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Bring an interior decorator to these trade-only resources.

Chelsea Textiles

232 E. 59th St., nr. Second Ave.; 212-758-0005; chelseatextiles.com

Newer isn’t always better. With that mantra in mind, this luxury fabric company began creating handmade reproductions of textiles from the 17th and 18th centuries for antique pieces and traditional homes. Since its founding, the company has expanded into more current fabric designs and mid-century-modern furniture. $$$

Claremont Furnishings

979 Third Ave., at 58th St., ste. 1405, in the Decoration & Design Building; 212-486-1252; claremontfurnishing.com

Although all of its textiles are new, Claremont specializes in fabrics made by small companies on old looms to avoid a mass-produced feel. Most are available in custom colors. $$$

Clarence House

979 Third Ave., at 58th St., ste. 205, in the Decoration & Design Building; 212-752-2890; clarencehouse.com

Art director Kazumi Yoshida oversees the production of the elegant in-house line, from design to manufacture to display. Additional lines from Etro, Toiles de Jouy, and Neisha Crosland are available. $$$

Donghia

979 Third Ave., nr. 58th St., Ste. 700, in the Decoration & Design Building; 212-935-3713; donghia.com

At this location, Donghia sells only what it makes: chic, sharp designs that speak to both modern and traditional tastes. Indian silks, Scottish woolens, and Belgian linens are prominent in its collections. The Bond Street series of upholstered seating includes a sofa, an ottoman, and a club chair.$$$

Kravet

200 Lexington Ave., nr. 32nd St., Stes. 401 and 402; 212-725-0340; kravet.com

A leader in to-the-trade fabrics and a favorite of high-end shelter magazines, Kravet produces a full line of fabrics for windows and upholstery, as well as wallpaper, furniture, and carpets. $$$

Pierre Frey

979 Third Ave., at 58th St., Ste. 1611, in the Decoration & Design Building; 212-421-0534; pierrefrey.com

This French house of fabrics and wallpaper also sells a small selection of furniture and accessories that is tasteful, clean, classic, and high quality. $$$

Sunbury Textile Mills

460 Broome St., nr. Mercer St.; 212-925-4600; sunburytextiles.com

The textile company’s sales headquarters is also a showroom for the more than a thousand weather-resistant patterns it produces each year. $$-$$$

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