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680 Madison Ave., near 62nd St.; 212-308-9390;

At this venerable Parisian mainstay, the chic find everything from the traditional Malmaison pattern to barware designed by Adam Tihany.


92 Thompson St., near Spring St.; 212-966-8991;

This funky shop has hand-blown glassware-including vases and decanters-from the Czech Republic. From $31 to $148.

Crate & Barrel

650 Madison Ave., near 59th St. (various locations); 212-308-0011;

Look for designer-inspired tableware, furniture, and linens at reasonable prices: They have 50-piece sets of flatware for less than $150.

D.Porthault Linens

470 Park Ave., at 58th St.; 212-688-1660;

This French label stocks high-end table and bed linens. Floral-print sheet sets start at about $1,400.


799 Madison Ave., near 67th St.; 212-988-5221;

Couples with expensive tastes register for Frette’s signature sheets (up to $2,200 a set). The lower-priced Hotel line starts at $420.

Georg Jensen

685 Madison Ave., near 62nd St.; 212-759-6457;

This Danish style-setter is the final word in hollowware and modern flatware. The stainless-steel place settings run from $115 to $145.

Global Table

107-109 Sullivan St., near Prince St.; 212-431-5839;

This Soho shop has beautiful glassware and place mats. Funky melamine serving trays are $16.

Georgia Tapert Living

456 Broome St., nr. Mercer St.; 212-334-7969;

This Soho boutique prides itself on an ever-evolving, high quality inventory-whether it’s a set of modest cocktail napkins for $28 or a pair of Karl Springer chairs for $9,500.

Gracious Home

1992 Broadway, at 67th St. (various locations); 212-231-7800;

Gracious Home’s registry includes gems like a set of supersoft Milagra towels ($10 to $68) and mix-and-match Italian country-kitchen dinnerware from Vietri ($27 to $236).

Harris Levy

98 Forsyth St., near Grand St.; 212-226-3102;

This legendary store carries imported bed and table linens, towels, cashmere blankets, and pillows ($18 to $150), as well as bath and body products.


691 Madison Ave., at 62nd St.; 212-751-3181;

Pick your favorites from a list of luxurious items like cashmere blankets (from $1,500) and beautiful teapots (from $485).

John Derian

6 E. 2nd St., near Bowery; 212-677-3917;

A must-register destination for those who favor goods scored from Paris flea markets, with finds such as John Robshaw bedding and platters designed by Derian himself ($44 to $350).

Jonathan Adler

47 Greene St., near Broome St. (various locations); 212-941-8950;

Adler continues to stock his distinctive ceramics in bright colors-especially popular is the jade-glazed pottery ($48 to $225).

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68 Gansevoort St., near Washington St.; 212-645-2216;

Proprietor John Erik Karkula scours the globe for late-twentieth-century designs such as a red, felt-covered chaise by Paola Lenti (from $3,100).

La Cafetière

160 Ninth Ave., near 20th St.; 866-486-0667;

This shop is full of all things French, including Côté Table plates ($8 each) and crystal glasses ($8 each).


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