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Who needs halls? Deck the windows!

Brooklyn Daily

Boerum Hill

Where are the best window displays? Macy’s, Saks Fifth, Lord and Taylor? No way — the best display of all is right here on Atlantic Avenue, at Sterling Place. The eclectic home decor emporium, which boasts a huge assortment of speciality items from around the world, is pleased as punch to have won the prestigious recognition of first place in this year’s Atlantic Avenue Holiday Window Contest. Owner Robert Wilson told Standing O, “Danny Pang, an employee of the store designed it, planned it and made his vision a reality. I’m very proud of him and happy for the store.” Standing O was told that Danny was well compensated for his creation, even though there was no trophy. The display will be up until New Year’s, so if you want to take a peek at the terrific tableau, get down there before Jan. 1.

Sterling Place [363 Atlantic Ave. between Hoyt and Bond streets in Boerum Hill, (718) 797-5667].

Reach reporter Joanna DelBuono at or by calling (718) 260-2523.

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Collier West from Atlantic Avenue says:
Love this window! Abundant, jovial, and well curated.
Was happy to see the red ribbon proudly hung.
Nicely done Sterling Place!

Your Neighbor Collier West
Home Chic Home
Dec. 17, 2011, 10:46 am

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