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ABC Carpet & Home, New York City
(3.8/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This store is amazing. Everthing is so inspiring that you will want to redo your home. Staff is super friendly and helpful. Especially Treyvon! Great person. 
  • I love this place . Plain and simple . Beautiful jewelry, accessories, furniture, you name it. Handmade things. 
  • My son and I were visiting NYC and stopped into ABC Carpet to buy a few gifts for people on our Christmas list. The decorations for the holidays are spectacular! So fun and festive and tons of gift id...  more »
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  • Very expensive. Very high end. Unique selection. Constantly changing. It may be possible to get the same products or possibly better products elsewhere, but the convenience here is worth it if you can afford it.
  • A crazy cool store with fabulous products for the home. Went here for the baby section and wanted to leave with everything they had for sale. I didn't have a spare $1,000,000 so I had to settle for a couple of blankets, onesies, and swaddles. Still couldn't get out of there for under a few hundred dollars. It might be possible to find something hidden that's under $100, but it would be quite the challenge. Found some amazing candles that burn great and smell uniquely special. They were also $100. It is too easy to spend all day browsing the multiple levels of crazy amazing products, but come in with a fresh credit card or a big time winning lottery ticket. It's worth it.
  • Overpriced without the quality to back it up. For their furniture pieces, the metal is obviously cheap brass, and they intentionally choose not to disclose the kinds of woods used. Intricate patterns in their glassware are also just done with printed vinyl backings, so if you look close enough you can see the printing dots. Of course, none of these go for less than $1000. Honestly even if I could take anything I wanted from the store for free I'd want none of it, let alone pay 20x the fair price for it.
  • A must stop for anyone trend forecasting and interested in seeing the artisan wares in a thoughtfully curated and every changing setting. Many expensive breakables and fragile items, especially on the first floor, so you might want to make the trip without the kids. If you love chandeliers, you'll get your fix!
  • It's a beautiful place just to spend time the fact that you can bring things home from there all the better