Great conversion! By the way, I will be going for a trip to NYC in July, and was wondering if you could give any hints on the "must see" interior stores in Manhattan..? Any type of shop, which is known for its shop design or such? Would be grateful for your answer :)
Hi Katja! That's wonderful! NYC is constantly changing, but i can definitely send you a tour list of said shops. There's too many to mention but i can definitely try to condense it to my top favorites. I'll keep you posted. X, Kris
Thank you Kris for your help :) A condensed list would be great, really appreciate your effort! There is so much to see in NYC, I realize that, and in a week it is just impossible to see it all :)
Hej Katja, I have put together a condense NYC list for you. It is mostly interior shops, but I have also included other boutiques because of the brilliant architecture or visual merchandising. Some hotel lobbies and restaurants are great as well.In no particular order:ABC Carpet & HomeAeroAvenue RoadEspassoWyethGoods for the StudyOchreAreaThe Future PerfectDesign Within ReachJonathan AdlerJ'adore ClicHere are fab chain stores:Room & BoardCB2Restoration HardwareMoma Store (they carry brands like HAY, as well as iconic mid-century furniture)West Elm AnthropologieMUJIBoutiques:Dover Street MarketComme des GarconsMaison MargielaLe LaboEnjoy!Kris
It's great to see the nice boutique hotels as well such as the following:The Crosby HotelThe Ace HotelWythe HotelThe StandardX,Kris
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