1978n saw the start of this designer home wear store. The creativity here is about making things look stylishly recycled. Mirrors, chrome wear, lighting, handles and all kinds of decorative accessories are displayed elegantly.
DIY enthusiasts will be surprised to find this hardware store on Par Row in the Financial district of Manhattan. It will be a pleasant one as this place has been here since 1920 and continues to provide all kinds nails, screws, wood carving tools and hacksaws.
This store has been owned and operated by the same family since 1971. It has a wide range of paints, electrical goods and home repair items as well as stocking and recycling energy-efficient light bulbs and a line of environmentally friendly paint.
True Value Hardware is a co-op of independent hardware store owners that allows them to compete with a strong buying power. They offer a true local hardware experience with service and products to help the local neighborhood DIY enthusiast.
This family operation began life back in 1884 when it sold linseed oil to the locals. From the humble beginning it now stocks all kinds of things for the DIY enthusiast to the professional builders.
DIY experts and newbies can enjoy the choice of something akin to home Depot at the 1st Avenue location in the East Village. Tools, supplies, everyday cleaning items and a few decorative pieces are all available here.