ABC Carpet and Home is ten floors of home-decorating heaven. The just-opened ABC Kitchen on the lower level is a great stop to refuel after shopping. —Mary Kate Steinmiller, fashion market editor
Awesome place to find unique gifts! Really cool and quarky furniture and home goods, along with cool vintage jewelry and things for your closet! Stop in and grab a bite at ABC Kitchen while you shop!
Sex and the City happened here. "No duck decoys." This is the home and décor store where Charlotte and Bunny shopped for dust-ruffled beds.
Holy moly this place is cramazing.
The person who tipped that this place sells antiques needs to get a clue. What they sell are reproductions, and horrendously overpriced ones at that. If you like wasting money, this is your place!
Critics' Pick winner of The Village Voice Best of NYC 2012 Best Home Furnishings
I bought the entire store while decorating my new apartment, and with some of the best brussel sprouts just downstairs at ABC Kitchen, there's really no reason to ever leave ABC.
Elevator is a sucker's bet. Take the stairs.
The Conran Shop now open in the basement!
The 5th floor is my fav!! Timothy Oulton rules!!
This place has some of the most unimaginably beautiful product showcase I've ever seen. Wow.
Set aside a few hours..! & definitely have lunch at ABC Kitchen
4th floor is the best for interesting furniture. But take the elevator up to 6 for an awesome wow moment when the doors open!
Check our "raw" section in the very back right of floor 2.
Take elevator to top floor the use the stairs to go down one floor at a time. (Elevators are SLOW)
I feel about ABC Carpet & Home like some girls feel about Tiffany's. Don't miss the sale in the basement. Or the Weintraub fabrics upstairs. Love.
I wen for an even with Eve Enslerr and it was fabulous! I loved looking around the store as well. Found a beautiful dress, far too much money for me to spend on a dress unfortunately. Will be back.
RAW, a new shop hidden at the back right of the 2nd floor, carries industrial vintage and European antiques. Tons of treasures to be found.
Bronx warehouse is my tip for this store! This place is pure design sophistication. I luv the 18th st union square store, but the deals are at the bronx warehouse outlet! seriously ck it out 75% off
I call it the Mister Toads Wild Ride Emporium of Design Delights
Buy all the pretty, sustainable things.
A tasty complimentary espresso here while you browse the beautiful organic mattresses.
The elevators are slow and crowded, so take it only once to the sixth floor and then take the stairs down one floor at a time.
Enjoy an espresso or a freshly squeezes Orange juice while you shop for organic bedding.
Come see me on the 5th floor for a guided tour of our best deals!
This store is known for its enormous assortment of furniture and decor in a variety of styles.
Inspiring design ideas!
Bathroom 4th floor!
In Manhattan since the 1800's, this store is known for its enormous assortment of furniture and decor in many styles. The rug store is especially notable—bragging hard to find designers.
Luxurious and funky homewares. Visit before or after a meal at the adjoining Jean-Georges' ABC Kitchen. Don't forget the last chance/sale section downstairs.
Beauftifully done ambience
This store is like a museum. Worth a visit.
Decorating is totally delicious!
I've never been anywhere more pretentious. 40 dollars for zooms the size of baskin Robbins tasting spoons. It's like bizarro portlandia. This place is so douche it makes me want to kick a puppy
Love the bedding floor!
Restroom on the 2nd floor...good Union Sq are toilet stop ;)
Beware, you may want to buy everything.
Ensure the picture quality of that cellular device you got for not only is everything filled with whimsical trinkets but the prices are quite high. Photos supply inspiration for your own creations!
Check out Groundwork on the second floor. Incredible stuff, especially the vintage airplane pilots chairs covered in the reclaimed Brazilian truck tarp... If they're still there.
LUV IT... you must come and visit and do a walkthrough... FAB!
Go to the 6th Floor and sit on something expensive, relax and pretend it's your living room.
Their prices vary from 50 dollars to 10,000 dollars so clearly you'll have plenty of ground to cover depending on what you like.
ABC Carpet & Home does a fabulous job of accentuating with color!
Dwellstudio is the best!
This is our temple for remarkable design, a place we go about once a month just to see the movie set-like backdrop transform from one magical milieu to another. Eric Slayton's furniture stands out.
Go to the Tribal Room on 2nd floor in Carpet for a hug selection of South Asian and Middle Eastern rugs