To get the week started nothing better than a list of the best vintage design stores in New York City! From Soho to Nolita you will find the best places to buy furniture, fabrics, chandeliers, and some other amazing things! Let’s check the stores.
This Soho furniture shop is the best place to find the best furniture from the thirties and forties. Ideal for Art Deco lovers that here can find rosewood bar consoles, clean-line sofas, stainless-steel cocktail shakers or even high-backed club chairs. The store has also a room where you can find a dining room with lacquered wood tables, a china cabinet, and metal-finished floor lamps. To buy the best pieces you shouls go there on a Saturday because that’s when the store receive new itens, but you will have toface the queue.
With a modern style in Aero you can find mid-century modern antique pieces, lighting, bathroom, and design accessories. The dark wood and light fabrics, are some of the stars of the store that fits a range of decorating styles, from Armani Casa-luxe to downtown bohemian. Besides all these spectacular design itens, Aero also offers complete interior design services.
In Alan Moss studio you will find dazzling 20th century chandeliers, mirrors, ceramics and sculpture in every inch of this big and full store. This is one of the favorite places for designers and has lots of decorative objects from the twenties, thirties, forties, and fifties. The store also have lots of glassware in retro and jewel-toned style. But your attentions will immediately turn to the art-deco-style and baroque chandeliers and to the sconces shining on the celling.
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After a decade making elegant fabrics for Oscar de la Renta, Escada, Vera Wang, among other, the couple Sachin and Babi Ahluwalia have decided to open Ankasa store in 2005. Antique dressers and tables from all over the world, the silk comforters in creamy colors and pillows with intricate embroidery are just some examples of what you can find in this amazing store. Any Ankasa product made of fabric can be customized to coordinate with your existing home décor and Ankasa’s Interior Design Service offers free consultation.
Area ID offers fine, vintage goods in its Nolita shop, which resembles a modern and over-stuffed living room with a collection of mid-century modern furnishings. Area ID also sells reproduction pieces in similarly modern styles such as sofas, club chairs, chaises longues and vintage Italian glass chandeliers.
Which one is your favorite vintage store? Do you know other vintage stores that you want to share with us? Feel free to share some thoughts with us in a comment!