Inside Edition: 3 Best Design Stores

The Editors | February 9, 2017 | Feature Features

Big brands—from a 100-plus-year-old design icon to the retail outpost of a museum that celebrates the previous century—made a big impact in NYC this year. Here are three must-visit design stores.
SITTING PRETTY The Eames armchair from Herman Miller comes in a plethora of styles (from $549).

1. For the first time in its 110-year history, all of the Herman Miller brands can be found under one roof. The new flagship building contains textiles from Maharam, furnishings from Geiger, modern pieces from Design Within Reach and, of course, the full Herman Miller line itself. 251 Park Ave. South

2. After three months of renovations last year, the MoMA Design Store in Midtown is back and brighter than ever (literally—the refit included opening the windows to allow in more natural light). Inside, custom-built fixtures are tailored to tell stories of the store’s curator-approved wares. 44 W. 53rd St.

3. Designer Elad Yifrach brings his refined aesthetics to the West Village in L’Objet’s first branded NYC location. The boutique features luxe yet functional home goods, artisanal gifts, glassware and more, all handpicked by Yifrach to speak to New Yorkers’ sophisticated tastes. 370 Bleeker St.


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