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John Kelly Furniture & Accessories

105 E. 34th St., nr. Park Ave., 800-291-1301; johnkellyfurniture.com

The merchandise from this well-known furniture designer is as elegant as everóthink blond-wood breakfronts and Zen-like bedroom sets. A bonus for those in a rush: All items ship within just 72 hours. $$$-$$$$ (consulting services / ecofriendly)

Johnson Trading Gallery

47-42 43rd St., Sunnyside; 212-925-1110; johnsontradinggallery.com

Here, find pieces that walk the line between sculpture and furniture. There’s vintage by Frank Lloyd Wright and George Nakashima and contemporary by Rafael de Cárdenas and Simon Hasan. $$$ (by appointment only)

Karkula

98 S. 4th St., nr. Berry St., WIlliamsburg; 212-645-2216; karkula.com

Parsons alum John Erik Karkula sells sexy contemporary furnishings with an emphasis on natural materials, color, and texture. Noteworthy items include e15 solid-oak dining tables and Karkula’s own industrial-chic desks. $$$$ (consulting services / made in N.Y.)

Kartell

39 Greene St., nr. Grand St.; 212-966-6665; kartellus.com

Virtually everything in this store is made from synthetic polymers in a variety of durable forms. Find the ever-popular transparent, single-mold Louis XV Ghost chairs by Philippe Starck alongside batch-dyed polyethylene sofas. $$$

Kleban Furniture

190 Morningstar Rd., nr. Innis St., Staten Island; 718-448-1390; furnituredot.com

After 63 years in the business, this family-owned store is still Staten Island’s go-to source for basic home furnishings from La-Z-Boy, Bernhardt, Broyhill, and more. Design services and delivery come free. $$ (consulting services)

Knoll

1330 Avenue of the Americas, nr. 54th St.; 212-343-4000; knoll.com

This is the New York showroom of one of the greatest names in modern design. The majority of Knoll’s business is devoted to the design and installation of corporate interiors, but for its residential KnollStudio collection, the company reproduces the work of mid-century masters like Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Isamu Noguchi, Harry Bertoia, and Eero Saarinen. $$$-$$$$ (ecofriendly)

Ligne Roset

250 Park Ave. S., nr. 20th St.; 155 Wooster St., nr. Houston St.; 212-375-1036; lignerosetny.com

Best known for sleek contemporary sofa beds and storage systems, this French furniture company also makes dining sets, accessories, and lighting. $$$ (ecofriendly / consulting services)

Lillian August

12 W. 20th St., nr. Fifth Ave.; 212-206-1883; lillianaugust.com

This showroom of all-American furnishings is still overseen by August, who has been in the business for three decades. The aesthetic is clean, traditional, and a tad bit preppy—perfect for your uptown abode or Hamptons beach retreat. $$-$$$

Lucca & Co.

306 E. 61st St., nr. Second Ave., second fl.; 212-593-0117; luccany.com

Find antiques, fine and decorative art pieces, and made-to-order furniture under one roof here, all in the spirit of the brand’s namesake town in Italy. The company incorporates Belgian linens into its made-to-order pieces and has a fair selection of Flemish furniture as well. $$$-$$$$ (made in N.Y. / consulting services)

M2L

135 Madison Ave., nr. 31st St., second fl.; 212-832-8222; m2l.com

This showroom stocks an array of attention-grabbing pieces in the mid-century-modern style, including items from Walter Knoll and Artifort. Recent finds included Eileen Gray’s iconic Monte Carlo sofa and Eero Aarnio’s hanging bubble chair. $$$

Mackenzie-Childs

20 W. 57th St., nr. Fifth Ave.; 212-570-6050; mackenzie-childs.com

Since 1983, this brand has been crafting handmade ceramics in its upstate studio. The focus is on colorful tableware (some of it so whimsical that it evokes Alice in Wonderland), but the store also carries a variety of furniture and kitchen and bath accessories. The children’s furniture is particularly eye-popping. $$$-$$$$ (made in N.Y.)

Magen H. Gallery

54 E. 11th St., nr. University Pl.; 212-777-8670; magenxxcentury.com

This gallery specializes in twentieth-century sculpture, decorative arts, architecture, and ceramics, with an emphasis on postwar French designers. Magen has lent pieces from the collection to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim. $$$-$$$$

Matter

405 Broome St., nr. Lafayette St.; 212-343-2600; mattermatters.com

The veritable bounty of minimalist furniture, objets d’art, and understated jewelry here includes the company’s line of ecofriendly, locally sourced furniture, MatterMade. $$$-$$$$ (ecofriendly / consulting services)

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