If you find yourself strolling Tribeca after a day of film-festival screenings, turn onto Franklin Street for Urban Archaeology. Rescued home objects like lighting fixtures, vintage drafting tables, and enamel cabinets fill the loft space. Rummage around and you’ll get a relative bargain like these patinated solid-bronze and glass doorknobs ($200 to $450; 143 Franklin St., nr. Varick St.; 212-431-4646), some of which were reclaimed from the Breakers, a Victorian-era hotel in Cape May, New Jersey.
The Strom sunflower showerhead looks more expensive than it is ($210 at George Taylor Specialities, 76 Franklin St., nr. Church St.; 212-226-5369).
Designer José Esteves’s new ironwork Eclipse Maker table lamp is now at furnishings boutique Intérieurs Design Studio ($1,600; 149 Franklin St., nr. Hudson St.; 212-343-0800).
So You Can See the Label
The shop at the VinoVino wine bar sells Victorian-era wine openers with a brush for dusting ($19.99, 211 West Broadway, nr. Franklin St.; 212-925-8510).
A Chair No One Else Will Have
Swedish designers Claesson Koivisto Rune’s Lapel seat gives your table an original look (from $895 at Dune, 88 Franklin St., nr. Church St.; 212-925-6171).
Almost 80 and Still Charming
This reissue of the 76-year-old Dr. Duck toy is perfect for purists ($28 at Collector’s Toy Den, 85 Franklin St., nr. Church St.; 212-334-0409).
The Grape’s Many Uses
Exfoliate with grapeseed-extract potions at Delluva Vinotherapy Spa; facials include complimentary wine (from $65; 152 Franklin St., nr. Hudson St.; 212-937-7757).
Wear It Barefoot
This hippish girl’s skirt from children’s store Bu & the Duck is made, fittingly, of patchwork ($130; 106 Franklin St., nr. Church St.; 212-431-9226).
For the Bedside Table
Moulin Bleu’s all-French furnishings inventory includes this burnished wood frame from Bordeaux ($65; 176 Franklin St., nr. Hudson St.; 212-334-1130).
A More Interesting Salt-and-Pepper System
The tiny spoons are included with these low-cost glass dishes at the new Tribbles Home and Garden ($25; 217 West Broadway, nr. Franklin St.; 212-965-8480).
The baby-doll halter dress—lightweight and forgivingly cut—is a spring staple ($195 at Steven Alan, 103 Franklin St., nr. Church St.; 212-343-0692).