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This experiential gift registry is ideal for couples with no spare counter space for a new blender. Friends and family can chip in on gift certificates for experiences like art classes, a cheese-of-the-month club, and cooking lessons.

The Brooklyn Kitchen

100 Frost St., at Meeker Ave., Williamsburg; 718-389-2982;

At this store, Misura one-liter carafes go for $7, and a Le Creuset crêpe pan is $120. Couples can also sign up for classes on knife skills, pizza-making, and home brewing (from $85). (good value)

Don’t need any more clutter? Forgo the housewares and register for experiences instead. City Bird offers everything from massages and dinners to whiskey tastings and cheese-making classes.

Calvin Klein Collection

654 Madison Ave., at 60th St.; 212-292-9000;

Mix-and-match plates and bowls come in different colors and patterns (from $25), and the shop offers an array of swank linens and bedding (from $70).


846 Madison Ave., at 70th St.; 212-644-7487;

At this Parisian mainstay, Francophiles find flatware with the traditional Malmaison pattern (from $80 a piece) and hollowware designed by restaurateur Thomas Keller and architect Adam Tihany.

Crate & Barrel

650 Madison Ave., at 59th St.; 611 Broadway, at Houston St.; 212-308-0011;

Look for well-priced tableware, furniture, and home accessories inspired by iconic designs. A 52-piece flatware set is $100, and shower curtains start at $40. (good value)


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

This high-end French house stocks hand-embroidered table and bed linens. Queen-size printed sheet sets start at $950, while the top-selling embroidered Dahlia sheet set is $2,750.

Friends and family can pitch in for both small- and big-ticket items like furniture, honeymoons, and even down payments on a couple’s first home. The site functions like a department-store registry to alleviate the awkwardness of asking for cash.


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

Couples with expensive taste in linens can register for this Italian design house’s couture bedding (from $1,195 to $2,940 a set) or the lower-priced Hotel line (from $370 per set).

The Future Perfect

55 Great Jones St., nr. Bowery; 212-473-2500;

This design shop carries statement-makers like colorful aluminum stacking trays by Piet Hein Eek ($120 each) and the Triple Angle lamp by Michal Anastassiades, made with mouth-blown opaline glass (from $4,250).

Georg Jensen

687 Madison Ave., nr. 62nd St.; 212-759-6457;

The Danish designer is the ultimate purveyor of all things silver and modern. A five-piece set of matte stainless-steel cutlery is $110, and a pair of snakelike twisted candleholders is $165.

Global Table

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

This shop has a bounty of internationally sourced glassware, tableware, and functional decorative items. A set of six etched Perle glasses is $180, and a Sugahara bud vase from Japan is $30.


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