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691 Madison Ave., at 62nd St.; 15 Broad St., nr. Wall St.; 212-751-3181;

Beyond the signature leather handbags and luxe silk scarves, Hermès carries elegant housewares, bedding and bath linens, tableware, and a limited selection of furniture. $$$-$$$$

Imports from Marrakesh

88 Tenth Ave., nr. 15th St., in Chelsea Market; 212-675-9700;

Avid travelers thrill to this store’s charming designs by Moroccan artisans, including custom tiles, hardware, rugs, and more. For those who want to browse a more extensive selection, make an appointment to visit the warehouse in New Jersey. $$

Jonathan Adler

53 Greene St., nr. Broome St. (various locations); 212-941-8950;

This designer of playful yet tasteful furniture and accessories is practically a New York institution. Adler’s deep inventory includes his classic peeling-banana sculptures and vases modeled after shapely women as well as parlor games and needlepoint pillows. $$-$$$ (consulting services)


1262 Third Ave., nr. 73rd St.; 212-843-9121;

A boutique specializing in the legendary Finnish house of graphic color, Marimekko. Gussy up your mid-century-modern décor with linens and table settings designed in the ’60s and ’70s or opt for some of the more contemporary prints. $$


609 Madison Ave., nr. 58th St.; 212-355-6550;

Sparkle seekers come here for crystal accents in all forms: jewelry, home décor, mirrors, door handles. There’s a six-tier chandelier overhead and a fountain afloat with swan figurines. $$$-$$$$

Lancelotti Housewares

66 Ave. A, nr. 5th St.; 212-475-6851;

This intimate, well-stocked shop has linens and kitchenware as well as quirky furnishings for the space-conscious. $$

La Sirena

27 E. 3rd St., nr. Second Ave.; 212-780-9113;

Fantasy and folklore are vividly embodied by this store’s Mexican accessories, art, and home furnishings. The shop stocks a vast array of items ranging from museum-quality collectible pottery to obscure Mexican wrestling memorabilia. $$


186 Grand St., nr. Bedford Ave., Williamsburg; 347-689-9143;

This concept shop has home goods for creative 20-somethings with limited budgets. Start with ­balloon-dog bookends or a chic chevron picture frame. $$

Lotta Jansdotter

131 8th St., nr. Third Ave,. Ste. 2, Gowanus; 718-755-9945;

Jansdotter translates cheery textiles into tote bags, napkins, table runners, paper goods, and framed prints. The aesthetic is Scandinavian, but with a breezy organic twist. $$

Love, Adorned

269 Elizabeth St., nr. Houston St.; 212-431-5683;

This well-curated shop offers a treasure trove of handcrafted jewelry, tableware, and home goods. Score out-of-the-ordinary pieces like Shibori-dyed duvet covers or Afghan peace rugs.$$-$$$

M. Crow

16 Howard St., nr. Lafayette St.; 212-625-1797;

Tyler Hays opened this offshoot of his store BDDW in 2013, stocking it with a gorgeous array of handmade home, kitchen, and clothing designs. Plenty of pleasing little surprises here, like the hand-painted jigsaw puzzles and ceramic butter dishes with little animal tops. $$

Maison 24

Man of the World began as a quarterly magazine for Dos Equis Guy types, but it’s branched out with an eclectic online store, carrying red-white-and-blue bocce sets and bar-cart essentials that would make Donald Draper red with gin and envy. $$-$$$

Maison 24

470 Park Ave., at 58th St.; 212-355-2414;

This playful shop sells one-of-a-kind toys and home accessories with a glam twist. Bridge the analog-­digital divide with an old-fashioned telephone handset that plugs into your cell phone. $$-$$$$


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