Along with warm weather, beach trips, and Summer Fridays, one of the things we look forward to each summer is the ubiquitous pop-up shop. True to their name, dozens of these temporary shopping destinations crop up across the country come summertime, providing the perfect respite from the hot outdoors. Since they’re short term, these stores are often more inclined to go bold in decor, and many offer goods that might be hard to find at other times of year. This year, AD PRO has rounded up the best ones for designers and design lovers alike. No matter where you summer, you’re bound to have a good one in close proximity.
Max Eicke’s ceramics.
Max ID NY, Sag Harbor
Maximilian Eicke returns to his Sag Harbor location for a two-month stint this summer. But the offerings at his Madison Street storefront will be far from traditional Hamptons: Over the past three years, Eicke has been building a compound in Bali, where he’s also designed and manufactured a slew of furniture and home goods, including his new Yahochu line of handmade ceramics. At the pop-up, he’ll sell these alongside some of his most successful products from the past few years.
July 4 – September 1, 3 Madison Street, Sag Harbor
Hill House Home, Nantucket and Montauk
Nell Diamond’s upstart bedding company heads to two summer locations this season: First, she’s bringing her penchant for Instagrammable florals to her own family home on Nantucket, where she’ll host a two-day pop-up July 27 and 28 complete with a floral installation similar to the one that graced Hill House’s Bleecker Street store this spring. Next, HHH heads to Montauk, where it will host a one-day pop-up at Hero Beach Club, the hotel owned by Diamond’s husband, Teddy Wasserman, on August 5.
July 27 – 28, Nantucket, address given upon RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “Nantucket”; August 5, 626 Montauk Hwy, Montauk
Goop’s Aspen pop-up.