Caroline Beaupère, principal, Caroline Beaupère Design
David Wiseman’s decorative objects and installations at R 20th Century Gallery are simply breathtaking. Wiseman’s work makes any room spectacular. 82 Franklin St., nr. Broadway; 212-343-7979.
Adelaide is my top source for Art Deco items. Not only does it have an amazing selection of original furniture pieces, but it also carries gorgeous decorative objects, mirrors, frames, and glassware. I found the perfect martini glasses there. 702 Greenwich St., at 10th St.; 212-627-0508.
Trove takes a new approach to wallpaper. The store is so innovative—the patterns are artistic, glamorous, and unexpected. 214 W. 29th St., nr. Seventh Ave., Ste. 1201; 212-268-2046.
Lacanche’s red, yellow, and blue stoves are every chef’s dream—they’re the perfect mix of French craftsmanship and timeless design. Art Culinaire represents the brand and just opened its New York showroom. Ask for Elisa—she’s amazing. 1133 Broadway, nr. W. 25th St., Ste. 203; 646-358-4344. By appointment only.
Charles Jouffre is a master upholsterer. He provides the highest level of craftsmanship when it comes to wall décor, custom upholstery, window treatment. 459 W. 18th St., nr. Tenth Ave.; 212-247-7194.
Everything at Ochre radiates beauty and glamour, but the elongated 112-bud chandelier from the Seed Cloud installation stole my heart. 462 Broome St., nr. Greene St.; 212-414-4332.
Flessas Design has an incredible collection of furniture, lighting, and accessories from the thirties through the seventies. I created a room around a beautiful pair of sixties-era sconces, discovered there during one visit. 1285 Madison Ave., nr. 92nd St.; 212-289-8484.