Welcome to Fiori Interior Design’s Countdown to the New Year! We are excited for the holiday season and look forward to spreading joy and cheer with those around us. Because who can’t use a little of that?
For those last minute shoppers (ahem, like us) we wanted to share a few local shops, artisans, and everything in between that are “FID approved”! Enjoy and Happy Holidays!
This wonderful local organization assists with moving families from shelters to furnished apartments. FID is a proud partner! How about donating to this cause in someone’s name?
Wortendyke Studio – This pottery studio located in Midland Park, NJ is nestled in an 1865 railroad station. What’s not to love? Check out their unique pottery or try your hand at learning how to create your own!
Mayfair Antiques – This store hides in plain sight off of Goffle Road in Midland Park in the Brownstone Mill. Be sure to check out the other surrounding antique and vintage shops as well!
Grayhill Woodworking – We discovered this hidden gem at the YMCA Holiday fair! If you are obsessed with all things hand carved, this one is for you.
Meyers House of Sweets – Hands down, Meyer’s has the best chocolate around! Head on over to this Wyckoff chocolate shop in town to get your fix.
Abma’s Farm in Wyckoff – Who doesn’t love a multi-generational family-owned farm with a petting zoo?! Try their homemade apple pies – they are amazing!
New Jersey Botanical Garden – For those who are still in hiking mode, this beautiful retreat in Ringwood is just a stone’s throw away. Don’t miss the beautiful castle!
Our last shout out is to the Community Thrift Shop in Midland Park, New Jersey. We love this organization because they partner with the Social Service Association of Ridgewood, serving local families in the New Jersey towns of Wyckoff, Ridgewood, Midland Park, Waldwick, and Hohokus.