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233 Norman Ave., nr. N. Henry St., basement level, Greenpoint; 917-402-7689;

Custom cabinetry here is made from wood, metal, glass, and plastic and is available for both residential and commercial projects. Some of the work is done in-house, some by outside designers. $$$ (ecofriendly / made in N.Y.)


200 Lexington Ave., nr. 33rd St., Ste. 910, in the New York Design Center; 212-838-1630;

The Brueton showroom attracts those looking for contemporary furniture with a capital C. Low, long sofas with steel legs, chairs with dramatic angles, and geometric tables are all spiced up with Art Deco embellishments. $$$

Bunny Williams Home

232 E. 59th St., nr. Second Ave., third fl., in the Fine Arts Building; 212-935-5930;

In this showroom, Williams brings together her lines of furniture and home décor, collections that bring to life pieces the legendary decorator admired or wished to find on her design hunts, and mixes them with antiques and one-of-a-kind pieces. $$$$

Calvin Klein Collection

654 Madison Ave., at 60th St.; 212-292-9000;

The lower level of Calvin Klein’s Madison Avenue flagship has an extensive housewares department, encompassing everything from furniture and linens to specialty items like silver frames, glass vases, votives, and rugs. $$-$$$


152 Wooster St., nr. Houston St.; 212-966-0669;

The Italian manufacturer’s Soho shop is bursting with clever modern designs in bright colors. Look for the asymmetrical Adaptation sofa, which looks like it’s reclining with its leg cocked. $$$-$$$$


1056 Third Ave., nr. 62nd St.; 212-838-1585;

If you can sit, sleep, or lounge on it, Carlyle carries it. Designs are made to order with a huge array of customizable options when it comes to color, fabric, size, and design. $$-$$$ (consulting services)


151 Wooster St., nr. Houston St., 155 E. 56th St., nr. Lexington Ave.; 212-228-8186;

This company owns the rights to the designs of masters like Le Corbusier, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, and Charlotte Perriand, but it has contemporary products, too. $$$$

Christian Liaigre

34 E. 61st St., nr. Madison Ave.; 212-201-2338;

This NYC flagship—Liaigre’s first store in the United States—occupies a three-story townhouse and offers the designer’s refined handcrafted furniture, lighting, textiles, leather, and accessories. $$$


211 W. 19th St., nr. Seventh Ave.; 212-254-4790;

This gallery has a broader mandate than most, with pieces spanning the 19th to the 21st centuries, some of Italian or French provenance. Art and photography are also for sale. $$$$

Cristina Grajales Gallery

152 W. 25th St., nr. Seventh Ave., third fl. 212-219-9941;

An important figure in the city’s contemporary-design universe, Grajales always surprises with her mid-20th-century vintage pieces, and she’s become an advocate for rising talents in the field. $$$$


134 Madison Ave., at 31st St.; 181 Madison Ave., at 34th St.; 212-685-0800;

This sleek, well-appointed pair of shops—the 34th Street one designed by Philip Johnson—specializes in contemporary European functional-­chic furniture, linens, and accessories, including a large space devoted to the Minotti line. Appointments suggested. $$$$ (consulting services)

Decoration & Design Building

979 Third Ave., nr. 58th St.; 212-759-5408;

The D&D Building houses more than 100 showrooms and product lines and is one of the city’s richest resources for designers looking for high-end furniture, fabrics, and light fixtures. It also offers exhibitions and seminars that are open to the public. $$$ (trade only)

Dennis Miller Associates

200 Lexington Ave., nr. 33rd St., Ste. 1210, in the New York Design Center; 212-684-0070;

Architect Miller carries a collection of strong contemporary furniture. Recent finds include a Wendell Castle armchair and a T-shirt sofa by Clodagh. $$$$

Design Within Reach

110 Greene St., nr. Prince St. (various locations); 212-475-0001;

If you yearn to outfit your space with designs from modern masters like Marcel Breuer, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Jean Prouvé, DWR is an essential stop. In addition to carrying licensed versions of the classics, it also has items from newcomers like Shin and Tomoko Azumi. $$-$$$


200 Lexington Ave., nr. 33rd St., Ste. 702, in New York Design Center; 212-353-2600;

Desiron’s airy space perfectly complements its mid-century-modern designs in steel, glass, and a variety of wood finishes. Substantial pieces and handcrafted, tailor-made mirrors showcase the company’s clean lines and commitment to functional luxury. $$$-$$$$


200 Lexington Ave., nr. 33rd St., Ste. 100, in the New York Design Center; 212-925-6171;

This shop sells stylish furniture and accessories from cutting-edge designers like Tom Dixon, Nick Dine, and Dune founder Richard Shemtov. Recently spotted: a Climate tufted-wool sofa and the Flip Flap, a lounge with an adjustable cushion. $$$$


979 Third Ave., nr. 58th St., Ste. 903 in the Decoration & Design Building; 212-758-5000;

Edward Ferrell and Lewis Mittman take meticulous care with their home furnishings, hand-applying veneers for cabinets and hand-tying steel coil springs. The result is an ornate and deep catalogue, filled with highly decorative chairs, tufted-leather barrister sofas, and gilt armoires. $$$


255 Fifth Ave., nr. 29th St., sixth fl. ?212-334-5045; 212-758-5000

With a focus on Belgian firms, this new design collective gathers the vanguard of European architectural and design products in its NoMad showroom. Featuring minimalist outdoor furniture and an array of creative lighting, Ernest stocks elegant pieces from partner brands Royal Botania, Renson, and Delta Light. $$$-$$$$


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