss the shops further down Atlantic Avenue. City Foundry is a favorite for vintage furniture, and Krescendo means dinner cooked by Iron Chef Elizabeth Faulkner (with a bicycle in the window, because this is Brooklyn, after all).

Holler and Squall | REstyleSOURCE

PHOTO: Melina Hammer Holler and Squall | REstyleSOURCE
PHOTO: Melina Hammer

Brooklyn, NY

347 223 4685

Zak and Gillette opened their antique store, Holler & Squall, in July 2009. Holler & Squall’s name pays tribute to a Jimmy Martin song and Gillette’s grandparent store in the 1950’s. The selection in their store changes weekly with the items they source from all over the US.

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