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1262 Third Ave., nr. 73rd St.; 212-628-8400;

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. $$

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 heavy glass pendant lamp reflect a refined simplicity that still feels handmade. $$$-$$$$

MiN New York

117 Crosby St, nr. Houston St.; 212-206-6366;

Some look for furniture, body products, and accessories separately, but if you’re shopping for an entire lifestyle, this Soho emporium gathers everything under one roof. The staff will help light your living space and scent it with niche room sprays or artisan-made candles. $$$

Missoni Home

181 Madison Ave. nr. 34th St.; 212-917-2338;

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 environmentally 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.)

One Kings Lane

This site sparked a craze for homeware flash sales when it launched in 2009, and it’s still the premier destination for discount furniture and accessories online. Design-world figures are often brought in to curate tag sales, and the site has a blog that provides decorating and lifestyle ideas. Members only; it’s free to join. $$

The One Well

165 Greenpoint Ave., nr. Eckford St., Greenpoint; 347-889-6792;

Create a home sanctuary with this store’s locally made artisanal goods, from honey-scented beeswax candles to vintage-fabric-quilted throw pillows. There’s also a selection of salvaged-wood furniture. $$ (ecofriendly / made in N.Y.)

Pearl River

477 Broadway, nr. Broome St.; 212-431-4770;

Known as an Asian party-goods emporium, Pearl River stocks items like paper lanterns that could just as easily stay up year-round. Also look here for room-dividing screens and chic but inexpensive dishware. $

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 ceramicist Nicholas Newcomb, Terrapin Stationers, and many other designers. $$

Random Accessories

77 E. 4th St., nr. Second Ave.; 212-358-0650;

This store carries an array of gifts, from the straightforward (journals and picture frames) to the off-the-wall (paparazzi action figures and Titanic-shaped ice-cube trays) along with staples like wrapping paper, ribbons, and greeting cards. $-$$


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