About BURKELMAN

Shop BURKELMAN to create a home that excites, enhances and enlivens your everyday. We are a destination for distinctive modern design, homewares, furnishings, rugs, tableware, and textiles. Additionally, we offer a comprehensive nation-wide wedding registry service. We are located in New York's Hudson Valley at 101 Main Street in Cold Spring, NY and online at shopburkelman.com.

 

 

PRESS

And North // Architectual Digest // Design*Sponge // MYDOMAINE // Garden & Gun

Good Housekeeping // Genevieve Gorder // Interior Design // The Kitchn // Lonny

Refinery 29 // Rue Daily // Sweet Paul // Vogue // Westchester Magazine

 

We are Kevin Burke and David Kimelman, the co-owners and creators of BURKELMAN. After living in New York City for over 15 years and working in creative industries, David as a documentary and portrait photographer and Kevin as a creative executive for major fashion brands, we made the leap upstate to the Hudson Valley and merged our talents to create BURKELMAN.

We find our curation inspiration from flora, fauna, deep space, clean design, sustainability, the natural world, rambling gardens, old houses, modern interiors, pop art, the creative process, and the power of grey. We showcase and support original, talented artisans and their works from around the globe.

For those who appreciate novelty, the art of discovery and quality craftsmanship, we look forward to surprising and delighting you each day.

Cheers, 

Kevin + David  

BURKELMAN is located at
101 Main Street  //  Cold Spring, NY 10516

845 809 4844

Hours

Wednesday – Monday : 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Tuesday : Closed

 

Metro North
Cold Spring is an easy day trip destination from NYC with plenty of hiking, dining and shopping options all accessible without a car. BURKELMAN is located 3 short blocks from Cold Spring's Metro North train station. See train times from Grand Central here.

Parking
Visitors may park for free on village streets or in the municipal lot on Fair Street (4th right off Main Street) - 1/4 mile on left.  On Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, visitors may also park for free in the Metro-North commuter parking lot.  Make the 4th left off Main Street onto Lunn Terrace, over railroad overpass, turn left onto Market Street and go 1000' into the parking lot.