The Flat Moves to Westport’s Sconset Square

above: Gallery wall of multi-era art, vintage sofa re-done in two fabrics and Jacques Adnet coffee table.

Photography by Kyle Norton

The shop’s façade, in Sconset Square.

Vintage sourceress Becky Goss has been a designer go-to since she opened her Railroad Place spot in 2016. An expansive industrial space in Norwalk—which will remain open as a studio and warehouse—was added in 2020, and now The Flat has moved to Sconset Square, cementing the downtown center as a design destination (Jenni Kayne Home, Bungalow, Swoon, and The Tailored Home share neighboring walls).

left: A true mix of eras, mid-century Hans Wegner chair and ottoman, Pierre Paulin groovy chair, leather and metal chair, and antique painted chest. right: An easel with found abstract watercolor.

First-time visitors have the thrill of discovering Goss’s stylish mix of antique and contemporary furniture, lighting, art, tabletop items, décor, and coveted vintage jewelry. The rotation of pieces is ever evolving, so you’ll want to pop in often. If nothing else, it’ll give you a chance to chat with Goss, a Westport local, and get a history lesson on her latest treasures.

left: Vintage chair re-done in Robert Kime fabric. right: Vintage glassware.

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