Shopping, Design and interiors Upper East Side
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Customize locally made home decor ($99–$2,500) at this eco-friendly brand’s second NYC showroom (the first is in Sunset Park, Brooklyn). Shoppers can choose from a selection of 24 allergen- and toxin-free wood stains and colors, which are cut, designed and finished by Brooklyn artisans. Your furnishings come fully assembled and are shipped within ten days of your order. You can also shop a selection of ready-made designs, including apartment-friendly under-bed storage frames ($599–$2,000), sleek wardrobe armoires ($300–$2,049) and colorblock desks ($300–$1,000). Upgrade your bedroom with hypoallergenic mattresses ($699–$3,969), vintage-inspired matelassé coverlets ($122–$360) and sateen pillow shams ($17–$40).


Venue name: Urbangreen
Address: 236 E 78th St
New York

Cross street: between Second and Third Aves
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 10:30am–7pm, Sat 10am–6pm, Sun 11am–5pm
Transport: Subway: 6 to 77th St (Lexington Ave)
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I have been sick due to the off gassing of all the products I purchased from Urban Green. My sons' room is not inhabitable due to a custom bed built with "soy based" adhesives and particle board. My eyes burned and we have suffered health problems. Its been months and the furniture still smells. Drawers and cabinets have such a strong odor you can smell it outside the room. The company says the off gassing is a "matter of opinion". They have never apologized and only offer excuses. Almost every piece of furniture I purchased was chipped, peeling or cracked, to boot. If you have true chemical sensitivities do not purchase from here. Nothing about the furniture is allergen friendly- it's a marketing ploy. You will regret it.