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Shimna

276 Greenpoint Ave., nr. Jewel St., Bldg. 9, fifth fl., Greenpoint; 718-349-6616; shimna.net

The minimalist furniture here showcases wood at its finest. Most pieces are made to order from American hardwood that has been sustainably harvested in the Northeast. $$$-$$$$ (ecofriendly / made in N.Y.)

Stefan Rudak

150 Randolph St., nr. Varick Ave., Williamsburg; 347-687-7278; stefanrurak.com

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, this Brooklyn woodworker began hand-selecting pieces of fallen sugar maple and walnut, resulting in one-of-a-kind stools with hidden drawers and butterfly-key inlays. $$

Stephen Burks Man Made

302A W. 12th St., nr. Eighth Ave., No. 286; 917-622-4383; stephenburksmanmade.com

Industrial designer Stephen Burks’s furniture is playful, colorful, and always memorable. His vibrant Dedon Dala collection includes lounge chairs, tables, and stools handwoven from bright polyethylene cord. He also creates lighting and home accessories, and has designed wares for Harry Winston, Roche Bobois, and Swarovski, to name a few. $$$$ (ecofriendly, by appointment only, consulting services)

Style by Annick de Lorme

236 Fifth Ave., nr. 27th St., Ste. 422; 212-219-0447; capsudusa.com

Francophiles flock here for classic Paris bistro chairs by Maison Gatti. You can spot them around town at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s restaurant and the scenic River Café under the Brooklyn Bridge. $$$$ (by appointment only)

Suite NY

419 Park Ave. S., nr. 29th St., 17th fl. 212-421-3300; suiteny.com

Post–World War II European furniture dominates at Suite New York. High-end modern classics from Danish designers such as Hans J. Wegner and Arne Jacobsen stand out, but pieces from Italy and Germany are also available. $$$$

THE SHOP: Tom Dixon

19 Howard St., nr. Lafayette St.; 212-228-7337; tomdixon.net

Relocated from Soho to Little Italy, Tom Dixon’s showroom displays the brand’s full range of lighting, furniture, and accessories. Inventive coat stands and wingback dining chairs are highlights, as are the Y-base enamel tables and solid-copper Champagne buckets. $$-$$$

The Textile Building

295 Fifth Ave., nr. 31st St. 212-685-0530; 295fifthavenue.com

This hub has more than double the number of textile showrooms of any other outlet in the city, including Mohawk Home and S. Lichtenburg & Co. It hosts two market weeks per year (in the spring and fall). $$-$$$ (trade only)

Todd Hase Furntiure

200 Lexington Ave., nr. 33rd St., Ste. 425, in the New York Design Center; 212-871-9075; toddhase.com

This store stocks sumptuous contemporary furniture imbued with historical references. The magic is in the details: Upholstered seating has hand-tied springs, and the intricate marquetry patterns on tables and cabinets are laid by hand, too. $$$-$$$$ (consulting services)

Uhuru Design

74 Franklin St., nr. Broadway; 212-882-1581; uhurudesign.com

Founded in 2004, Red Hook-based Uhuru has quickly made a reputation, with pieces in the Smithsonian and Brooklyn Museum’s permanent collection. Walnut and hand-blackened steel dominate, with pieces elegant and simple enough for classic or contemporary homes. $$$

USM Modular Furniture

28-30 Greene St., nr. Grand St.; 212-371-1230; usm.com

To create modular storage units of varying size and complexity, check out this shop’s Swiss-designed system of tubes, ball joints, and panels. It carries the original Haller 1963 furniture system that is in the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection. $$-$$$

Vitra, Inc.

29 Ninth Ave., nr. 13th St.; 212-463-5750; vitra.com

Vitra makes clean, iconic office and home furniture, plus a range of accessories and lighting. Its lines are unmistakably modern, featuring designs from Jean Prouvé and Verner Panton as well as newer pieces by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec and Jasper Morrison. $$$

Vitsoe

33 Bond St., nr. Lafayette St.; 917-675-6990; vitsoe.com

This company was created around industrial designer Dieter Rams, whose credo was “less but better.” Vitsoe follows with minimalist pieces that are maximally functional, including its well-known shelving system, in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. $$$ (consulting services)

Voos

41 Belvidere St., nr. Bushwick Ave., Bushwick; 917-826-5586; voosfurniture.com

A hub for green-minded furniture, Voos predominantly carries items from New York designers. All the pieces have a contemporary aesthetic, from geometric shelving units to boxy sideboards, plus a smaller selection of home accents, lighting, and tableware. Custom designs are also available. $$-$$$ (by appointment only / ecofriendly / made in N.Y. / consulting services)

VW Home By Vincente Wolf

333 W. 39th St., nr. Eighth Ave., tenth fl.; 212-244-5008; vicentewolf.com

This retail store is run by renowned interior designer Vicente Wolf. Pieces reflect his airy and comfortable trademark style and his travels. $$$

West Elm

1870 Broadway, nr. 62nd St. (various locations); 212-247-8077; westelm.com

This chain’s Upper West Side store is so cavernous that a portion has been set up and subdivided into two fully furnished loft apartments. Score decorative pillows, basic bed frames, contemporary modular seating, and a wealth of accessories for every room in the house. $$

White on White

85 White St., nr. Lafayette St. (various locations); 212-966-6711; whiteonwhite.com

These stores specialize in low-priced reproductions of mid-century furniture. Check out the Organic Modernism line (which has a dedicated outpost in Williamsburg) for pieces made mostly of wood, bronze, and brass, like the Bling sofa in hand-forged bronze with a Japanese patina finish. $$

Williams-Sonoma Home

10 Columbus Circle, nr. 58th St., in the Time Warner Center (various locations); 212-581-1146; williams-sonoma.com

This particular branch hides an added bonus: Up a staircase in the back is a large showroom containing the company’s home-interiors collection. There’s also a design center with consultants who will plan rooms and conduct free at-home consultations. $$-$$$ (consulting services)

Wonk

27 Knickerbocker Ave., nr. Ingraham St., Bushwick; 718-218-7750; wonknyc.com

Wonk’s pieces are made to order in Brooklyn and can be tailored to the varied space constraints and storage needs of small urban apartments. Flush fronts keep things streamlined, and clients can choose from a variety of finishes, including natural wood, lacquers, and veneers. $$$ (made in N.Y.)

York Street Studios

89 Fifth Ave., at 16th St., Ste. 906; 800-967-5811; yorkstreet.com

YSS products include fine furniture, decorative hardware, architectural detailing, and tabletop accessories, all made in the United States. $$$ (by appointment only / ecofriendly / consulting services)

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