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What's Left to Grab at Gracious Home Closeout Sale

By  Emily Frost and Shaye Weaver | December 9, 2016 6:17pm | Updated on December 12, 2016 8:30am

 The store is having an "everything must go" sale at both its Upper East and Upper West Side locations. 
At Gracious Home, "Everything Must Go"
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UPPER WEST SIDE — Three weeks into the Gracious Home closeout sale, and there's still plenty of inventory left at the store's Upper East and Upper West Side outposts — with 25 percent off the already-reduced prices. 

Employees at the upscale home goods store said the business is restructuring, so the stores are clearing out everything from paper towels to high-end air conditioners.

A manager at the Upper West Side store declined to comment Friday on the brand's future, but said the sale doesn't have a firm end date yet. 

Upper East Side Shopper Anastasia Saltarelli, 32, walked out of the Third Avenue store Friday with a couple of bags in tow.

"I was expecting to do all of my Christmas shopping here, but there's been a run on everything," she said. "They didn't have basics, but I got candleholders and plates on sale."

Gracious Home has faced competition from brick-and-mortar stores like Bloomingdale's on the East Side and Lowe's on the West Side, as well as online retailers like Wayfair, CEO Dottie Mattison said in a Crain's New York interview last year. In 2010, the company filed for bankruptcy.

Upper East Side shopper Lilly Rukha, 43, made out with bags of sheets at the Third Avenue store Friday, but still paid a hefty price.

"[The prices are] still very high," she said. "I'm not rich-rich, more middle class, and this is just expensive, but I love their stuff." 

Here's what was still available on deep discount at the two stores as of Friday (prices listed reflect discount plus the additional 25 percent off):

Upper West Side location
1992 Broadway, at West 67th Street

► Faux flowers, 65 percent off

► Black, White and Silver tapers, $0.97 each 

► Winter salt, safe for pets, $5.19 - $7.99

► Potting soil bags, $2.40 each

► Firewood bundles, $4.50 each

► Microwaves, $119-$209

► Gracious Home Citrus Mint candle, $19.25 

► 8x10 marble frames, $36.75

► Friedrich air conditioner, $540 (originally $1,199)

► Silverware, 65 percent off

► Cleaning supplies, 65 percent off

► Bathroom waste baskets, 65 percent off

► Six floor sample headboards, between 55 and 65 percent off

► Decorative pillows, 65 percent off

► Weber charcoal grills, $44.70

► Nespresso Machines, 55 percent off

► Lamp shades, 75 percent off

► Electrical supplies and bulbs, 85 percent off

► Paint, 85 percent off

Upper East Side locations
1220 and 1201 Third aves.

► Christmas ornaments​, 40 percent off
1220 Third Ave.

► Pringed Bauhaus Throw, originally $695, now 40 percent off
1201 Third Ave.

► Sumptuous towels, 40 percent off
1201 Third Ave.

► Bed linens, 40 percent off
1201 Third Ave.

► Citrus mint candles, originally $55, now 40 percent off
1220 Third Ave.

► Patterned china, 40 percent off
1220 Third Ave.

► Cuisinart Wine Dual Zone Cellar, originally $299, now 40 percent off
1220 Third Ave.