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230 Fifth Avenue New York MarketCenter

230 Fifth Ave., nr. 27th St., 212-689-6301; 230fifthave.com

Originally known as the Lighting Building and built in 1914, this showroom space for home-industry wholesalers operates primarily in the value category and also has vendors selling general merchandise, toys, dolls, and gourmet food. $$$ (trade only)

Aero Studios

419 Broome St., nr. Lafayette St.; 212-966-1500; aerostudios.com

This two-floor space is decorated in designer Thomas O’Brien’s signature warm modernist aesthetic, with mid-century pieces (some reupholstered) plus contemporary lighting and accessories. $$$ (consulting services)

An American Craftsman

790 Seventh Ave., at 52nd St.; 150 W. 55th St., nr. Seventh Ave.; 212-399-2555; anamericancraftsman.com

The store’s exclusively American-made ceramic, wood, and glass works range from functional tables and chairs to more whimsical items like colorful handblown-glass vases, jewelry boxes, and wrought-iron clocks. $$-$$$

Andrianna Shamaris

261 Spring St., nr. Varick St.; 212-388-9898; andriannashamarisinc.com

Shamaris gained a cult following by sourcing huge slabs of reclaimed teak from exotic locales like Sumatra, Sumba, and Borneo and retooling them into one-of-a-kind pieces. $$-$$$ (ecofriendly)

Antony Todd

44 E. 11th St., nr. University Pl.; 212-529-3252; antonytodd.com

Todd’s contemporary creations—simple, lacquered coffee tables, X-leg stools, and Lucite chandeliers—are interspersed with restored antique sofas, carpets, and objets d’art from around the world. $$$-$$$$ (consulting services)

Architects & Designers Building

150 E. 58th St., nr. Lexington Ave.; 212-644-2766; adbuilding.com

The A&D Building is New York’s ultimate showroom resource for the entire home, featuring 35 rooms (spanning 200,000- plus square feet) that specialize in kitchen, bath, tile, stone, appliances, and fixtures. Brands include Poggenpohl, B&B Italia, SieMatic, Poliform, and Sub-Zero/Wolf Appliances, among others. Open to the public and the design trades. $$$ (trade only)

Arhaus

410 W. 13th St., at Ninth Ave.; 212-337-9853; arhaus.com

For those in search of an upscale aesthetic at affordable prices, Arhaus is a good bet. Dining tables are done in oak and walnut, and upholstered bed frames are attractive and classic. $$-$$$

Armani/Casa

979 Third Ave., nr. 58th St., Ste. 1424, in the Decoration & Design Building; 212-334-1271; armanicasa.com

Giorgio Armani’s home-décor line takes the designer’s minimalist style to the next level. Furnishings, like a forest-print dressing screen or a sculptural bed, are a nod to Near and Far Eastern traditions (especially Japanese). There are tableware and textiles, too. $$$$ (consulting services)

Atelier Interior Design

200 Lexington Ave., nr. 33rd St., Ste. 202; 212-696-0211; atelier-nyc.com

This ecofriendly company’s selection of European furniture, lighting, and accessories proves that impeccable design can be both sustainable and luxurious. The experienced team will show you how to tie a room together using their Italian-made chest of drawers and modular sofas. $$$ (by appointment only)

Atlas Industries

339 Douglass St., nr. Fourth Ave., Gowanus; 845-391-8855; atlaseast.com

Atlas is known for as4, its handmade modular furniture system, which features shelving, file drawers, and sliding bins that can be configured to suit any space. The showroom’s few freestanding pieces include a chair first commissioned by Wallpaper magazine. $$$ (by appointment only)

B Moore Design, Inc.

385 Atlantic Ave., nr. Bond St., Boerum Hill; 718-369-9494; bmooredesign.com

Designer Barbara Moore’s showroom and studio houses chic contemporary furnishings—such as silk ottomans and beds with tufted leather headboards—that are fully customizable. $$$

B&B Italia

150 E. 58th St., nr. Lexington Ave.; 138 Greene St., nr. Houston St.; 212-758-4046; bebitalia.it

This Italian company draws from design talent worldwide, stocking seating from Patricia Urquiola and bookshelves by Japanese industrial designer Naoto Fukasawa. Prices may be steep, but the wares are top quality. $$$$

BDDW

5 Crosby St., nr. Grand St.; 212-625-1230; bddw.com

The simple, high-end design here embraces American heritage. Solid woods are treated by hand with natural oils and finishes, resulting in heirloom-quality pieces that the next generation will be thrilled to inherit. $$$$ (ecofriendly)

Birch Lane

birchlane.com

Thisdécor site from Wayfair offers crisp duvets, leather ottomans, and natural-fiber rugs meant to be layered with other finds. Larger items like sofas and cherry-veneer sideboards are also for sale, and can be personalized using the online shop’s custom-upholstery service.

Blatt Billiards

330 W. 38th St., nr. Ninth Ave.; 212-674-8855; blattbilliards.com

Billiard tables are built or refurbished on-site at this cavernous store, which also displays antique and high-end tables. Accessories like cue tips, darts, chess sets, and playing cards complete the mix. $$-$$$$ (made in N.Y.)

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