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Macy's

151 W. 34th St., nr. Seventh Ave.; 212-695-4400; macys.com

The legendary department store has a virtually endless selection of home goods and gadgets, from Kate Spade china sets (from $80) to Keurig coffee machines (from $150). To make registering more fun, the store hosts Sip & Scan evenings featuring hors d’oeuvre and mocktails to take home.

MoMA Design Store

81 Spring St., nr. Crosby St., 44 W. 53rd St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 646-613-1367; momastore.org

For modern-design aficionados, the museum shop offers quirky housewares like the best-selling Porter tray table ($99) and the Quattro task lamp ($450).

Myregistry.com

Hate to be limited to one store? This site combines multiple registries and individual items from any online retailer into a single easy-to-use list. It’s an ideal way to request gifts from merchants without formal registries.

Newlyish.com

Ask for traditional homewares as well as experiential gifts that reflect your lifestyle (museum memberships, fitness classes, wine tastings) or ecofriendly items from shops like Greenhouse. (ecofriendly)

Pratesi

829 Madison Ave., at 69th St.; 212-288-2315; pratesi.com

Jet-setters flock to this Italian luxury store for embroidered cotton linens like limited-edition, intricately woven Paradise cotton sheets ($3,720 for a queen set).

The Primary Essentials

372 Atlantic Ave., nr. Hoyt St., Boerum Hill; 718-522-1804; theprimaryessentials.com

The interior of this home-goods shop elegantly skirts all stereotypes associated with artisanal Brooklyn—you won’t find any rough-hewn floorboards or earthy chevron blankets here. Instead, there are woven hampers crafted by Doug Johnston ($425), one-of-a-kind ceramic serving bowls from Clam Lab ($240), and a quilt made from recycled saris via Auntie Oti ($200).

Restoration Hardware

935 Broadway, nr. 22nd St.; 212-260-9479; restorationhardware.com

For those who like the look of antiques but want something new, this reliable chain carries all manner of vintage-inspired furniture. Cigar-leather trunks start at $950, and washed herringbone sateen coverlets are $170 to $240.

Scully & Scully

504 Park Ave., nr. 59th St.; 212-755-2590; scullyandscully.com

Tradition-revering couples register here for heirloom-worthy pieces like baby-alpaca cable throws ($295), resin fox-head bookends ($125), and Herend porcelain figurines ($60 to $9,650).

Sur La Table

75 Spring St., at Crosby St. (various locations); 212-966-3375; surlatable.com

Score a wide selection of kitchen gear, including items from the hard-to-find French brand Staub, top-rated cooking tools such as Emile Henry pizza stones ($32), and Cuisinart mini food processors ($40).

Tiffany & Co.

727 Fifth Ave., at 57th St. (various locations); 212-755-8000; tiffany.com

The landmark flagship’s fourth floor brims with silver, china, and crystal, in a range of prices: Irish parian bone-china nesting bowls in Tiffany Weave are $35 each, but an Elsa Peretti sterling-silver platter costs $5,000.

Whisk

231 Bedford Ave., at N. 4th St., Williamsburg; 933 Broadway, nr. 21st St.; 718-218-7230; whisknyc.com

These cozy, locally owned shops stock colorful kitchen supplies and in-demand items like SodaStream seltzer-makers (from $80), Le Creuset mortars and pestles (from $40), and Chemex carafe-style coffeemakers (from $37). (good value)

Zola.com

On this registry-as-dream-board, couples can mix and match an array of home goods (either chosen from Zola’s catalogue or added from an outside store), as well as experiences, services, and personal funds. Friends and family put their money toward specific gifts, and couples can choose to have them delivered or convert them to credit to apply to a different item.

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