Decor, Gifts, and More at Neighborly

Go over and introduce yourself


You’d borrow sugar from your neighbors, but it’d be awkward: You’ve never spoken.

Feel free to swing by Neighborly, North Center’s new home goods shop.

Founders/graphic designers Jenny Beorkrem (founder of Ork Posters) and Mary Beth Kapp (Ork operations manager) have a knack for selecting affordably priced, well-designed furnishings. Everything has a purpose (think: decor, entertaining, gifts).

“Made in the Midwest” tags point you toward heartland talent: modern Milkhaus tea towels, Chicago Honey Co-op honey, Stephanie Izard’s Girl in the Kitchen, Field Notes booklets and pencils, The Medium Control posters, and stationery.

Finds from elsewhere include cozy polka-dot blankets from RosenbergCph, Teroforma chevron trays and tableware, Leah Duncan limited-edition tea towels, and more.

The inviting space feels like a second home.

No knocking required.

Neighborly, 2003 West Montrose Avenue, at Damen Avenue (773-840-2456 or neighborlyshop.com).

Photo: Courtesy of Neighborly 

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2003 W Montrose Ave
@ Damen Ave
Chicago, IL 60618