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Cavern

cavernhome.com

Cavern makes hand-silk-screened wallpaper that winks at more traditional styles. Lace patterns turn out to be pictures of sitting tigers, and long feather plumes create a bewitching vertical tension. All papers are ecofriendly, as are the textiles the company produces. $$$ (eco-friendly)

Demolition Depot

216 E. 125th St., nr. Third Ave.; 212-860-1138; demolitiondepot.com

This company sells items made from salvaged building fixtures. You find antique cash registers, glittery chandeliers, and too many porcelain bathroom fixtures to count. There are also stone gargoyles, park benches, and subway-station signs. $$-$$$ (consulting services / eco-friendly)

Environment

352 Bowery, nr. 4th St.; 212-780-0051; environmentfurniture.com

This ecoconscious store works only with woods that have been reclaimed, recycled, repurposed, or harvested from sustainable forests. The simplicity of the design allows the quality and history of the materials to take center stage. Recycled army tents have been known to show up in its creations. $$$ (ecofriendly)

Hudson Furniture

419 W. 14th St., nr. Washington St., second fl.; 212-645-7800; hudsonfurnitureinc.com

This retailer’s arresting furniture is made from domestically salvaged or storm-felled trees and has a sculptural aesthetic. Hudson also carries petrified-wood furniture, including stools. (ecofriendly)

Strawser & Smith

487 Driggs Ave., nr. N. 10th St., Williamsburg; 718-388-7600; strawserandsmith.com

What’s old becomes new at Strawser & Smith, where designers use reclaimed wood and antique objects to create rustic-industrial designs. You might find a coffee table made from an old pull cart or an original drafting table from 1894, and there’s a smattering of mid-century-modern pieces in the mix, too. $$-$$$$ (ecofriendly)

Tucker Robbins

200 Lexington Ave., nr. 33rd St., Ste. 504, in the New York Design Center; 212-355-3383; tuckerrobbins.com

Furniture here is made almost exclusively with sustainable, recycled hardwood from Sri Lanka, Honduras, Indonesia, and the Philippines. The store also does custom pieces and lighting jobs. $$$ (ecofriendly)

Wrk Design

32 Prince St., at Mott St.; 212-947-2281; wrkdesign.com

What looks like junk to some is opportunity to the pair of dedicated scavengers, restorers, designers, and builders who run this showroom for industrial American finds. You’ll discover boxes of printing-press letters, vitrines, and cast-iron machine bases that serve as coffee tables. $$

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