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Trade Furniture

Bring an interior decorator to these trade-only showrooms.

230 Fifth Avenue New York Marketcenter

230 Fifth Ave., nr. 27th St.; 212-689-6301;

Originally known as the Lighting Building and built in 1914, this showroom space for home-industry wholesalers operates primarily in the value category and also has vendors selling general merchandise, toys, dolls, and gourmet food. $$-$$$

Architects & Designers Building

150 E. 58th St., nr. Lexington Ave.; 212-644-2766;

The A&D Building is New York’s ultimate showroom resource for the entire home, featuring 35 rooms (spanning 200,000- plus square feet) that specialize in kitchen, bath, tile, stone, appliances, and fixtures. Brands include Poggenpohl, B&B Italia, SieMatic, Poliform, and Sub-Zero/Wolf Appliances, among others. Open to the public and the design trades. $$$

Decoration and Design Building

979 Third Ave., nr. 58th St.; 212-759-5408;

The D&D Building houses more than 100 showrooms and product lines and is one of the city’s richest resources for designers looking for high-end furniture, fabrics, and light fixtures. It also offers exhibitions and seminars that are open to the public.$$$

Forty One Madison

41 Madison Ave., nr. 26th St.; 212-686-1203;

Also known as the New York Merchandise Mart, this spot is home to 95 designer showrooms and a host of trade shows throughout the year, including the spring and fall New York Tabletop Shows. $$-$$$

New York Design Center

200 Lexington Ave., nr. 33rd St.; 212-679-9500;

This to-the-trade mall is an industry fave with more than 100 showrooms featuring 300 lines of furniture, lighting, floor and wall coverings, fabric, and decorative accessories. The center also offers Access to Design, a consumer-designer matchmaking service of sorts: For a fee, a certified in-house designer can provide showroom access, design advice, and special pricing. $$$

The Textile Building

295 Fifth Ave., nr. 31st St.; 212-685-0530;

This hub has more than double the number of textile showrooms of any other outlet in the city, including Mohawk Home and S. Lichtenburg & Co. It hosts two market weeks per year (in the spring and fall). $$-$$$


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