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Seasons International

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115 Crosby St., New York, NY 10012 40.72417 -73.996647
nr. Houston St.   See Map | Subway Directions Hopstop Popup
212-226-0797 Send to Phone

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  • Price Range: ($$) Mid-Range
  • Type: Specialty Shop
  • Products & Services: Antique/Vintage Furniture, Appliances/Fixtures, Bedroom Furniture, Decorative Accents, Fabrics/Trimmings, Kitchen Furniture, Living Room Furniture, etc.

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Official Website

seasonsintl.com

Nearby Subway Stops

6 at Bleecker St.; B, D, F, M at Broadway-Lafayette St.; N, R at Prince St.

Payment Methods

American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Product Guide

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  • Antique/Vintage Furniture
  • Appliances/Fixtures
  • Decorative Accents
  • Living Room Furniture
  • Kitchen Furniture
  • Bedroom Furniture
  • Fabrics/Trimmings
  • Lighting
  • Mirrors
  • Tableware
  • Shelving/Organizers

Profile

This venue is closed.

When Japanese interior designer Shizuko Ikagawa arrived in New York in 2000, she noticed that the city was full of very expensive (Takashimaya) and very cheap (Chinatown stalls) home décor from her native land, but that midrange choices were limited. She and her sister set out to fill that niche, and just one year later they opened this shop-gallery in the heart of Soho. The meticulously organized 900-square-foot space holds furniture exclusively dating from the 1800s; kitchenware; and jewelry that Ikagawa’s sister, who is based in Gifu, finds at markets. New furniture arrives monthly, while smaller items, such as U-shaped flower vases, ceramic-and-wicker teakettles, and sumi (charcoal sticks), arrive biweekly. Among the many standouts are a filmy hand-dyed blue-and-white tapestry, a yellow-hued paper lamp, and a rosewood dresser reminiscent of a staircase. In a nod to Japan’s burgeoning arts scene, Shizuko hangs a new selection of works by a Japanese artist on the showroom’s bright white walls each month.

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