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14 Wooster St., nr. Canal St.; 212-334-7307;

Super-sleek light fixtures designed by Luceplan’s Milanese founders set this shop apart. It’s a perennial favorite of modernist interior designers, architects, and avid home decorators. $$$

O'Lampia Studio

155 Bowery, nr. Broome St.; 212-925-1660;

Lighting designer Kwang Lee’s background as a fine artist is apparent in his showroom’s selection of sleek geometric prototypes, including chandeliers, pendants, and sconces. All designs are made to order on the Lower East Side. $$$ (consulting services / made in N.Y.)

Oriental Lamp Shade Company

223 W. 79th St., nr. Broadway; 212-873-0812;

You find both mass-manufactured and customized lampshades here, along with an impressive selection of tabletop and hanging lamps. Custom orders using your own fabrics or the store’s in-house offerings can also be fulfilled. Lamp styles run the gamut from traditional to retro to contemporary. $

Remains Lighting

130 W. 28th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-675-8051;

This shop carries a full range of lighting options, including formal sconces and chandeliers. Sconces start at $600 a pair. Recent finds include a modern satin-brass chandelier from the ’50s and brass baluster table lamps from the ’60s. $$$ (made in N.Y.)

Rich Brilliant Willing

37 W. 20th St., nr. Sixth Ave., Ste. 707; 212-388-1621;

The Brooklyn-based retailer has now opened a showroom in Manhattan. Here, industrial-inspired lighting is passed through a minimalist filter, landing somewhere between Bauhaus and Brutalist. $$-$$$ (eco-friendly, by appointment only)

Roll & Hill

3 Mercer St., nr. Howard St.; 718-387-6132;

Owner-designer Jason Miller and his team assemble each custom piece in his studio in Sunset Park. Mid-century-inspired table lamps commingle with sculptural fixtures made of handblown glass and knotted rope. (Made in N.Y.)

Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.

27 Vestry St., nr. Hudson St; 212-226-6113;

At the New York outpost of this supercool Portland brand, light fixtures take inspiration from designs used in early-20th-century schools and libraries. The stock is fresh and eclectic, ranging from metal-industrial to colorful painted options.$$$


59 Walker St., nr. Broadway; 212-925-5863;

The overall aesthetic at this studio workshop is serene and organic, though the materials vary from natural clay to silicone. The company’s original work is on display alongside designs from collaborating artists. $$$ (consulting services / ecofriendly / made in N.Y.)


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