This colossal eight floor space is chock full of everything and anything you could possibly need for the Manhattan home. With an inventory that spans everything from high-Victorian fainting couches to Indonesian opium beds to 600-thread count embroidered bed linens to dazzling chandeliers and, oh yeah, carpets. It's hard not to find something you absolutely must have after a long day's shopping.
No, this is not a repeat listing for ABC at 888 Broadway. Aside from that eight story palace of goods, ABC has a few separate locations for other purposes. This one is devoted just to carpeting and rugs. An absolutely huge selection is available in all types and styles. The presentation may be lacking but service is generally good and the selection can't be beat.
With the feel of an actual urban apartment (well, a really tidy, well-decorated one anyway), the accessories and home furnishings displayed in this quintessential design gallery has the feel of a private home. From classic to modern and more modern still, it's worth a trip, if only for inspiration.
This small florist was rated one of the city's best in a Zagat Survey. Why? They offer a great selection of fresh-cut flowers, and their trained floral designers will customize an arrangement to suit any style or occasion.
The audio equipment from this Danish manufacturer is so artfully designed that there are those who buy it for the look as much as the performance. No need to worry, though, B&O delivers top quality engineering in museum-quality finishings. With many of their designs featured at the MOMA, they also make excellent video gear and telephones as good as they are aesthetically pleasing.
For over a century, Charles P. Rogers has been the place to go if you like your beds intricate and metal. Custom crafted from wrought iron and brass, there are a few contemporary designs, but most have been crafted the same way for over a century and exemplify pure Victorian style.
If your idea of the perfect chair is a leather-tufted high back, you've come to the right place. Domain makes traditional pieces that exude the feeling of an exclusive men's club or formal library. And if this location isn't convenient, they also have branches on the upper east and west sides.
This store is owned and operated by Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich, both renowned experts of Italian food and wine. The selection features hard-to-find Italian labels and rare vintages. They also have an elegant party space used for tastings and private parties.
If you've ever found yourself wondering how a kitchen could cost over $100,000, these folks will show you how. For those who take their cooking seriously, this is the place to buy stainless steel and ceramic-laden appliances, convection ovens, double sinks and more. The staff is not only knowledgeable, but exceedingly courteous and down-to-earth.
The Hudson River esplanade has led many a happy biker to wheel their way from Chelsea to the southern tip of Manhattan. If you are sadly bikeless, help is on the way. Bikes and trikes for dudes and tykes, they've got it all, from the mountain variety to the run-of-the-mill 10-speeder.
No, the clothes at this women's shop aren't all black and white, despite the store's name. Noir carries several different domestic and European lines, including Ghost. They also feature a better than usual selection of scarves, jewelry and other accessories.
Menswear with color. A showcase for items by Brit designer Paul Smith, the approach is to take classic styles and patterns and re-invent them through splashy colors. The result is anything but conservative and dull. If you want to take business dress to an entirely new level, this is your place.
This is the downtown showroom for one of the most esteemed kitchen manufacturers in the world. The oldest name in state-of-the-art European appliances, they set the standard for stellar function and sleek, modern design. Primarily known for their stainless steel models, if you are serious about cooking, a visit to this showroom is de rigueur.
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