The Best Furniture Shops in New York

The Best Furniture Shops in New York

 

Finding the perfect dinning table and chairs can be a daunting task, especially when you have to consider everything that has to complement this, such as lamps, table wear and carpets. Luckily for us New York has a great selection of furniture shops for all budgets, vintage or modern, all stocking beautifully designed items. Take a look at the list we've compiled below to get an idea of what's on offer. 

 

  1. Baxter & Liebchen

    Baxter & Liebchen's cavernous Tribeca space lives up to expectation; the open, airy showroom is home to an impressive collection of Scandinavian vintage furniture. Owner Andrew Kevelson takes the headache out of hunting for…

    50 Laight Street , 11201 New York

  2. Fresh Kills

    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…

    68 34th Street 4th floor #C403, 11232 Brooklyn

  3. Stillfried Wien

    Michael and Anna Trubrig are passionate about design, and it shows. The Viennese couple spent years in the business and art worlds until eventually making the move to New York City and opening the doors of Stillfried in 2013. The…

    40 Walker Street, 10013 New York

  4. Bright Lyons

    Bright Lyons mixes modernist furniture and contemporary art, blending artists from today with designers from the mid-century to achieve a perfect balance between then and now. The owner, Paul Bright, worked for years as a…

    328 Atlantic Avenue, 11217 New York

  5. BDDW

    A lofty, spacious SoHo furniture store with high ceilings is the perfect showroom for the original, large pieces at BDDW. Owner and head designer Tyler Hays, a painter and sculptor, originally started BDDW as a workshop in…

    5 Crosby Street, 10013 New York

  6. John Derian Company

    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…

    6 East Second Street, 10003 New York

  7. John Derian Dry Goods

    John Derian first opened his doors in 1989 on the beautiful tree-lined 2nd street by the Bowery while looking for a workspace for his decoupage production. Having moved into a storefront to expand his decoupage line, he used the…

    10 East Second Street, 10003 New York

  8. City Foundry

    Sohrab Bakhshi was a collector. He collected furniture and found objects, refashioning used items for new purposes and accumulating an eclectic mix of home decor pieces. One day he decided to turn his passion into a business, and…

    365 Atlantic Avenue, 11217 Brooklyn

  9. Ochre

    Walk into Ochre and you might think you’ve stepped into an art gallery hidden among the shops of SoHo. And, in fact, you’d be partially right: the store was opened in 2006 by Andrew Corrie and Harriet Maxwell MacDonald to…

    462 Broome Street, 10013 New York

  10. Wyeth

    Wyeth Home has been in business for 15 years, specializing in 1950s and '60s rare furnishings. Find your way into their showroom on the corner of Spring and Greenwich Street (look for the bestselling cast iron eagle in the…

    315 Spring Street, 10013 New York