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Michele Varian

27 Howard St., at Crosby St.; 212-343-0033;

What began as a store for handmade pillows now includes lighting, furniture, wallpaper, and decorative objects both vintage and contemporary. Items like an industrial rolling bar or a copper pendant lamp reflect a refined simplicity that still feels handmade. $$$-$$$$

Missoni Home

519 Broome St., nr. Thompson St., second fl.; 212-719-2338;

The Italian fashion company’s New York showroom boasts a sumptuous home collection that includes towels, dinnerware, and more in its signature bright patterns and stripes. $$$


246 Smith St., nr. Douglass St., Carroll Gardens; 917-671-7696;

Mongo’s accessories and home décor are sourced from a host of local designers, with a focus on environ-mentally friendly recycled and reused materials. $$-$$$ (ecofriendly / made in N.Y.)

Nest Interiors

172A Ninth Ave., nr. 21st St.; 212-337-3441;

At this small boutique, handblown glasswork, vintage and contemporary furniture, decorative pillows, and lighting pieces make up the bulk of the stock (some of which comes from New York artists and designers). $$$ (consulting services / made in N.Y.)


326 Wythe Ave., at S. 1st St., Williamsburg; 718-388-4884;

Free spirits and world wanderers shop here for an eclectic mix of Native American– and Japanese-­inspired items. Striped ceramics by Paula Greif are particularly sought after. There are books, quilts, and candles, too. $–$$ (made in N.Y.)

The Primary Essentials

372 Atlantic Ave., nr. Hoyt St., Boerum Hill; 718-522-1804;

The prevailing aesthetic at this new Brooklyn boutique is minimalism. You’ll find a well-curated selection of housewares and decorative objects by Toyo Sasaki, Terrapin Stationers, and many other designers. $$

Saks Fifth Avenue

611 Fifth Ave., nr. 49th St.; 212-753-4000;

The famed department store stocks agate bookends from cult favorite RabLabs, classic Alessi tools, and Baccarat serving pieces. There are also home lines from designers like Donna Karan. $$$


31 Howard St., nr. Broadway 646-370-6801;

September 21 marks the return of this warmly remembered shop, which opened in Soho in 1989 and closed a decade ago when the owners moved back to Portland. They’re now on Howard Street, with the familiar eccentric, beautiful mix of fashion and home décor: Chinese court robes, inlaid furniture from the Islamic world, and lots and lots of textiles. $$$

The Shop at The Standard, High Line

444 W. 13th St., nr. Washington St.; 212-784-5520;

This store is a playground of delightful bric-a-brac. In the mix are cashmere throws and Martone Sweeter bikes, with nary a shot glass in sight. $$

Steven Alan Home Shop

373 Atlantic Ave., at Bond St., Boerum Hill; 929-295-9124;

Find a meticulously curated selection of clean, minimalist homewares, like blankets by Khadi and Co. and ceramics by Eric Bonnin. $–$$$ (made in N.Y.)

Still House

117 E. 7th St., nr. Ave. A; 212-539-0200;

Simple items like blown-glass vases and bronze bat skulls are crafted with a minimalist touch at this store, which carries Zenlike home furnishings made from natural materials.$$ (ecofriendly / made in N.Y.)

The Studio at One Kings Lane

315 Hudson St., nr. Vandam St., eighth fl. 212-430-7800;

Online flash-sale pioneer One Kings Lane has expanded into the physical world, with a new showroom of meticulously curated vignettes featuring a mix of vintage pieces and products from designers who sell on the site. Consultants are on hand to offer free design guidance. $$


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