The Best Homeware Stores in Manhattan, NYC

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25 February 2018

The New Yorker’s stylish streak doesn’t end with their outfits. Enter any Big Apple abode, and you’ll discover a treasure trove of fashionable furniture, décor, and more. To get the look for yourself, make the best homeware stores in Manhattan, New York City, your second home.

Housing Works Thrift Shop

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In-the-know design lovers swear by Housing Works Thrift Shop, a charity-run chain selling vintage and antique furniture that looks and does good. Here, you can feel proud of your purchases, which might include a mid-century sculpture or a vintage Oriental rug, and whose proceeds benefit New Yorkers battling HIV/AIDS and homelessness.

Jonathan Adler

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The pricy playfulness (think decorative objects resembling pharmaceuticals and reversible Peruvian rugs) at Jonathan Adler is worth every penny. Adler’s background as a ceramicist is apparent in items like sleek sofas, museum-worthy floor lamps, and banana-shaped vases.
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Jung Lee

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Make every day a special occasion with help from event planner-turned-home goods purveyor Jung Lee. At her loft-like NoMad store, Lee has amassed a collection of silver-plated three-tier dessert stands, cashmere fur throws, and agate bookends. In other words, it has everything you need to make a night in feel like a blowout.

ABC Carpet & Home

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ABC Carpet & Home has come a long way since it first opened as a carpet shop in 1961. Now a mainstay of New York’s design scene, the store is a one-stop shop for everything from matcha bamboo coasters to hand-spun merino wool throws to 1920s-inspired daybeds, all sourced with attention to sustainability and fair-trade practices.

Canvas Home

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Get your apartment Pinterest-ready with a visit to Canvas Home, where everything from napkin rings to furniture is accounted for. However, its dishware has made Canvas a cornerstone of Manhattan’s home shopping scene for the past 10 years. Here, Moroccan tea glasses, vintage-inspired stoneware, and dishes in Wes Anderson-approved shades of pea green and soft pink make waking life dreamy.

Tictail

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Visit your favorite digital marketplace offline at Tictail’s Manhattan address. Independent creators from around the world contribute to Tictail’s stock, which includes handmade tapestries, rope baskets, buffalo hide aprons, and more finds to lend your home a well-traveled vibe.