• Fresh kills New york
  • Venture into Fresh Kills and you’re bound to be greeted by two stylishly dressed dogs sporting matching outfits and welcoming you enthusiastically into a treasure trove of furniture, décor and knick knacks. Montag and Ondre, the official shop dogs, keep the company of John Agujar, Fresh Kills' owner, who skillfully curates a collection of unique items in his flagship Williamsburg shop. Agujar draws on his background in fine art to scour estates… More info
    50 N 6th St, Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY 11249
  • Espasso New york
  • Carlos Junqueira was already immersed in a network of Brazilian designers when he decided to open Espasso in 2002. Since then, the Sao Paulo native has channeled his relationships into a “big family” of premier designers of modern and contemporary Brazilian furniture and art showcased in the Tribeca gallery. The gorgeous space features a diverse array of styles that reflect the vibrant blend of cultures that make up modern-day Brazil, and… More info
    38 N Moore St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10013
  • Neue galerie design shop New york
  • This sophisticated shop is located within the Neue Galerie, a museum focused on German and Austrian art and design from the early twentieth-century. Browse items culled from and inspired by the Biedermeier, Fin-de-Siècle Vienna, and the iconic Wiener Werkstätte. Modern designers also create exclusive pieces for the museum, like the Michele Oka Doner bronze leaf wall sconce inspired by Dagobert Peche, and the Sigmund Freud Sunshades by New York's… More info
    1048 Fifth Ave NY entrance on 86th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10028
  • John derian company New york
  • John Derian Dry Goods sits next door to its slightly older counterpart, John Derian Company. Packed with beautiful textiles, furniture, rugs, and art, you feel a little like you're in one of those well decorated living rooms found in interior design magazines. All part of the attraction, travelers and locals alike flock here for charming objects such as prints and originals by woodblock artist Hugo Guinness, 18th century-inspired pottery by… More info
    6 East Second St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10003
  • La casa de las velas New york
  • If you’ve got a problem, chances are that La Casa de las Velas, which translates from Spanish to “The House of Candles,” can help you out. The shop carries merchandise heavily influenced by Santeria, the syncretic religion of West African and Caribbean origins that mixes Roman Catholicism with more ancient beliefs. That heritage is evidenced by the rows of figurines featuring a blend of Catholic saints and pagan deities, and the mixture of… More info
    60 Luis Munoz Marin Boulevard, Manhattan, New York, NY 10029
  • Still house New york
  • Inspired by a fascination with three-dimensional objects and a background in sculpture, in 2011 Urte Tylaite opened Still House – a cool, calm nexus where nature mingles with contemporary design. A storefront not far from the infamous St. Mark’s Place in the East Village - with its mixed vibe of arts, grit and sophistication - seemed the perfect spot to sell an eclectic product assortment at diverse price points. Inside, a vase from a… More info
    117 East 7th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10009
  • Mc & co New york
  • In 2006, Dan MacCarthy asked his friend, Corinne Gilbert, to open a store with him. Corinne, an interior designer at the time, agreed and mc & co was born. They turned a former garage in Williamsburg into a store space and began filling it with home decor, jewelry, and the occasional accessory. Today the store still specializes in these items, offering a selection of lamps, mirrors, fabrics, rings and necklaces that are understated yet… More info
    57 North 6th St, Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Golden calf New york
  • Tucked snugly away on a peaceful section of Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg, Golden Calf is a little treasure chest bursting with unique and colorful pieces ranging from home decor items to furniture. The store carries an eclectic assortment of items that includes porcelain dishes, a rainbow of candles and wooden chests in all sizes. The owner, Natalie Vichnevsky, characterizes her inventory as a “slightly schizophrenic” collection of items that… More info
    319 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY 11211
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