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ABC Carpet & Home

888 Broadway, at 19th St.; 212-473-3000; abchome.com

In business for over 100 years, ABC is New York’s preeminent destination for everything from luxury one-of-a-kind vintage pieces to contemporary items by top designers. The helpful staff is on hand to guide you through the multilevel maze of furnishings, rugs, and piles of cashmere bedding. $$$-$$$$ (ecofriendly)

ABC Carpet & Home Bronx Outlet

1055 Bronx River Ave., nr. Watson Ave., Soundview; 718-842-8772; abchome.com

For those willing to make the trek to the Bronx, this warehouse has the same ABC Carpet & Home merchandise, but at better prices. $$$

Battaglia's Home

1414 Willow Ave., nr. 15th St., Hoboken, N.J.; 201-798-1122; battagliashome.com

This full-service home-goods store has products for kitchen, the living room, and bed- and bathroom. The staff can advise on everything from design to knife sharpening. $$$ (consulting services)

Barneys New York

660 Madison Ave., at 61st St.; 212-826-8900; barneys.com

Looking to up your home’s chic factor? The edgiest of the city’s major luxury department stores, Barneys’ home section has a limited selection of furniture from design gurus like Madeline Weinrib and Venini. There’s also an assortment of smaller items in the tabletop and décor categories. $$$$

Bed Bath & Beyond

620 Sixth Ave., at 18th St. (various locations); 212-255-3550; bedbathandbeyond.com

True to its name, the store stocks everything you need for the bedroom, bathroom, or any other part of the house. Perennial go-to items are DKNY bathroom accessories, Wamsutta sheets, DeLonghi toasters, and all manner of easy-to-install window treatments. $$

Bergdorf Goodman

754 Fifth Ave., at 58th St.; 800-558-1855; bergdorfgoodman.com

Atop the luxury department store’s Fifth Avenue flagship, there’s a sunny aerie replete with crystal by Baccarat, traditional china, and items from Europe and Asia in styles that range from classic to contemporary. $$$

BJ's Wholesale Club

66-26 Metropolitan Ave., Middle Village (various locations); 718-326-9080; bjs.com

If you’re in the market for a 15-foot trampoline, deck chairs, or a set of steak knives, this members-only chain contains the mother lode. Beware, one purchase often leads to another: You’ll come for a computer and walk out with a slab of baby back ribs that outweighs your toddler. $-$$

Bloomingdale's

1000 Third Ave., at 59th St.; 212-705-2000; bloomingdales.com

This East Side Art Deco landmark has been serving New York shoppers since 1886. Home décor is on the sixth and seventh floors, with a democratic array of products like Cuisinart kitchen gadgets, Wedgwood dinnerware, and a selection of furniture, bedding, and bathroom accessories. $$-$$$

CB2

451 Broadway, nr. Grand St.; 979 Third Ave., nr. 58th St.; 212-219-1454; cb2.com

Crate & Barrel takes its contemporary content up a notch with this edgier offshoot. Items with vivid colors and sleek designs cater to hip young customers who want more bang for their buck. Inexpensive glassware, modular furniture, and sexy decorative items abound. $$

The Container Store

629 Sixth Ave., nr 19th St. (various locations); 212-366-4200; containerstore.com

This go-to retailer provides an unparalleled range of storage solutions and accessories. Reps of shelving company Elfa are available for free consultations. $$ (consulting services)

Crate & Barrel

611 Broadway, at Houston St.; 650 Madison Ave., at 59th St.; 212-780-0004; crateandbarrel.com

Myriad offerings include Provence dining tables and chairs that infuse city dwellings with an air of French country living. Contemporary pieces include rectilinear sofas, storage units, and the outdoor furniture for which the company is well known. Smaller housewares are also available. $$

Gracious Home

1220 Third Ave., nr. 70th St. (various locations); 212-517-6300; gracioushome.com

The lush-looking beds at Gracious Home’s uptown flagship might make you want to curl up for a nap, but don’t stop there. The store has everything from scented candles and duvet covers to air conditioners and organizers for your closet. $$

The Home Depot

40 W. 23rd St., nr. Sixth Ave. (various locations); 212-929-9571; homedepot.com

This superstore has more than 6,000 items in the appliance category alone—washing machines, ovens, freezers—plus countertops, sinks, and bathtubs. Attention, New Yorkers: Plenty of super-narrow stoves and compact refrigerators to be had. $-$$

Homegoods

795 Columbus Ave., nr. 100th St.; 212-280-6303; homegoods.com

With thousands of bargains for every room in the house, HomeGoods is like a Bed Bath & Beyond with an expanded array of living-room furniture, plus some small appliances. $

Ikea

1 Beard St., at Otsego St., Red Hook; 718-246-4532; ikea.com

Red Hook is home to the only New York City outpost of the Swedish retail behemoth. Find super-affordable, DIY-assembly home furnishings and décor, plus tons of other doodads you never knew you always wanted. $

Kmart

250 W. 34th St., nr. Seventh Ave. (various locations); 212-760-1188; kmart.com

This three-story flagship, which can be accessed directly from Penn Station, provides affordable one-stop shopping for food, clothing, and home. $

Kohl's

40 Mall Drive East, nr. 11th St., Jersey City, N.J., in the Newport Centre Mall; 201-656-5420; kohls.com

This budget department store maintains a rigorously focused roster of discounted big-name brands in bedding, decorative accessories, small appliances, and furniture. $-$$

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