• The future perfect New york
  • With locations in Manhattan and LA, this Brooklyn-based furniture and design shop gets high marks for creativity and originality. The owner’s personal taste and interest in architecture, interior and product design shines through – as well as his lack of formal training. The result is an ever-changing selection of rule-breaking but delightful pieces guaranteed to start a conversation (if not a riot) in your apartment. Gilded tree stumps mix with… More info
    55 Great Jones St, Manhattan, New York, NY 11211
  • Adore New york
  • Adore, a lovely floral shop on Lafayette and Bond, first opened its doors in a small space further South on Lafayette in 2005. Back then the street was quiet, but it has transformed over the years, bringing lots of loyal customers and businesses in the Soho neighborhood through its doors. When owners Chiyomi Uchino and Jack Wu decided it was time to expand they moved up the street three years ago and have been in their current location ever… More info
    323 Lafayette Ave, Manhattan, New York, NY 10012
  • Fleurs bella New york
  • Walking down 11th St, between Broadway and University Place, you may have passed an old-fashioned wooden bench and a basket of flowers. Those flowers—in case you were not aware—are there for the taking, fresh cut and left outside daily by floral designer Bella Meyer. Step through the door and her shop, fleursBella, greets patrons with a sculpted canopy that could naturalize even the most modernist of interiors. A granddaughter of Marc Chagall… More info
    55 East 11th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10003
  • Modernlink New york
  • Modernlink owner and designer William Lee followed his passion for design and named his company after being inspired by an exhibition on the influence of China’s Ming Dynasty on Danish Modernism. Years later, Lee, a New York transplant from Hong Kong, founded Modernlink to showcase expertly selected Modernist furniture that is almost exclusively Danish and Dutch (though the store also carries delicious Australian sheepskin throws, one of Lee’s… More info
    35 Bond St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10012
  • Broadway panhandler New york
  • Broadway Panhandler isn’t your average kitchenware store. The family-founded and operated shop takes pride in offering a vast selection of kitchen items for everyone from the most experienced chef to the first-time novice. Customers can find inexpensive novelties and top-of-the-line technology - sometimes in the space of a single shelf - and are encouraged to ask the knowledgeable staff for advice. The store strives to cater to all of the… More info
    65 East 8th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 100003
  • Halloween adventure store New york
  • At Halloween Adventure, dressing in costume is more than just child’s play, and it's not just for Halloween either. Open year-round, this Greenwich Village costume superstore stocks everything from classic flapper gear to a get-up aptly named “Buggin’ Out”: a reversible ladybug/bee ensemble for the indecisive among us (appropriately patterned press-on nails available). Tony, who’s been managing the location for 15 years, tells us they have… More info
    104 4th Ave, Manhattan, New York, NY 10003
  • The hole shop at the hole gallery New york
  • The Hole Shop at the Hole Gallery is a hard-to-miss art and curiosity shop on the Bowery. Artists and art lovers stumble in from the gallery next door to find 'zines, art books, limited edition prints and artist-produced tchotchkes (like John Waters canvas totes, USB-activated floral animations, Mickey Mouse sculptures for adults etc.). A creative platform for both emerging and established artists, The Hole Shop holds screenings on their 24-hour… More info
    312 Bowery, Manhattan, New York, NY 10012
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