MADE IN AMERICA

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The Domestic Dry Goods Company, now open in Rye Plaza! Use the contact form to join our email list.

MEET ERIN

A new retail concept created and headed by Erin Hinchey, a retail specialist, artist and avid, award winning gardener.

MADE IN AMERICA

Reminiscent of old-fashioned mercantile stores that provided excellent customer service and high-quality goods that are made in America.

QUALITY

All of our goods are of uncommon and superior quality, some even crafted by hand, but all made in America,

UNCOMMON

Handcrafted, one of a kind products, that you won't find locally anywhere else.

PURE

Irresistible gourmet specialties

TERRARIUM MAKING PARTIES!

Book your own private terrarium making party! Plan a unique and creative night out with your friends or group.

All of our goods are of uncommon and superior quality, some even crafted by hand, but all made in America, by American companies. You will find that our products are no more expensive than their imported counterparts, and they are not locally sold anywhere else.

Domestic Dry Goods Company is a new retail concept created and headed by Erin Hinchey, a retail specialist, artist and avid, award winning gardener. Domestic Dry Goods is a retail establishment reminiscent of old-fashioned mercantile stores that provided excellent customer service and high-quality goods that are made in America. We will sell products for the Home & Garden, as well as one of a kind gifts for everyone and every budget....Click Here to Read More

We plan to have lots of special events and offer private parties for birthdays, bridal or any special occasion that calls for something different and creative. Please scroll down to sign up for our e-newsletter , and follow us on Facebook, so you can keep up to date with our opening, events and stories about our merchandise and vendors. We promise to keep the communication to a minimum.

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    Rye Brook store celebrates the Maker Movement
    by Karen Roberts for LoHud.com

    “There’s a story behind everything made here,” says Hinchey.

    Erin Hinchey, owner of Domestic Dry Goods Company, where everything is made in America, is photographed in Rye Brook.(Photo: Tania Savayan/The Journal News)

    Erin Hinchey, owner of Domestic Dry Goods Company, where everything is made in America, is photographed in Rye Brook.(Photo: Tania Savayan/The Journal News)

    It sounds simple enough: buy products made by real people, not corporations. It’s called the Maker Movement, and it’s about bringing people in touch with artisanal products and the people who make them.

    Erin Hinchey, owner of Domestic Dry Goods Company in Rye Brook, is all in. Her shop carries new and vintage products celebrating for home, garden and personal care, and she holds events like last month’s “Meet the Makers” event, where shoppers can get to know the people creating the products for sale.

    “I wanted to give people the opportunity to put a face with products they really like, sample some items and enjoy the day,” says Hinchey.

    One artisan, Beth Linskey of Beth’s Farm Kitchen, offers tastings of her popular chutneys, jams, and mustards that have been for sale in the Union Square Market in Manhattan for 30 years. “It’s been amazing especially in the last five years people want local and fresh,” she says.

    Beth Linskey of Beth's Farm Kitchen in Stuyvesant Falls holds her most popular jam, strawberry-rhubarb jam, during the Meet the Makers event at Domestic Dry Goods Company, where everything is made in America in Rye Brook. (Photo: Tania Savayan/The Journal News)

    Beth Linskey of Beth’s Farm Kitchen in Stuyvesant Falls holds her most popular jam, strawberry-rhubarb jam, during the Meet the Makers event at Domestic Dry Goods Company, where everything is made in America in Rye Brook. (Photo: Tania Savayan/The Journal News)

    Alexis Trembone of The Bedford Life designs aprons sold here, and says the popularity of stores like this signify a back-to-the-home movement. She was a handbag designer for eight years until she started designing country-style aprons for adults and children. “I’ve never loved making bags like I do these,” she says. “I know when people buy my product it’s a memory they are building with their loved ones.”

    Another part of store owner’s mantra: a Made-in-America philosophy and a sense of conservation. “I think we have to re-train people not to need as much, we just need one well made thing,” she says.

    Alexis A Trembone, founder and owner of The Bedford Life, shows the aprons she makes during the Meet the Makers event at Domestic Dry Goods Company, where everything is made in America in Rye Brook. (Photo: Tania Savayan/The Journal News)

    Alexis A Trembone, founder and owner of The Bedford Life, shows the aprons she makes during the Meet the Makers event at Domestic Dry Goods Company, where everything is made in America in Rye Brook. (Photo: Tania Savayan/The Journal News)

    You’ll find traditional wooden toys, but no commercial plastic toys for the kids. There are soy and beeswax candles that are more environmentally-friendly, and her attention to detail like her signature hang tags for each sale item.

    “There’s a story behind everything made here,” says Hinchley.

    Hinchey explains the origins of the recent artisan trend, started after the economic downturn in 2009, when local artists were out of work and moved to create necessity products.

    Customers discovered it didn’t cost much more money than imported items, and they were better quality. “So people started with the Brooklyn flea markets and really started cultivating great artists, it was a movement,” she says.

    People here are buying in — and buying. “My customers love the obscure items found locally,” says Hinchey.

    If you go …

    Domestic Dry Goods Company, 14 Rye Ridge Plaza, Rye Brook. 914-481-4822, www.domesticdrygoodscompany.com

    Domestic Dry Goods Company, where everything is made in America, is photographed in Rye Brook. (Photo: Tania Savayan/The Journal News)

    Domestic Dry Goods Company, where everything is made in America, is photographed in Rye Brook. (Photo: Tania Savayan/The Journal News)

     

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