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126 Prince St., New York, NY 10012, United States

Already a successful design icon in South Africa, Carrol Boyes brought her extensive line of house wares and decorative arts to the United States in 2004 when she opened this flagship store in SoHo. The bright, uncluttered showroom contains backlit shelves and glass tables lined with Boyes’s distinctive wares, which combine functionality, sophistication, and South African motifs, particularly stylized human forms. Typically crafted from stainless steel, pewter, or aluminum, the inventory includes everything from wine racks and water jugs to soap dishes, candleholders, clocks, and necklace pendants.

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Carrol Boyes

Already a successful design icon in South Africa, Carrol Boyes brought her extensive line of house wares and decorative arts to the United States in 2004 when she opened this flagship store in SoHo. The bright, uncluttered showroom contains backlit shelves and glass tables lined with Boyes’s distinctive wares, which combine functionality, sophistication, and South African motifs, particularly stylized human forms. Typically crafted from stainless steel, pewter, or aluminum, the inventory includes everything from wine racks and water jugs to soap dishes, candleholders, clocks, and necklace pendants.