Are into antique home décor and like to explore private collections that were brought to life and gathered throughout several years? Then, The Upper Rust is the place for you to go!
We all know that New York City is know for so many different things. From being the home of fantastic fashion designers and the school for bring up the most amazing chefs to the place to explore all your senses through breathtaking landscapes.
But, our beloved New York City also houses some of the most unique home décor and antique stores! And in brief, we love them all! There are stores for every pocket and style, so regardless of what you need, you’ll find it!
Talking about antiques, we love uncovering the best, rare and many times, secret little spots. Moreover, we love purchasing that one-of-a-kind piece that will transform your home!
Located in Greenwich Village, The Upper Rust is a place we love to browse, but we have to alert, it’s hard to leave the store empty handed!
In 2002 Kevin Bockrath put together this unique and extensive collection of antique items. He also added strange finds he’d gathered along several years.
In his store, you’ll be able to find private collections of jewelry, full china sets, painted mirrors and numerous home accessories. It’s literally a paradise for vintage and antique lovers. Plus, do you hate visiting a friend’s house and seeing that same décor item in their living room? Then, this is the place for you!
Run out there to find reasonably priced treasures waiting to be unearthed.
We just love spending time slowly walking through the store and discovering new cool items to beautify our homes! Antique home décor stores are always on the top of our exploration list!
For people coming to New York City to shop with the objective of redecorating your homes or furnishing your new place, our experts can help you around!
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Hours: Daily 12pm – 7pm
Location: 143 7th Avenue South
Photo Credits: Courtesy of The Upper Rust and HabituallyChic.