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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. $$$

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 Comme des Garçons leather goods, and nary a shot glass in sight. $$


412 West Broadway, nr. Spring St., third fl.; 212-226-2710;

This quirky Brazilian brand peddles offbeat, colorful home accents, like Pop Art candlesticks and sets of rainbow-colored pet bowls. $$-$$$ (consulting services / ecofriendly)

Steven Alan Home Shop

158 Franklin St., nr. Hudson St.; 646-402-9661;

Find a meticulously curated selection of rugs and kilims from Kea, furniture by Garza Marfa, blankets by Khadi and Co., ceramics by Shino Takeda, and a line of made-to-order sofas from local designer Jason Pickens. $-$$$ (made in N.Y.)

Stewart/Stand Design Store

141-A Front St., at Pearl St., Dumbo; 718-875-1204;

A green streak runs through this store’s entire collection, from the canvas totes and wine racks to the clocks and tableware. There’s also a selection of locally made mosaic art. $-$$ (ecofriendly / made in N.Y.)

Still House

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

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

Sundial NYC

1050 Second Ave., nr. 56th St., Gallery 54, in the Manhattan Art & Antiques Center; 212-593-2323;

Indulge your inner explorer by raiding this trove of antique clocks and timepieces from England, France, Germany, and Switzerland. $$$$

Sustainable NYC

139 Ave. A, nr. 9th St.; 212-254-5400;

A contemporary green-minded boutique for practical household items, Sustainable NYC sells everything from reusable chopsticks to under-sink water filters. Floor-to-ceiling shelving built from reclaimed lumber is used to display ecofriendly beauty products, home dècor, stationery, books, and jewelry. $$ (ecofriendly)


66 Greenwich Ave., nr. Perry St.; 212-924-8444;

If your home feels lacking in tribal masks and figurines, look no further than Tabwa, which also sells clothing, accessories, and home accents from India, Central America, and Africa. $$-$$$


100 N. 3rd St., nr. Berry St., Williamsburg; 718-963-2600;

The housewares and elegant jewelry here are mostly handmade, some locally and others in far-flung corners of the world. Notable pieces include Moroccan lanterns and Japanese organic-cotton towels. $$ (made in N.Y.)

Urban Alchemist Design Collective

343 5th St., nr. Fifth Ave., Park Slope; 718-499-0758;

Inventive lighting and home décor coexist with a mix of modern and earthy jewelry crafted from sterling silver, enamel, resin, and semiprecious stones. $$ (made in N.Y.)

Urban Zen

705 Greenwich St., nr. 10th St.; 212-206-3999;

This retail offshoot of the Urban Zen Foundation offers carved-wood accents, scattered Buddha statues, and black-and-white paintings. The accessories, culled from founder Donna Karan’s travels, range from Haitian decorative objects to African pieces crafted from wood. $$$

Versace Boutique

647 Fifth Ave., nr. 52nd St.; 212-317-0224;

The va-va-voom clothing brand is also renowned for home goods and tablewares, designed and crafted in true over-the-top Italian style. Bright colors and vivid patterns define the various collections, as does the liberal use of gold. $$$$


181 Mott St., nr. Kenmare St.; 212-925-1200;

This thoughtfully curated shop stocks hard-to-find pieces that will make any home that much cozier. Find blankets by the Elder Statesman, ceramics by Eric Bonnin, soaps by Saipua, and handblown glass by Warm owner Rob Magnotta. $$

William-Wayne & Co.

846 Lexington Ave., nr. 64th St.; 212-737-8934;

The social set relies on William-Wayne for its large selection of tasteful items for upscale, old-school homes. Choose from Raynaud porcelain, Mottahedeh tea sets, and specialty items like silver-plated caviar bowls or an elegant magnifying glass for your desk. $$

Yu Interiors

15 Greene Ave., nr. Fulton St., Fort Greene; 718-237-5878;

This smallish space is so crammed with items that it may take a few moments to notice the antique furniture—a mix of traditional and mid-century styles. Some of the design-forward, handcrafted objects on display here are made by Brooklyn-based artists. $$-$$$ (made in N.Y.)


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