The Best Tableware Shops in New York

The Best Tableware Shops in New York

 

You'll be surprised how many stores are devoted to tableware. But then again, we all have to eat! And what good is a table without its wares? Of course, we don't want to dress it with any old Ikeanized items, especially when there are so many fun, inventive, and visually appealing options. So whether you're looking for cups and saucers, wine glasses or cutlery, get down to one of New York's many tableware shops and liven up your kitchen. 

 

  1. 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

  2. Brooklyn Kitchen

    In 2006, Taylor Erkkinen and her husband, Harry Rosenblum, had a whole bunch of ripe grapes in their backyard, but no jars or pectin to make jam with. After having to leave Brooklyn to get supplies, they decided to fill a need in…

    100 Frost Street, 11211 Brooklyn

  3. Leo Design

    The awning outside of Leo Design bears the slogan, “Handsome Gifts.” Indeed, this West Village shop has some rather attractive merchandise. Opened by menswear designer Kimo Jung in 1995, Leo Design is an ever so carefully curated…

    543 Hudson Street, 10014 New York

  4. A Cook's Companion

    Jennifer Baron is exactly how you’d imagine a Wisconsin native and kitchenware store owner to be. That is, friendly, knowledgeable, loquacious, and perhaps above all, practical. Except Baron’s store is located in Brooklyn Heights…

    197 Atlantic Avenue, 11201 Brooklyn

  5. Sara Japanese Pottery

    Opened in 1990, this unassuming storefront stocks a vast array of fine pottery and pieces in lacquer and metal, all domestic and imported from far-flung places like Japan and various countries in Europe. Sara Japanese Pottery fits…

    950 Lexington Avenue, 10021 New York

  6. Les Toiles du Soleil

    Smiles abound at this colorful Chelsea boutique that offers everything from handmade tote bags to Roman shades made out of toiles, a very heavy, brightly colored cotton fabric made on antique looms. The highly durable canvas-like…

    261 West 19th Street, 10011 New York

  7. Korin

    Owner Saori Kawano came to New York in the '70s and worked as a waitress in a Japanese restaurant for three years. She describes her business as the only logical solution to the aspirations that came from her working experiences…

    57 Warren Street, 10007 New York

  8. Global Table

    In 1996, after a decade of working as a fashion stylist and editor for magazines like Glamour and Elle, Nathalie Smith found she’d lost her taste for publishing. However, just as her passion for ceramics and tableware was…

    107-109 Sullivan Street, 10012 New York

  9. Fishs Eddy

    In 1992, Julie Gaines and her husband Dave Lenovitz bought a massive collection of chinaware that had survived a barn fire and brought it back to their Flatiron antique shop. Their purchase was such a hit that today Fishs Eddy…

    889 Broadway, 10003 New York

  10. Dinosaur Designs

    From the outside, Dinosaur Designs looks like many of the other cute little shops on Elizabeth Street, but go inside and the jewelers’ entire concept immediately overtakes the senses. Curved lines dominate not just the bracelets…

    21 Crosby St, 10013 New York