Friday, January 21, 2011

Chic in New York: Etos

I've written about Etos before but they have recently renovated their space and it's definitely worth another look.  The store is owned by Mercedes Desios and Alberto Villalobos who met while they were students at the New York School of Interior Design.  They share not only a store but an interior design business and the chicest sense of style.  Mercedes is Italian and Alberto is Colombian and it seems like they are always flying off somewhere exotic to source for the shop and holiday.  They are not only talented but honestly two of the nicest people I've ever met.  Their travels mean the shop is an eclectic mix of antiques, accessories and new pieces.  I especially love the pre-Colombian bowls that Alberto brings back from visiting his family.  I hope you'll stop by the next time you're downtown. 

Etos
67 East 11th Street
New York, NY 10003
212-673-3056



Mercedes Desios and Alberto Villalobos

























Photos by Heather Clawson for Habitually Chic

19 comments:

Sheri @ Make It POP! said...

What is that glass spherical thingy in the 6th pic down? I love it, what every it is. Wish they had a store in Chicago!
Sheri

abode love said...

I would love to play house for a day in such a beautiful and inspiring store! Thanks for sharing!

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Kathy said...

Ahhh to be in New York and have access to such a place......oh well...Thanks for sharing ....k

jones said...

OH!!! They get it. This is amazing cross-cultural timeless inventory and design. Pure heaven! Thanks for highlighting this super team.

Luciane at HomeBunch.com said...

This is a fabulous post and I'm so glad I came here today... love all the neutral tones and well it flows.

I hope you have a fun weekend... stay warm! :-)

xo


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signingworks said...

I just found your blog, love all the gorg decor! Such great ideas :)

Rebekah said...

Loving the gray and taupe color schemes. So clean and very English!

Tonia of Chic Modern Vintage said...

**sigh** I love it all that's the sad part.

tdclassicist said...

The store looks very promising. It is always great to learn if a new source. __ The Devoted Classicist

SHERRY HART said...

Hmmm...looks like a fabulous store. Next time I am in NYC I will be sure to visit. Thanks!

Renee Finberg said...

what a great shop!!
i could use many many things for clients there.

there is not much down here like that shop.
xx

susan r. said...

Gorgeous, putting this on my list. I want that green horse!

Pablo said...

I love that shop!

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ArchitectDesign™ said...

It's gorgeous, I have to stop in next time I'm in the city!

thebroguetrader said...

I want it all! Great photos!

http://thebroguetrader.blogspot.com

Pam said...

The new Etos store is beyond chic. I could totally live there.

A.J.Barnes said...

I love the product and how they have styled the space. I haven't had a 'favorite' since Coconut Company closed, so maybe Etos will fill that slot. I'll be checking it out next time I'm in the city!

www.ajbarnesonline.blogspot.com

Danielle Boudrot said...

fabulous pictures! thank you for this post! A wonderful look at this ultra stylish store through your eyes!

Diane Bergeron said...

Great use of the table lamps, loving the look! Gosh, I miss New York! But I certainly don't miss the weather...Sunny and Blue skies in Australia!

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