Gramercy Home – shop tour

September 3, 2010

Gramercy Home, I cannot describe how much I adore this shop: amazing linens and bedding, gorgeous table settings and glassware,  inspiring bedroom and living room vignettes, and the most beautiful hostess gifts that will make you the hit of any party.  The shop truly lives up its namesake and iconic Manhattan neighborhood, Gramercy Park, while infusing elegant southern charm and spirit.  Every time I am back in Atlanta I make a point to pop in and see what goodies they have in store, and a few weeks ago I was in for a little photo shoot.  Here is a little blog window-shopping.

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The Perfect Robe

My obsessions with Gramercy Home all started with a robe.  Not just any robe, the perfect white, waffle robe with my initials monogrammed in white.  Now robes are not necessarily the most glamorous of garments, but the perfect white robe, well, that is a rare treasure.  This one met all the criteria: crisp, clean, soft and comfortable.

The infamous robe

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Inspired Shopping

All the goodies that lie within the shop seem to further emulate that perfect white robe feel.

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Linens

They change their bed linen designs every six weeks and are always plush and cool.  I just love this Liberty of London peacock print.

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And this nautical bedroom mixed with an eclectic  Indian print and pops of orange is it to die.

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Table Settings

Great table setting designs and ideas.

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Lamps and Lighting

They even carry lamps by Jill Rosenwald which can be ordered in custom colors and designs.  Jill’s studio is in that same Boston studio space as Elements of Style, Jessica Sutton Graphic Design and New Brahmin and is a ceramic wonderland.  (All these amazingly creative entrepreneurial woman in one place…there must be something in the water.)

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Goodies Galore

My mother always taught me to have a ready supply of hostess gifts and goodies in the house.  You never know when you may get invited somewhere and a good southern girl never shows up empty handed.  I stock up at Gramercy regularly.  Here are some of my favorites.

Bud vases, frames and little ceramic jars

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Monogrammed tea towels and french soaps

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Don’t forget the baby. Gramercy has a full baby and nursery section.  The knitted animals are just too cute.

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Definitely make a point to stop by if you are in the Atlanta area and tell them I said hi.  Even the map how to get there is adorable.

GramercyMap.pdf

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I hope you all have a wonderful Labor Day weekend.

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10 Responses to “Gramercy Home – shop tour”

  1. Sarah,

    OMG…these pictures are so fantastic!!! Thank you so much for posting these fabulous photos on your blog and for your time in taking them!!!!!! I am so sad I missed you in the shop while you were there.

    These are truly awesome!!! Thank you, thank you!!!

    Jenny

  2. Gramercy said

    Sarah, what a beautiful round up of photos and such a sweet post! You are the kindest!! I really love the collection of photos on the various backgrounds. You provided such an artistic touch! We always look forward to your Atlanta visits!!!

  3. Did you photograph that table setting for my benefit??? ;)

    What an amazing store…I love shopping where everything is unique, artfully designed and oozing of class and style.

    Thanks for sharing!

  4. I have been dying to get to Atlanta to see the store and meet the Gramercy girls! Love your photos!!

  5. julie said

    I’m so annoyed I live on the West Coast, because I would LOVE to visit Gramercy someday. It’s lovely!

  6. How lovely! Thank you so much for the amazing tour! xo

  7. Love the pillow ! Loved “virtual shopping at Gramercy!
    PS I didn’t see my comment I e-mailed yesterday :( so i am resubmitting!
    Hope I didn’t disqualify myself!

  8. Martini said

    So inspiring. I’m redocorating my bedroom so I’ve been looking everywhere for inspiration for a color scheme, linens, you name it. This will really help me figure out which direction to go!

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