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Barntiques

109 W. 25th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 570-881-8640; barntiques.com

The rustic tables here are beloved for their rough-hewn looks and virtual indestructibility. Available in custom sizes, The New Yorker table with tuckaway leaves on each end is ideal for a cramped apartment. $$-$$$ (eco-friendly / made in N.Y.)

Devon Shops

111 E. 27th St., nr. Park Ave. S.; 212-686-1760; devonshop.com

Makers of traditional English- and French-style furniture, this company builds pieces on-site. Clients can have club chairs and tufted sofas finished with authentic gold leaf and luxurious marble and onyx. $$$$ (consulting services / made in N.Y.)

Egg Collective

47 Hall St., nr. Park Ave., Clinton Hill; 347-889-7594; eggcollective.com

This award-winning trio of designers specializes in sleek contemporary furniture for those looking to add elegant minimalist pieces to their homes. Recent designs include a satin-brass, handblown chandelier. $$-$$$ (made in N.Y. / by appointment only)

French & Italian Furniture

999 Grand St., at Morgan Ave., Williamsburg; 718-599-5000; frenchanditalian.com

Patrick Molloy’s family business has been in operation since 1903. Over the years, the cabinetmaker has worked with top decorators, making everything from old-fashioned armoires to modern media units. $$$ (made in N.Y. / by appointment only)

The Furniture Joint

35 Great Jones St., nr. Lafayette St., second fl.; 212-598-4260; furniturejoint.com

Owner Matthew Haley welcomes all to his Nolita studio, one of the few high-quality custom-design shops that still serve walk-ins. He offers meticulously handcrafted furniture along with restoration and refinishing services, upholstery, millwork, and window treatments. $$ (made in N.Y.)

Joseph Biunno, LTD.

21-07 Borden Ave., Ste. 302, Long Island City; 718-729-5630; antiquefurnitureusa.com

Have seven Sheraton dining chairs and need one more made? Joe’s your guy. He specializes in beds and chairs that require turning, carving, and molding expertise. Hire him to do a simple straight-backed chair or something more ambitious, like a heavily carved Chippendale style.$$$

Palo Samko

63 Flushing Ave., nr. 4th St., Bldg. 3, Ste. 1104, in the Brooklyn Navy Yard; 718-744-8898; palosamko.com

Samko uses traditional furniture-making techniques to handcraft his clean contemporary tables, nightstands, chairs, and cabinets from solid woods and recycled materials. He also constructs a select number of home accessories, including a glass-encapsuled analog desktop clock and an array of circular wood-framed mirrors. $$-$$$ (ecofriendly / made in N.Y.)

Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers

699 Madison Ave., nr. 63rd St., second fl.; 212-753-7005; thosmoser.com

This family-owned company’s showroom displays custom, handcrafted classic furniture made from American black cherrywood, black walnut, maple, and ash. All pieces are produced in the company’s Maine workshop, so allow 12 to 16 weeks for custom orders. $$$ (eco-friendly)

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