NY is our home and one of the coolest shopping destinations in the world. Around here we find shops that do not exist anywhere else and exclusivity is the surname of the city. Whether it’s shopping or finding inspiration, these are the best New York City decor stores.
Our precious decor list in NY
One of NY’s best-known decor stores. The variety of products is huge and the style of things is beautiful. The brand was founded in Brooklyn here in the Big Apple for more than fifteen years and specializes in products with modern design and with an affordable price. More than 90% of West Elm products are exclusive and produced by the brand, ie: cool and affordable design. We love it!
→ 112 W 18th St; 1870 Broadway; 2 Main St, Brooklyn, New York
♦ West Elm
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This is one of our favorite stores. The design is amazing, all modern and original. RH is not a brand of its own, but it has an impeccable curation of design, taste, and style. They offer not only furniture and decoration such as rugs, fabrics and specialized products for babies, children, and teenagers. Prices are a bit higher than West Elm, for example, but a good tip is to become a member of the store, the discounts are great.
→ 935 Broadway, New York
CB2 is another big store with plenty of variety around here. Prices are good and the cost-benefit is great. With a more modern footprint, they also have a pretty cool art collection, plus the design session with collabs with artists and brands that give a more stylish touch to the pieces and collections.
→ 979 3rd Ave; 451 Broadway, New York
ABC Capet & Home
One of the most expensive options in this list, but the quality is indisputable and the SALE of the store is very good. In addition to furniture and decor ABC sells unique jewelry, beauty and wellness products and has a children’s only session with toys and books.
→ 3906 2nd Ave, Brooklyn; 888 Broadway; 881 Broadway, New York
Pottery Barn has good prices and not only modern but also has more classic products. It is the oldest on our list, starting its activity almost seventy years ago here in NY. Today the company headquarters is in San Fran. The brand is specialized in furniture and decoration, but has a large session of bed linen, towels, and kitchen utensils.
→ 1965 Broadway; 11 W 20th St, New York
If you have a modern style and are looking for decorative items, this is the place to go. The design is very cool and super exclusive. Jonathan Adler is a ceramic and designer who started making his pieces more than twenty years ago and managed to sell to Barneys. After the success, opened its first store in SoHo and today the store represents quite the “American glamor” with many shades of gold in its pieces.
→ 304 Columbus Avenue; 1097 Madison Avenue; 715 Lexington Avenue; 37 Greenwich Avenue, New York
Blu Dot is the place for those who like a cleaner and more contemporary decor, without many details and prints. Prices are very affordable with seats starting at $39! Great for anyone who wants to make a Hi-Lo in decor and mix with more exclusive pieces.
→ 140 Wooster St; 79 Madison Ave, New York
♦ Blu Dot
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If you are looking for design and exclusivity then Organic Modernism is the right place. They have various pieces of wood and bronze with a super cool design. The brand is less than ten years old but has already secured its place in the world of NYC decor – and on our list. The OM also features an interesting session of art by local artists.
→ 124 W 18th St; 203 N 11th St; 85 White St, New York
1stdibs has a different concept from all other stores. They basically connect the best shops and galleries with collectors, curators, designers and anyone who wants to buy. They sell modern pieces, vintage and super exclusive. Every week they do a special curation and select the Editor’s Picks with very cool products. The company started seventeen years ago in Paris by founder Michael Bruno who hand-selected the website sellers. Today is a paradise for those who want the most exclusive pieces that would be almost impossible to find anywhere else.
→ 200 Lexington Ave, New York
♦ 1st Dibs
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