Manhattan Home Accessories
This luxury linens Lower East side space provides embroidered items for the bed and bathroom. In addition, place mats for the dining table, baby blankets and pillows and gift items like clocks and picture frames are also available.
Droog opened in 1993 with the philosophy of designing no nonsense, down to earth home furnishings and accessories. It still does this for the very high end market and the products available are European in thinking and design with some modern ideas about practicality.
Since 1955 this company has created hand-made rugs of a traditional nature. Added to this are contemporary, tribal and Tibetan ideas and designs. The store also provides a wall to wall carpeting service as well as high end living room furniture and artistic accessories.
Indonesian hand crafted wood pieces of furniture and home accessories are the signature of this Chelsea store. Other cabinets, bookshelves, chests and nightstands as well as art objects are also available.
This furniture and home decor store brought the sail makers trade in canvas from the 1880s to retail furniture in 1964. The collection expanded into all kinds of furniture for the home including beds, chairs, tables and desks.
This is the place to go if hand embroidered luxurious place mats, napkins and bed linens are a must. The store has both traditional quality combines with contemporary designs for the bed, bath and table.
Located on Lexington Avenue, Designlush is a by appointment only showroom. It shows off its collection of handcrafted modernist designed upholstery, contemporary furniture, modern lighting and art pieces for the home.
Located on the 5th floor, this store offers a range of 100% wild silk hand-knotted carpets. Century old weaving techniques are used in the factory in China to bring luxury and a suede-like feel to these sumptuous carpets.
This quirky home accessories and gadget store has all kinds of weird and wonderful ideas including gifts, electronic equipment and audio players. It is imported from Japan and a good example of its stock is Lightalk, a scanner that displays images in the air.
This high end Tribeca store offers a range of beautifully crafted home furnishings. They have sleek lines and modern minimalist elegance and include items for the bedroom, living room and garden like lighting, sofas, beds and rugs.
Eureka, California gave birth to this company in the 1970s and it now spans the country with retail locations. The Flatiron district store carries quality bed and bath linens from Italy, hand-knotted rugs from the Far East, bath fittings cast in Italy and furniture, lighting, bath-ware, hardware, not to mention the baby and child line introduced in 2008.
This high end store in the Nolita area of Manhattan brings everything Moroccan to the streets of New York city. As well as caftans and flowing skirts pieces to decorate and adorn the home like lanterns, lamps, poofs, mirrors and tables.
The different series of furniture available at this Murray Hill Store were started in 1992. Bedrooms, Bathrooms and living rooms can all be equipped using the pieces available here.
This company started business in 1996 and continues to offer antique and new stylish lighting and chandeliers. The vintage pieces are all fully restored and the new designs are all inspired by historic pieces and ideas.
This home furnishing and design company is the brainchild of a Danish and Italian couple. The designs take urban living and combine it with European style to give an eclectic mix of practical yet elegant and funky yet contemporary furnishings for the home.
Originally in 1992 when this store was launched it was only open to the architectural design world. It is open to the public now but still focuses on working with designers to create modern forms and line within the home.
Elegant and unusual lighting fixtures come from this company formed in 1978 to explore the art and form of lighting in the home, the office, in fact almost any environment. Table lamps, floor lamps, ceiling, wall and suspension as well as outdoor lighting are all available.
Brightly colored teapots, gravy boats, bowls, plates and the like adorn the shelves of this Soho store. The designs are definitely inspired by vintage ideas and thoughts.
This store comes from Terence Conran a British home design and furniture master. As the only USA store, this space gives American dwellers who want contemporary, well made furniture and furnishings like Eames chairs, Noguchi coffee tables and Arne Jacobson tabletop pieces can find it all here.
The art and antiques at this Nolita store have been used in movies like Hitch with Wil Smith. Estate sales and flea markets are the source of some pieces and include things like farm tables, large mirrors and chandeliers.
This store combines, flowers, home decor and fragrances in one West Village space. Small pieces of furniture, desk accessories, books, bags and blankets are all available along with floral arrangements and bouquets.
Specifically designed for the bedrooms of children this furniture store carries bunk beds, car seats, high chairs, play pens and strollers. There is also a selection for the teens in the family including more schooling and study options.
Elegant, soft and high end are the designs and styles of bed linen, bath towels, robes and sleepwear presented at this West village venue. Men, women and children can benefit from the sumptuous pieces available here.
This sumptuous store provides contemporary and traditional designs and styles in its furniture. It also offers wall decor, lighting, windows, flooring and bedding.
Fabulously high end home accessories that are inspired by traditional works of art from New Delhi are on display at this Chelsea store. These are completed in metal and include platters and silverware as well as lotus flower blossom stainless steel bowls.
Plastic, plastic and more plastic, this Soho store is all about furniture and furnishings made from the synthetic material. All kinds of colors and see-through and opaque textures are on display.
All kinds of home accessories and essential items adorn this store in the East Village. That includes sofas, chairs, tables, desks, rugs and cushions as well as kitchenware and table wear sets.
This Japanese export is available across the globe and this Times Square location is in the New York Times Building. Functionality is the aim of the home accessories here with everything in muted or natural wood colors. It includes beds, baskets, tableware, stationery and clever space saving ideas.
This store features Nicole Farhi clothing and home accessories. This British fashion designer has a range of ornaments and adornments for the home as well as for men and women. There is also a cafe in this mini department style store.
This Italian company provides everything for the ultimate bedroom and night's sleep. This includes bed frames, mattresses, room decor, down comforters and materials for drapes and linens. The styles are chic and modern.
This Midtown West store has three floors and elegantly displays bedroom furniture, lighting, living room furniture, mirrors and rugs. The high end store makes all its selections based on luxury and quality.
This company began life in North Carolina in 1945 and continues to this day to build quality furniture. The designs are traditional almost antique in design influenced by European royal style and grandeur.
This UK based company has its first venture over the pond to the USA in the West Village of New York. It offers simple flattering lines to the mature women at the same time as bringing furnishings for the home that are modern and stylish.
Designing the interior of a house to make it exactly what the home owner is looking for, is this Flatiron district store's forte. Unique designs like a sofa in the shapes of a baseball glove is entirely possible here.
This Tribeca store was established in 2007 and carries furniture, antiques, accessories and lighting for the home. It has 2000 square feet to display the items that are personally handpicked by the two owners and designers.
This Italian designer kitchenware store offers the very latest in ergonomically designed items for the kitchen. This includes electrical goods and simple yet special things like knife sets.
Located in Scandinavia House, this store like to promote goods from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Sweden and Norway not surprisingly. all kinds of decorative pieces, ties, bags, jewelry, bedding, bathroom accessories and women's wear are available.
This Tribeca store carries an amazing stock of new lighting and glass shades that are all in period style or design. Art Deco lighting and hand blown light fixtures are proudly on display.
This stylish store has an eclectic mix of home furnishings and accessories from around the world. This includes tableware, bowls, dishes flatware, vases, linens and lamps.
This 18,000 square foot showroom is on the 6th floor of the Architects & Designers Building and carries the three lines of Poliform which together show off the results of modern Italian design work. Minimal yet elegant is available in beds, wall units, tables chairs and the like.
Since 1934 Scully & Scully has provided the Upper East side shoppers with all kinds of fine period furniture and porcelain, crystal, silver and enamel artistic pieces to decorate their homes. The store is on Park Avenue at 59th Street.
High end office furniture at used and cut down prices is available at this 18,000 square foot Manhattan showroom on the 7th floor. Since 1991 this company has been trading in pre-owned and refurbished desks, office chairs and the like.
This high end fashion designer produces stylish and elegant yet chic clothes for both men and women and attracts the stars as a result. The store carries ready-to-wear and made to measure and all kinds of accessories too for the well dressed man or women about town.
This company has been supplying the USA with lighting since 1972. A wide selection of fixtures and fitting sis on display at this 10,000 square foot showroom in Midtown east.
This Mexican themed store brings all kinds of folk art crafted in the traditions of Mexican design. The store is located in the East Village on 3rd Street, between 2nd Avenue and Bowery.
Some might call it over the top other simply traditional Victorian in its bright coordinated exuberant style. From tea-pots to candlesticks and plates to garden gates this store is quite a sight to see.
ADAM has high end designer ware that focuses on high quality basic clothing. So customers will see quality cotton from Peru in henleys, polos, crew necks and tank tops. Trendy yet simple furniture for the home is also available.
Pillows, throws, cushions and accents for the home are beautifully displayed at this Soho store on Crosby Street. Subtle hues of red, green, yellow and blue are available on this hand crafted pieces.
Since the begining of the 1980s Filaments has been creating custom lighting, including design, fabrication, restoration, rewiring and refinishing for the West Village in New York. Modern, and vintage as well as art deco and contemporary styles are all available.
Office furniture for those who run their business from home is available here. From elegant chairs and desks to lighting, filing, stationery and custom framing services. This is a one stop shop, similar to Staples, on Third Avenue in Midtown East Manhattan.
Simple lines and elegant contemporary pieces are display in the furniture and furnishings at this Soho store on Spring Street. Chairs, tables, sofas, stools and all the upholstery to cover them are available here.
Rayman Boozer offers a home design service that incorporates modern designs and ideas with a rustic flavor. The store has all kinds of furnishings and accessories for the home.
This store has an open feel to it and is an off shoot from Crate & Barrel which provides home furnishings across the USA. CB2 though is geared to furniture for lofts and apartments.
This Murray Hill store has the contemporary and classic designs of over 20 different designers. Simple yet curvy chairs, tables, lighting and sofas grace the showrooms.
This store offers upscale home ware and decor including Kohler interiors. It is most well known for tiles but also features fine furniture for indoors and furniture for outdoor use.
This French boutique brings the elegance of France to Chelsea in the shape of all kinds of home accessories and kitchen ware goods. From bowls to table ware and baskets to teacups it is all here.
This store offers a range of beds and bedroom furnishings fit for a king. Styles are generally modern in this large open showroom but have a classic feel too them.
This store carries Native American and other American decorative arts and crafts including quilts, textiles, furniture, paintings and weavings. Some date back to the 19th and 20th centuries other are recent pieces.
This store carries the hand made goods of Tibetan people who currently live in exhile in India and Nepal as well as goods made by Nepalese and Indians. Handmade woven jewelry, singing bowls, hand knitted hats and hats with faux fur.
Innovative and modern furnishings that continue to please long into the future. since its inception in 1938, Knoll has worked with internationally recognized artists and designers.
Bright and beautiful patterns are the signature of this designer who provides home furnishings like fabrics and wall papers. In addition, handbags, rugs and light fittings using the same or complimentary designs are also available at this 7th floor Soho store.
Beautiful living area and homes is the objective of this furniture and home furnishings store on Elizabeth Street in the Nolita area of New York. A modern solid wood furniture collection is complemented by contemporary luxury bedding made in silks and linens.
Since the 1970s this gallery has sought out unique pieces for the New York market including decorative objects, jewelry, furniture and paintings. Located in the Upper East side it offers well made pieces from the 20th and 21st century.
This 9th Avenue store in the Chelsea area of Manhattan carries a range of sumptuous and creatively designed pieces for the home. From sofas to tables to lamps and even into the totally non practical items like pillows with ostrich feathers on it Nest helps customers feather their own.
This store stocks all kinds of contemporary and unusually designed furniture for the home. This includes Italian Cecchini furniture, vintage Danish furniture and Aarnio reproductions.
This small Manhattan store, opened in 2008, is packed with all kinds of accessories for the home. It carries unusual soaps, bookends, porcelain and paperweights.
This eco-friendly, environment oriented store carries hemp and 100% natural fiber fashion ware for mostly women and the home. Although the aura is hippyish the clothing is more trendy and sophisticated than one might at first think.
Designs and styles of furniture, tiles, lighting and carpets as well as exterior garden products all from Morocco are available at this Chelsea Market store. The store is packed full of home decor ideas and many of the items can be rented too.
This brand of sofa is recognized across the USA and the gallery in Soho has a modern take on the world of reclining and relaxing places to sit. some of the latest designs from the company are on display here.
This showroom opened in 2006 with an array of furniture and furnishings from mostly Danish designers. It now also shows the work of German and Italian specialists too. Modern, clean lines and minimalist designs are on display.
At Sicis tiling is an art form that is not just relegated to the bathroom or kitchen floor. It showcases stunning wall designs in bright colors and customers can purchase their very own life size mannequin bedecked in glorious tiny tiles.
Alan Moss brings unique pieces of furniture from America and Europe to his studio. These include antique and modern items like 20th century chandeliers, mirrors, ceramics and sculptures.
This bed specialist has been fitting customers to beds since the 1920s. The company, located in the Upper West side, carries made to measure, electric beds, sofabeds and high risers and daybeds.
Ankasa is by a team who used to work with designer clothing and in 2007 opened this designer store for home furnishing. They offer an interior design service for the home or customers can visit the store and browse the many options. Things can be custom made and there are over 20 linen colors to choose from and over 70 embroidery colors.
This open and airy store offers contemporary furniture made from woods, metal and stone. Pieces are all hand made and include beds with inlays, tables, chairs and mirrors.
This store started life as a florist and the name stayed the same when it changed to a home accessories place. Customer favorites here includes animal face alarm clocks, fragrant candles and cat shaped watering cans.
This store has sleek designer wear for the home with contemporary styles and modern finishes available. Glassware, pillows, dishware lighting and tableware are available from places like from Sweden, Spain, South America and Japan.
This store offers up beds, desks, bunks, dressers, armories, night stands, cribs, upholstered hairs and glider rockers. From its location in the Upper East side it has everything younger and older kids might need to fully equip their rooms.
This furniture store opened its doors in 1989 and has continued to bring modern and original furniture to Soho. Comfort, quality and the desire to avoid trends are considerations for designs along with inspiration from dreams, history, different cultures.
This company started out in the carpet and rug business and now supplies the Murray Hill area with other accents for the home. Carefully crafted pieces from around the globe are selected and transported to the locale on Lexington Avenue.
This elegant furniture places and accent on the natural shape and design of wood following the grains and lines. Custom made pieces can be from claro walnut, black walnut, myrtle, jasmine, acacia, satinwood and ebonized Pine.
This antique-like store stocks all kinds of entertaining and whimsical goods for the home. It also has a few pieces that are new and features ocean liner memorabilia, presidential items, 1939 and 1964 World's Fair keepsakes and cartoon pieces.
This company supplies the USA with traditional and modern lighting fixtures and fittings. These illuminating products are available at this Lower East side store in Manhattan.
This store belongs to a gardening company based in Southampton. It carries all kinds of contemporary furniture and accessories for the home like desks, lighting, beds, seating and tables and chairs.
This high end store has all kinds of beautifully restored and created pieces that ooze style. With the elegant feel of Paris and a contemporary modern vibe it offers bistro style chairs alongside classic bathroom fittings.
Functional and fine furniture is the unique combination of the large pieces on offer at this designer store in Soho. THe shapes of the trees used to make the furniture are fully incorporated into the designs.
Not far from the Design and Decoration Building, this small store plays host to a number of historic pieces from Europe, mainly France. The chairs, tables, chandeliers and other decorative items date from the 1920s to the 1960s.
This organization brings all kinds of home furnishings from around the world to Midtown East Manhattan. Tibetan and Armenian hand-knotted carpets, desks, stools, tables, each piece is unique.
This eclectic collection has all kinds of goods for the home from Moroccan rugs to Hugo Guinness prints to costumes for kids. It is located in the East Village and decoupage forms a significant part of the collection of items available.
This wildly different eclectic store is about the artistic expression of its owners who display all kinds of unusual items that can adorn any living space. Paintings, photographs, sculptures, trophies and drums are some of the items on display.
Lighting is the specialty of the designer, Ingo Maurer, and he has been designing light fixtures and concepts since 1965. With the store in Manhattan opening in 1999 it is now possible for New Yorkers to view some of the creations he has to offer.
This Nolita store has been supplying Manhattan with carries lamp and light fitting shades since the 1960s. They are made from paper, linen, pure and synthetic silk, sheepskin and mica and come in all kinds of shapes and sizes including the grandest chandeliers.
The Container store is located on 6th Avenue between 18th and 19th Streets. It brings a wide range of container items for use at college, in the office, kitchen, bathroom, laundry, closet or garage as well as for travel.
The origins of this store come from little old church ladies selling old doorknobs on a street corner. It now carries all kinds of antiquities from stained glass windows to porcelain toilets.
This family owned company has been in the business of cane and rattan furniture since the early 1900s. Its traditional design date from this period but custom made pieces are also available. Its showrooms are open to the public but it only sells to designers and architects.
This Australian company started life in the markets of Sydney and now brings fashionable yet socially and environmentally conscious home accessories and jewelery to Nolita in Manhattan. The pieces are one of a kind and the collections incorporate nature and natural products.
This upscale store supplies the inhabitants of the Upper West side with accessories that light up their lives. The lighting available is from a huge range of brand designers and comes in many shapes and sizes.
European refurbished light fittings, chandeliers and lamps from the 1930s and 40s are part of this stores elegant stock. Antique dressers, mirrors and coffee tables as well as other collectibles form the rest of its sumptuous offerings.
Artimede has all kinds of unusual and usual light fittings for the home, it has a few stores across the USA including this one on Greene Street in New york. The lighting includes decorative, architectural and rezek pieces.
Giorgio Armani’s home decor store means that fans no longer need to stop at what they wear with this designer brand. It offers an interior design service as well as furnishings for the home.
Contemporary furniture for the home and offices is on display at this Battery Park Store. Beds, tables, desks, seating lighting, storage and shelving are there for the taking, or at least buying.
This eclectic mix of toys, games, plastic models and books gains much of its inspiration and product line from Japan. Trinkets and toys in vinyl, plastic and wood as well as key chains, books and magazines are available at the Lower East side location.
Bed frames are the signature product of Laytner's but they also sell the linens and items that show off their beds in the store. Furniture for the living room, bathroom and bedroom is all available at this Upper West side store.
Interior designers are on standby at this Midtown East showroom to give advice and help map out a room or indeed a whole house if necessary. Elegant European styling and furniture for bathrooms, bedrooms, home office, kitchen and living room are all available.
This family business has the classical training of mid-century furniture design and production. This means clean lines and high quality materials are used for the upscale furniture and accessories.
Custom designed and created natural fiber rugs are the ear mark of this sought after company. The high society clientele come to the fifth floor on Upper Eastside to see the entire process from start to finish if they so wish.
This store has a location at the Museum of Modern Art as well as one a good number of blocks south. It carries modern designs in its furniture, lighting, kitchen and tabletop pieces and jewelery and watches.
This very high end sofa and furniture store brings the talents of designers like Ron Arad, Carlo Colombo, Enrico Franzolini, Marc Newson, Toshiyuki Kita and Patricia Urquiola to New York. The showroom is located on Greene Street in the Soho area.
Some of the gifts in this store have practical use and many are simply quirky or unusual and decorative. They includes busts of historic figures, elegant table top ware, candlesticks and glass vases.
Islamic Art and Oriental decorative furnishings as well as artistic objects to decorate the home are all on display at this Lower East side store. Frequent trips to Morocco, Syria, Egypt, Turkey and Central Asia are what bear the fruits.
Lees is a huge showroom of over 200 brands of contemporary furniture and both modern and traditional lighting. Other home accessories are also available from this store that opened its doors in the 1960s.
This ceramics and home decor store, located in the Financial/Battery Park area of Manhattan, has limited edition pieces available. Table and floor lamps as well as other pieces are also available.
Lorraine Wohl, the owner, lives between New York and Paris and brings very high end French antiquities to this Upper Eastside boutique. Lighting, art, mirrors, small furniture and jewelry are among the eclectic mix available.
This furniture and furnishings store has been in Soho since 1987 and provides contemporary pieces from around the world. It has accessories for the home as well as jewelry and other gift ideas.
All kinds of unusual accessories for the home and to wear are available at this store and they are not all from Himalayan nations. Some items come from West African countries like Ethiopia and South American nations like Bolivia.
This purveyor of fine English and a few other European country antiques and furnishings calls Madison Avenue in Manhattan its home. Many pieces of porcelain and pottery are on display in this small store.
Alan Rosenberg has collected unique pieces of art for the home that originate from 1945 to 1965. Viewings are by appointment only at his Manhattan based small showroom.
The world travel of the owner of this design showroom and her experiences with cultures, art, architecture, literature and nature are the inspirations for the creations on show. Sofas, chairs, tables cabinets, beds and lighting are just a few of the items to peruse.
Large design challenges like restaurants and hotels find solutions at this Financial District/Battery Park location. Bright primary colors are on display in the smooth curved furniture and round edged chairs.
Powerful vacuum cleaners, air purifiers and other cleaning products and accessories are the forte of this Upper West side store. The staff are well versed in what works best where and can advise customers accordingly.
The elegant style of the embroidery on these linens for the home is popular with many. Discerning patrons include royalty around the globe, industry leaders and Hollywood's elite.
Luxurious goods for the home, particularly carpets and rugs are displayed in large quantities at this warehouse like store. This is a warehouse with chandeliers and high ceilings as well as antique carpets and modern international rugs.
This Chelsea store is about futuristic designs with bight colors and smooth curved shapes to its furniture and home decor items. Some clothing and footwear are also available here in the same futuristic styles.
This boutique sits behind the sister store Pippin Vintage Jewelery in Chelsea on 17th Street. It offers an alternative for those wanting to be eco-friendly and use re-cycled furniture, in particular it carries vintage pieces.
Carpets of exceptional quality, that are handwoven, have been the domain of this Upper East side store since 1921. Many different sizes and colors as well as both traditional and contemporary designs are available.
Beautiful items for the home is the forte of this Upper East side store. The owner combs the globe looking for special items, both new and vintage including things like fossilized ostrich eggs.
The couple who started De La Espada hailed from Porto and Madrid, Spain but were educated in London and opened their first store there in 1996. It now brings its contemporary style to Soho, New York.
Scarves and gloves in a cacophony of color adorned the displays at this Store in Soho, Manhattan. For both men and women it carries an array of luxurious cashmere as well as several throws for the home.
This Soho store provides a one-stop-shop for all things baby. This might include the stroller to push them around in, the clothes to dress them in, the tub to bathe them in or the crib to put them to sleep in.
In 2001 this high end store opened to bring unusual pieces of antique art, furniture and home accessories to a modern setting in Soho, New York. The French furniture, antique Swedish rugs and upholstered German couches are displayed in a retail space that feels like an exhibition.
Since the 1950s this store has been producing 'furniture in parts' long before the modern giants from Scandinavia were doing it. It has smart high end contemporary furniture for urban living environments.
This company has since the 1920s made hand-crafted custom and ready to buy silk, paper, and string lamp shades for New Yorkers and beyond. Traditional and more contemporary designs are in display at this Upper West side store.
All kinds of special pieces from the ocean and nature are decorated and embellished to provide decorative pieces for the home at this Upper East side store. Silver coated seashells, moose antlers carved into seahorses and mirrors decorated with seashells are some of the items available.
Straight lines and minimalism are the watch words at this Upper East side store. The brand comes from Spain and it brings chic style including canopy beds and plastic woven floor mats.
This store is a spin off from the parent company Design Within Reach. Gadgets that are practical and cool for the kitchen, office and generally around the home line the shelves.
This East Village store, located on Lafayette Street brings hand made contemporary furniture to Manhattan. Custom orders and designs are provided as well as ready to use wood furniture.
This is an eco-friendly superstore with over 3200 square feet of organic, recycled and sustainable options for the home. Encouraging green living is the goal and the Lower East side store does its part.
This contemporary furniture manufacturer has large showrooms with many design ideas mocked-up for visitors to consider. Pieces for the living, dining and bed rooms as well as office space are on display.
This store carries mid-century pieces as well as 18th and 19th century antiques and custom made home furnishings. Mirrors and Murano glass are a particular specialty of the upper East side boutique.
Subtle, soft, beautiful, clean and pure is the claim that Erica Tanov makes for her stores and her collections. She brings women's wear, bed linens and childrens' clothing to this Nolita location.
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.
This tore carries imported home decor and accessories from China, Afghanistan, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and Morocco. Items available include ethnic artifacts, textiles, ceramics, musical instruments and baskets.
This place has been open since 1986 and offers three rooms of sparkling glassware. Items available include lighting, jewelry, vases, picture frames and table and drink ware.
All kinds of home accessories and gifts from countries around the world grace this Soho store. Since 1987 it has features an eclectic collection including items like antler chandeliers and tables and Fortuny lamps.
Bobby Berk Home has stores across the USA including this one in Soho, New York. It covers all household furniture for the bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and living spaces in between.
Since its inception in 1996 this store has carried furniture, lighting, stone, and mosaics for the home. The items are simple yet elegant with a modern contemporary flair and the showroom is located on the 7th floor at 58th Street.
Frequent overseas visits by the owners bring back all kinds of sustainable objects of function and beauty for the home. The aim is to help businesses and people in less developed countries find markets for the items they produce. high end goods available include embroidered tapestries from Peru, wool throws from Italy and stone gift boxes from Vietnam.
This designer is from India and her clothes and cushions reflect this in the fabric, patterns and designs. There are no saris available but casual yet elegant clothing for men and women.
Established in 1947 this company is still focused on beautiful living spaces and homes. It has locations across the north eastern USA including this Gramercy one on 14th Street. Leather sofas to rustic wood chairs to the best quality mattresses are all available here.
This Murray Hill store carries a range of furnishings and fabrics to assist home decorators with their design choices. Sofa, chairs and ottomans can also be upholstered here and shades and blinds are also available.
The owner of this Soho area store brings unusual and usual items from Europe, India, Asia and South America to her New York base. These include modern and antique, whimsical and traditional decorative pieces.
Vintage couture is the specialty of this Soho boutique on Broome Street. Pucci, Cardin and Bob Mackie are a couple of the designers featured. The store also carries fashion accessories, jewelery and some unusual home accessories.
This store brings sleek contemporary well designed but functional furniture from Europe to Madison Avenue in Manhattan. At the high end it can fully furnish a home from top to bottom in elegant beauty.
For those wondering how to say the name of this store, Mix-ee-pliz-ik will suffice. Quirky and contemporary accessories for the home are gathered from around the world and display for the benefit of West Village shoppers.