This home furnishing company started life in 1958 and continues to supply quality goods for the home from its location in the Time Warner Center. Items for the kitchen, living room, bedroom, home and office are 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.
The Japanese renowned for the quality of their knives and so it seems right that stylish and elegant ones are available at this Financial district location. It stocks over 500 different knives and many that are made in centuries old family factories.
This company is based in Beijing, China and brings a vast array of Chopsticks that each have a story attached to them. The store is in the Chinatown district of New York on Mott Street.
This tightly packed little store is able to supply to both professional chefs and would be chefs in their home kitchen. Cabinets, counters, cutlery, blenders, knives and everything else imaginable for the kitchen are available..
This is a store that was established in 1918 and still harks back to the days when retail stores were cramped full of as much merchandise as could be squeezed into a space. This feeling of yesteryear is not reflected in the goods, which are all the latest Hi-Tec kitchen appliances, and the staff who are up-to-date and know their products.
This gourmet food store carries fresh fish, cheese, cakes and cookies. In addition it has an extensive array of kitchen ware goods like pans and knives as well as electrical equipment.
This open store with its trendy visible pipes and air conditioning ducts on show above stocks kitchen equipment for cooking gurus and would be chefs. Prices range from top notch to reasonable and the staff will answer questions about items with complete honesty.
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.
The owner of this Soho store hails from South Africa and it carries gifts, flatware, tableware and some furniture. The products are made from pewter, aluminium and stainless steel, in combination with leather and wood.
This kitchenware store hails from Seattle and brings a wealth of style and creativity to the the kitchen. It includes items to make the gadget collector squeal with delight as well as cook books and more standard kitchen requirements.
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.
Budding chefs, accomplished masters and the less experienced but enthusiastic kitchen hound will find a delightful array of products to browse here. The store, on the 11th floor, is in the Murray Hill/Kips Bay area of Manhattan and carries all the latest modern and high-tech kitchenware.
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.
Bridge Kitchenware has a wide range of up market kitchen gear including the latest gadgets as well as standard stuff. Copper, steel, porcelain, glass, earthenware and electronics grace the shelves.