September 20, 2012
Top 10 Design Stores in NYC – Part II
Back in our journey through the 10 best design stores i NYC, let’s continued with a cheaper opportunity store:
BoConcept has locations across the city, but I love the SOHO store the most. Known for its clean design and budget friendly prices (more than Ikea but still not super expensive), BoConcept is the place to find furniture that is guaranteed to last without astronomic prices.
This Kuta floor lamp really blows my mind.
69 Greene Street, between Spring Street and Broome Street New York, NY 10012; (212) 966-8188
Give your home an ethnic touch with something from Global Table, an accessories store that specializes in dishes and ephemera from around the world with an “emphasis on simple lines and vivid finishes.”
109 Sullivan Street New York, NY 10012; (212) 431-5839
If you are trying to buy more local don’t skimp on your furniture. VOOS in Brooklyn is one of the most concentrated collections of furniture by New York City designers. A lot of it tends to be more abstract and sculptural; you can definitely find something original and unique. A place that you need to visit as soon as possible, since I assume you love design!
103a North 3rd Street Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York 11211; (718) 218-8666
A NYC favorite for design junkies, Moss is the place to go for breakthrough and unique interiors. A little high the pricey side, you will not be disappointed by the designer selection and variety.
146 Greene Street New York, NY 10012; (866) 888-6677
- MoMA Design Store
The list wasn’t finished without including the Museum of Modern Art Design Store. The absolute best place for gifts–whether it be home accessories, jewelry or books–the MoMA store has an incredible selection.
MoMA is also a museum with an incredible agenda about art events, check our latest post about Quay Brothers.
Midtown: 11 West 53 Street New York , NY; (212) 708-9700
SoHo: 81 Spring Street New York , NY; (646) 613-1367
Nonetheless, the glamour of such a great city deserves an exquisite brand like the Portuguese Boca do Lobo.
Here is a video recording an amazing piece of design, Diamond sideboard. Just enjoy. It’s speechless.