Notes from Sunny’s Pop: It all started with a beautiful collection of antiques, a love for brilliant functional design, and a rustic town on the Delaware River. Sunny’s Pop, curated by Sunrise Ruffalo, was initially a pop-up shop in Callicoon, NY designed to welcome those looking for a memorable summer in the Catskills. As it came to an end, it had grown beyond the creator’s wildest dreams and formed a life of it’s own, dropping Callicoon from it’s name, but not it’s origins. Before 2017 was over, it had found it’s permanent home down river in the quaint village of Narrowsburg, NY where you can find a Sunny’s Pop mushroom gracing a shop window on main street.
Today, it features an eclectic range of antiques from 19th century east lake to mid century modern, homewares, and unforgettable gifts. The collection shares a glimpse of Sunny’s style that stems from growing up in New Orleans, hitting the streets of New York City, owning a shop named Kaviar and Kind in Los Angeles, and traveling the world finding tasteful treasures of varying cultural backgrounds. Each piece is hand-chosen with longevity in mind and to be passed down for generations as an heirloom for its keeper. The designs may be created to last, but similar to the store's mushroom "mascot", the shop's roots extend miles only appearing in blooms for moments at a time.