Soho is known for its luxury stores and pop culture appeal. The neighborhood has become home to many residents and business offices. The industrial design of the buildings and iron clad outlines leave a lot of room for design options. As the retail landscape in the area continues to evolve, retail stores with home items, decorative pieces and furniture continue to grow. Here’s a list of a few items that can be found without leaving the neighborhood.
Home and Office Furniture - Finding stylish quality furniture has become a lot easier within Soho over the years. Crate and Barrel at 611 Broadway offers contemporary and transitional furniture, home items and decor. Room and Board located at 105 Wooster Street, offers design assistance and an array of furniture offerings from full sofas to lamps. The styles are suitable for home and office use. If you’re looking for more of a unique feel, try Design Within Reach, Armani Casa and Andrianna Shamaris stores for luxurious and rare decorative items.
Art - If you love wall art and are looking for some uniques pop culture and street art items, try visiting local street vendors scattered along the streets of Soho. If you looking for more traditional and transitional art, try visiting Tyler Hays at 5 Crosby Street and the MoMa Design Store (home and office products and accessories based on the Museum of Modern Art) at 81 Spring Street.
Home Decor - Many of the stores in the area carry a lot of different home accessories, even if home isn’t the store’s speciality. Among the most luxurious places to buy home items including crystal, hand blown glass and antiques are Tiffany & Co at 97 Greene Street (by order only) Barneys New York at 116 Wooster Street, Bloomingdales at 504 Broadway and Gallery BAC at 16 Crosby Street.
These are just a few offerings from the neighborhood. The landscape of Soho is constantly changing. Take a stroll through the area and you’ll likely find something new.