Where To Buy Lamps And Lighting In New York

Where To Buy Lamps And Lighting In New York

 

Lighting is crucial in any setting, not only to create mood and atmosphere, but to also to create an inviting space for certain activities like reading. Whether you're looking for office desk lamps, lamps for bedside tables, chandeliers, or overhead lighting, New York has a vast range of lighting shops to cater to all of your needs. Some looking more like art galleries than stores, they are really worth a visit, even if it's just to admire what's on offer. Take a look at our list below to get started. 

 

  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. Let There Be Neon

    Entering Let There Be Neon is to step into the history of a ubiquitous but little noticed art form that has illuminated city streets for decades. The shop is part workshop, part gallery, and features a continually changing…

    38 White Street, 10013 New York

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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…

    533 Canal St, 10013 New York

  6. RePop

    A few years ago, Rusell Boyle decided he needed a break from the hustle and bustle of New York. He moved to Kansas City to focus on his artwork, but as fate would have it he ended up designing the look and feel of a dry goods…

    42 West St, 11211 Brooklyn

  7. Brooklyn Reclamation

    Hunting for unique pieces? Trying to reuse and recycle what we’ve already got? Then head to Brooklyn Reclamation, a neat place chock full of interesting merchandise that runs the gamut from practical to playful. The store is run…

    676 Driggs Avenue, 11211 Brooklyn

  8. The Demolition Depot

    This 125 Street building-material shrine to all things amazing features a jaw-dropping four floors of lighting fixtures, porcelain waterworks, antique doors and windows, decorative sculpture and just about every other neat piece…

    216 East 125th Street, 10035 New York

  9. Thomas Sires

    As fashion changes more and more, designers are learning that it is possible to make good affordable clothing. Welcome to Thomas Sires, owned by Fiona Thomas and Allison Sires, where military and nautical styles are chic and…

    243 Elizabeth Street, 10012 New York

  10. Urban Archaeology

    Things change over time. Ice cream parlors used to be in drugstores, gum ball machines were once more common than ATMs, and when new things are built old ones inevitably get torn down. Gil Shapiro, founder of Urban Archaeology…

    143 Franklin Street, 10013 New York