The Future Perfect Collection

Three sofas and a chandelier comprise the NYC-based design boutique's debut furniture line

by LinYee Yuan When The Future Perfect opened its doors on a then-quiet block in Brooklyn’s artist outpost of industrial Williamsburg, they were described as carrying “home décor pieces that poke fun not only at the establishment but also at those who buy them.” Now, a decade later, Williamsburg overflows with condos filled with young professionals and TFP counts two additional retail locations in their …

Interview: Catherine Bailey of Heath Ceramics

The historic California pottery company showcased at The Future Perfect

Ten years ago Catherine Bailey’s interest in lending a design hand to the small but established California pottery company Heath Ceramics took a detour that resulted in Bailey and her husband serendipitously buying the Sausalito-based company. The twosome set to reviving and preserving Heath’s heritage—founded by Edith Heath in 1948—by creating a flagship store in LA and transforming their San Francisco location into fully functional …

The Future Perfect Fall Update

Designer highlights from the NYC boutique

Since it was founded in 2003 the NYC shop The Future Perfect has become known for championing emerging designers and artists with its eclectic collection of high end furniture and playful design objects. Last week, the store ushered in a new season with a wide range of new—and in many cases exclusive—products available this fall. Among the standout pieces are new stools and tables by …