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Art et Maison

12 W. 29th St., nr. Broadway; 212-226-3665;

Though they moved from Tribeca to NoMad, Art Et Maison’s dedication to contemporary design and high-end products from Italy continues the same. They offer everything from furniture pieces to closet systems to full kitchens and bathrooms. $$$

Axor Design Studio

29 Ninth Ave., nr. 13th St.; 212-463-5790;

Hansgrohe’s New York showroom doesn’t just have a few faucets stuck on a wall; they’re plumbed in and testable, in stylishly built-out living spaces stocked with furniture from Vitra (which shares the space). $$-$$$


85 Fifth Ave., at 16th St., second fl., (various locations); 212-337-1000;

Blackman’s Manhattan location, one of 15 in the New York area, is one of the largest designer-bath showroom in the city. Nickel, chrome, and stainless steel dominate the selection, which features more than 75 brands, including giants like Kohler and the sleek German brand Hansgrohe. $$-$$$

Boffi Soho

31 1/2 Greene St., at Grand St.; 212-431-8282;

Interior designers shop here for elements that can transform a bathroom into a veritable spa, but design novices are more than welcome to browse. Don’t be put off by the gallerylike atmosphere (or the absence of price tags). $$$ (consulting services)


158 Wooster St., at Houston St.; 212-966-7183;

This outpost of the award-winning German manufacturer offers architecturally inspired kitchens for those looking for high functionality with a minimalist aesthetic. Plumbing and other potential eyesores are smartly hidden, leaving clean lines, slick surfaces, and bright finishes. $$$$ (consulting services)


150 E. 58th St., nr. Lexington Ave., Ste. 399 in the Architects & Designers Building; 646-891-3653;

A global Spanish firm that opened its 4,000-square-foot New York City flagship showroom in September 2015. There, architects and designers can see a variety of beautiful materials and play with project ideas in a custom computer program. $$$$ (consulting services)

Dom Interiors

66 Crosby St., nr. Spring St.; 212-253-5969;

The contemporary, Italian-designed kitchens here are sleek, spacious, and perfect for minimalist lofts. The large open showroom displays items like ultrasexy Rimadesio architectural doors. $$$-$$$$ (ecofriendly / consulting services)


1296 Third Ave., nr. 75th St.; 212-879-1200;

Its inventory may be small compared to those of some chain stores, but Elgot makes up for it with personal attention. The staff is experienced in remodeling kitchens and bathrooms within the constraints of New York City apartments. $$$ (consulting services)

Grande Central Showrooms

141 E. 56th St., nr. Lexington Ave. (various locations) 212-588-1997;

Start your hunt at this flagship showroom. It carries a wide variety of high-end decorative fixtures and hardware for your kitchen and bathroom from brands like Duravit, Lacava, Hansgrohe, Villeroy & Boch, and KWC, to name a few. $$-$$$

Home & Stone

1663 Coney Island Ave., at Elm Ave., Midwood; 718-787-1000;

This Brooklyn bath-and-kitchen showroom rivals Manhattan’s best in quantity and quality. Personal shopping appointments are also available. $$-$$$

Manhattan Center For Kitchen and Bath

41 W. 25th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-995-0500;

A destination for architects and designers, this sprawling showroom features cabinetry and appliances as well as countertops, hardware, stones, and tiles. The long roster of brands available includes Cesar, Dornbracht, Grohe, and many more. $$$ (eco-friendly)

NY Loft Kitchens & Home Interiors

6 W. 20th St., at Fifth Ave.; 212-206-7400;

In this showroom, you find the company’s own high-end cabinetry along with the green-friendly Bazzeo line for kitchen and bath. If you hire NY Loft to custom-design your kitchen, the staff can arrange special deals on appliances. $$$ (eco-friendly)


270 Park Ave. S., at 21st St.; 150 E. 58th St., nr. Lexington Ave.; 212-228-3334;

European kitchen design in both classic and minimalist styles is the focus here, but everything is thoroughly modern. The company’s attention to form and innovative use of materialsóbe they synthetic or naturalómake these sleek products stand out. $$$


202 Fifth Ave., nr. 25th St.; 646-751-1180;

In 2012, this Spanish company bought a building overlooking Madison Square Park for its flagship location, hiring Pritzker-winning architect Sir Norman Foster for a ground-up overhaul. Opened late last year, Porcelanosa displays a mosaic of tile, bath, and kitchen offerings across six floors of stunning architecture and interior design. $$$


429 W. Broadway, nr. Prince St.; 212-219-0910;

A mainstay of the Italian design community, Scavolini began masterminding kitchens in Italy some 55 years ago and now creates sleek, modern high-end kitchens as well as bathrooms and other living spaces. $$$ (consulting services)

Studio Anise

21 Greene St., nr. Grand St.; 212-933-1406;

Studio Anise also carries Acheo, Rolf Benz, Freistil, and other high-end European brands. Merchandise is displayed in situ. $$$

Urban Archeology

43-34 32nd Pl., nr. Skillman Ave., Ste. 2R., Long Island City; 239 E. 58th St., nr. Second Ave.; 212-431-4646;

Items like bathtubs, tables, and chairs come ready-made but can be customized with your choice of fixtures. The store’s vast selection of tile and stone can be ordered through the showroom. $$$

Waterfront Kitchens

396 Van Brunt St., nr. Dikeman St., Red Hook; 718-576-2003;

Kitchen designs for a comfortable modern lifestyle are the name of the game here; everything from cabinets to countertops has an easy adaptable style. $$-$$$ (consulting services)


215 E. 58th St., nr. Third Ave.; (various locations); 212-371-9266;

Even if you’re not ready to buy, come to this showroom to get inspired. In addition to fittings, spigots, towel bars, and even bathrobes, the store carries out-of-this-world fixtures, such as the unbelievable, egg-shaped matte tub in the .25 Collection. Designers rave about the depth of stock, service, and in-situ tableaux that bring pieces to life. $$


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