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Abode New York

179 Grand St., nr. Bedford Ave., Williamsburg; 718-388-5383;

This inviting space resembles a well-decorated living room, with contemporary clocks on the walls, vibrant accent rugs, and sleek decorative objects topping shelves, desks, and coffee tables. $$-$$$

A&G Merch

111 N. 6th St., nr. Berry St., Williamsburg; 718-388-1779;

The focus here is on reasonably priced wares from up-and-coming designers; the aesthetic is industrial and offbeat. Small items like mugs with animal faces co-exist with big-ticket pieces like sofas and coffee tables. $$

Annie's Blue Ribbon General Store

232 Fifth Ave., nr. President St., Park Slope; 718-522-9848;

Floor-to-ceiling shelves line the store’s walls, displaying party supplies, children’s items, pet products, and kitchenware. Quirky finds such as mullet-adorned letterpress coasters are also part of the motley inventory. $$


375 W. Broadway, nr. Broome St. (various locations); 212-343-7070;

The crack team of designers at this Urban Outfitters–owned brand has mastered the French-flea-market aesthetic. Affordable bohemian homewares seem to come pre-lived-in. $$

Atelier Courbet

175-177 Mott St., nr. Broome St.; 212-226-7378;

Melanie Courbet’s shop-cum-gallery blends contemporary pieces, like bicycles made by Renaissance man Pharrell Williams, with delicate crystal from glassmaker Saint-Louis. Old-school craftsmanship is the common denominator in the exquisite collection of objects, furniture, and home accessories. $$


240 Kent Ave., nr. N. 1st St., Williamsburg; 646-450-1469;

As the name suggests, this Williamsburg storefront stocks home-brightening accents like geometric leather trays and neon Pendleton blankets. The cheery team also offers interior-design services spanning home organizing, paint selection, and accessory styling ( for a one-hour, introductory in-home consultation). $$

Best Made Co.

36 White St., nr. Church St.; 888-708-7824;

This outdoorsy shop stocks beautiful handcrafted axes, compasses, and tin mugs that look equally appropriate in a city living room or a campsite. $$


Launched by a former founder, Bezar brings the pop-up shop ethos to the Internet. Every day new products are launched in each of the site’s four categories—Art, Home, Jewelry, or Accessories—but act fast, the sales only last for three days. $$-$$$

By Brooklyn

261 Smith St., nr. Degraw St., Carroll Gardens; 718-643-0606;

Gaia DiLoreto’s store is committed to all things Brooklyn—every item is made in the borough. The Superfund wine holder seems to levitate your Pinot Noir, and Urban Chandy’s reclaimed-barnwood chandelier instantly cheers up a room. $-$$ (made in N.Y.)


123 W. 17th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-372-7706;

Urbanites looking for a rustic aesthetic flock to this store for artisanal ecoconscious ceramics, textiles, and accessories. The company prioritizes sustainable materials and fair-trade products whenever possible. $$$ (ecofriendly)


767 Fifth Ave., at 59th St. (various locations); 212-457-3202;

This newly opened location brings another of the company’s boutiques to the high-fashion window displays of midtown. Steps from Central Park, the sparkling shop will include all of Cartier’s classic fare, with featured home décor like finely crafted timepieces and sycamore boxes. $$$$

Chen Chen & Kai Williams

These Pratt-educated industrial designers practice welding, jewelry-making, and woodcarving in their Brooklyn studio. Concrete bookends and the simple Borer stool in ash are just a few of their inventive offerings. $$$ (made in N.Y.)

Creel and Gow

131 E. 70th St., nr. Lexington Ave.; 212-327-4281;

This natural-wonders emporium is full of ephemera for eccentric and chic homes. Find sophisticated stone boxes, selenite logs, and the store’s signature silver-dipped shells. $$$

Delphinium Home

353 W. 47th St., nr. Ninth Ave; 212-333-7732;

The front of this packed-to-the-gills accessories shop holds clocks and picture frames. In the back, find high-end bathroom products, kitchenware, and an anything-goes section of candles and barware. $$


413 W. 44th St., nr. Ninth Ave.; 212-581-8099;

This small, unaffected space caters to those looking to accessorize upscale homes with distinctive exotic goods. Much of what the owners bring back from their yearly buying trips overseas is handmade, equitably and sustainably. $$-$$$ (ecofriendly)

The Evolution Store

120 Spring St., nr. Greene St.; 212-343-1114;

Fully accredited by a handful of paleontology and natural-science groups, this eye-opening shop is full of natural curiosities like shark teeth, taxidermied creatures, preserved blowfish, fossils, and zebra-skin rugs. $-$$$

Flat 128

15 Christopher St., nr. Waverly Pl; 646-707-0673;

This cozy boutique owned by ex–Notting Hill resident Elizabeth DuBois is brimming with U.K.-made trinkets sourced from wonderfully niche British designers, like Fox umbrellas and vintage Jubilee cushions. $$

Fuego 718

249 Grand St., nr. Roebling St., Williamsburg; 718-302-2913;

This store’s colorful handmade goods are from Brooklyn as well as far-flung places like Peru, Italy, Mexico, Nepal, and beyond. Plus, there’s a green slant: Vases are fabricated from old magazines, and Engage Green’s sturdy totes are woven from recycled paper. $-$$ (ecofriendly / made in N.Y.)

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