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Gracious Home

1220 Third Ave., at 70th St. (various locations); 212-517-6300; gracioushome.com

An uptown mainstay, Gracious Home sells a variety of tasteful housewares, like Milagro bath rugs ($81 to $106) and cream-on-cream Tuscan country-kitchen dinnerware from Vietri ($34 to $144).

Green Depot

222 Bowery, nr. Prince St.; 212-226-0444; greendepot.com

This building-supply store offers Earth-friendly products like electric water heaters (from $159) and the Austin air purifier, which covers 700 square feet ($375). (ecofriendly)

Harris Levy

98 Forsyth St., nr. Grand St.; 212-226-3102; harrislevy.com

This 120-year-old fine-linen supplier carries imported bedding ($95 to $1,500), multihued, handwoven Mongolian cashmere throws ($400), and anti-allergy pillows ($35 to $200).

Honeyfund.com

Let your friends and family fund your honeymoon by purchasing different components such as airfare and hotel rooms as well as activities like surf school, spa treatments, and African safaris.

Honeymoonpixie.com

Guests’ cash donations are pooled into a central fund, so couples can use it at their discretion for such services as airfare and hotel-room upgrades. They can also request that an infusion be wired to them while on the road.

John Derian Company

6 E. 2nd St., nr. Bowery; 212-677-3917; johnderian.com

Whimsy seekers register here for handmade candle-holders by Parisian designer Géraldine Gonzalez ($30), ceramic vases from Astier de Villate (from $109), and antique collage place mats designed by the découpage master himself ($55 each).

Jonathan Adler

1097 Madison Ave., at 83rd St. (various locations); 212-772-2410; jonathanadler.com

Adler is known for witty home décor that incorporates groovy prints and unusual shapes. His ceramic bird bowls (from $68) and boldly patterned duvet covers ($175 to $295) are especially popular.

Jung Lee

25 W. 29th St., nr. Broadway; 212-257-5655; jungleeny.com

Event designer Jung Lee’s home-goods boutique mixes the essential with the idiosyncratic in ways that can distinguish any interior. For every soup plate, there’s a carving knife in scrimshaw; for every side table, a magnifying glass clasped by a golden gecko. (Its tail is the handle.)

La Terrine

280 Columbus Ave., at 73rd St.; 1024 Lexington Ave., at 73rd St.; 212-362-2122; laterrinedirect.com

For countryside chic, register for the hand-painted European and American ceramics at this eclectic shop. Five-piece place settings are $70 to $300.

Léron

979 Third Ave., nr. 59th St., Ste. 1521; 212-753-6700; leron.com

It takes up to four months to hand-embroider this merchant’s custom-made linens, so register early for monogrammed queen-size sheet sets (from $600). Hand-stitched versions range from $1,750 to $5,000. Cotton-terry seven-piece bath sets start at $695.

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