At the new Charlotte Moss townhouse, what you see is what you buy: stools, doorknobs, even the heels ($290) on the bedroom floor (pictured). The store’s arrival signals a victory of sorts for do-it-yourself decorators, since access to Moss’s fancy old-world furnishings was formerly available only to card- carrying decorators and designers. Products like de Gournay wallpaper (hand-painted in Britain), for the most part sold to the trade, are available at the townhouse from $75 per yard. other home-design openings: Luceplan (49 Greene St., nr. Broome St.; 212-966-1399), the brand for sleek Italian lighting, has opened a new store; the new Site shop (35-11 34th Ave., Astoria; 718-626-6030) has vintage yellow table lamps ($68) and tweed-covered stools ($160); and Michael Aram now sells his home accessories at his new Chelsea store (136 W. 18th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-461-6903).
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