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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. $$$-$$$$

Homebody Boutique

449 Seventh Ave., nr. 15th St., Park Slope; 718-369-8980;

This tiny boutique carries small-batch home goods and accessories for the kitchen, living room, and bedroom. Most pieces are made locally, including a small selection of jewelry. $-$$ (ecofriendly / made in N.Y.)

Ilene Chazanof Decorative Arts


Chazanof’s Flatiron loft is crammed with everything from plastic to platinum. Sift through hand mirrors, cuff links, and a variety of Victorian Art Nouveau and Brutalist pieces from the 1880s through the 1970s. $-$$$ (by appointment only)

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)

Jung Lee

25 W. 29th St., nr. Broadway; 212-257-5655;

The celebrated event designer’s airy home store is replete with items high and low culled from all over the globe. Baccarat wineglasses are displayed alongside Mario Luca Giusti acrylic goblets, Rani Arabella cashmere throws, and art-inspired beach towels. Art books and fresh flowers round out the mix. $$-$$$

Kiitos Marimekko

200 Fifth Ave., nr. 24th St.; 212-843-9121;

The Finnish house of graphic color is still as fashionable as ever. 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.; 212-355-8536;

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

At this intimate, well-stocked shop, there are quirky furnishings for the space-conscious as well as linens and kitchenware. $$

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. $$-$$$


238 Seventh Ave., nr. 4th St., Park Slope; 718-369-1082

Originally opened as a candle emporium, Lumiere has enlarged its selection to include table lamps, framed prints, kitchen clocks, and even a collection of jewelry and handbags. $$

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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