The 10 Best Home Decor Stores in NYC
You can never not find something in New York. Whether it’s food, clothing, furniture, decor, home goods, art, accessories, etc., New York has got it all. But because you have so many options, it can sometimes be overwhelming to find what you’re looking for. Therefore, I figured if you had a guide on what stores sold what, and what made certain stores popular, you’d have a better idea of where you should go. This way, you’d spend less time trying to stop in at every store you think would have what you want and spend more time at places you know for sure have what you want. Because this is a home decor blog, I stuck to listing home decor stores in New York. But as always, if you have a question regarding another subject such as fashion or art, I am here to talk. My email is in my about page. I look forward to hearing your feedback & questions!
1. ABC Carpet & Home
For all things interior design, you must check out ABC Carpet & home. With 6 floors dedicated to core elements in design such as lighting, furniture, accessories, kitchen & more, it’s quite difficult to not be inspired. Plus, the store is set up in an extremely visually pleasing way, making the experience all the more unique. It’s like going to a museum to shop for your home.
888 Broadway, New York, NY 10003
2. MOMA Design Store
Besides getting to experience the awesome museum that is the MOMA, the gift shop is just as impressive. With two locations, one in SoHo and another across from the museum in midtown, the store sells original pieces made by famous artists as well as unique works that were inspired from pieces in the museum.
81 Spring St A, New York, NY 10012
11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019
3. Bergdorf Goodman
For those that don’t know, there’s much more to do at BG than shop & eat. Located on the 7th floor is a space devoted to all things home. Between unique collaborations, high end brands, low key artisans & more, you will not be disappointed. And if you think you’ve seen incredibly curated places, just wait until you see BG.
754 5th Ave, New York, NY 10019
4. France & Son
If minimalism or maximalism are your thing, you have to check out France & son. Located in the heart of Chelsea, this store will make you want to redecorate your entire home. If you don’t walk out having purchased something, I guarantee you will have at least gained an experience and educated your eye.
122 W 18th St, New York, NY 10011
5. Herman Miller
For all things mid-century, Herman Miller is your place. With 7 seven floors of furniture, textiles, decor & more, your eyes will have a ball.
251 Park Ave S, New York, NY 10010
6. The Future Perfect
Unlike the stores I’ve mentioned above, rather than having multiple floors of showrooms & offering you a variety of home related products, this is a space where emerging designers showcase their one of kind unique & functional pieces. For those curious about design and the intricacies of it, you must check out the future perfect.
55 Great Jones St, New York, NY 10012
For all my lighting and furniture connoisseurs, rejuvenation’s showrooms are it! Located in the flatiron district, it’s a perfect spot to stop into after you’ve grabbed a bite at the famous eataly!
3 W 20th St, New York, NY 10011
For my contemporary lovers, matter is for you. It is known as “an exhibition at the intersection of design and craftsmanship.” It is not only a space to find unique and beautiful decor, but also a space to gain inspiration and discuss all things design. I especially love Matter because I am a big fan of Sabine Marcelis, who sells some of his famous works there.
405 Broome St, New York, NY 10013
9. Jung Lee
If you can imagine a party planners many ideas mashed into a store, it’s the Jung Lee store. She is an over the top party planner who is here to bring all your home related dreams to life. Try not to get overwhelmed with her unique items & store curation.
25 W 29th St, New York, NY 10001
A three floor top of the line appliance store that lets you try things before you buy them. Now where else could you do that? Yep, I couldn’t think of another place either.
200 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10012