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You’ll find no shortage of design inspiration for New York City. Whether it’s the iconic architecture, the landscapes of central park, or its endless museums, New York has plenty to marvel at. The shopping experience is a little different, and when it comes to finding good quality furniture and home goods, the options are near-infinite. But which ones are the best? Here we’ve rounded up our top picks. Whether you want to organize, add some personality or do a total décor overhaul, here are the places you need to check out; if we’ve missed your favorite store, but sure to mention it in the comments.
ABC Carpet and HomeABC Carpet and Home
With thousands of items spread over six floors, this Gramercy store has long been the north star for design fanatics. First opened in 1961, here you’ll find furniture, lighting, and fixtures sourced from worldwide. It’s pricey, but it’s hard to find such an extensive collection anywhere else.
Jung LeeJung Lee
Have you ever wished you could recreate the scenes on an event planner’s Instagram page? Now you can, with the help of Jung Lee at her namesake home goods store. She’s big on mixing and matching, so don’t be surprised to see high-end labels like Hermès next to acrylic drinking glasses that can be had for a few bucks.
25 West 29th St, jungleenycom
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Canvas GoodsCanvas Goods
A must-shop location for the last eight years, this is where you’ll find affordable prices with stylish designs. If you’re looking to personalize your living space with a plethora of ceramics, furniture, and table linens – many of them handcrafted – this is the place to go.
426, Broome St, canvashomestore.com
Tictail MarketTictail Market
This Swedish start-up began life as an e-commerce site before its first brick-and-mortar store opened recently on the Lower East Side. This is where you go to find creative or unusual home goods that will immediately stand out. Check it out for clothing, accessories, and home goods from emerging brands that come worldwide.
90 Orchard St, tictail.com
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Coming Soon, New YorkComing Soon, New York
First opened in 2013, the store quickly gained a reputation for some of the city’s best vintage furniture and artsy home goods. If you want to personalize your home, you’re sure to find something to your taste here.
37 Orchard St, comingsoonnewyork.com
The Future perfectThe Future perfect
Certainly not for those on a budget, Future Perfect is where the innovative meets the stylish. Formally located in Brooklyn, it’s a new location. In NoHo is a virtual mecca for anyone interested in interior design.
55 Great Jones St, thefutureperfect.com
Flying Tiger CopenhagenFlying Tiger Copenhagen
It’s worth a visit even if you are just window shopping; this quirky Danish home goods store generated a lot of talks when it first opened last May. Especially when you consider that none of its products top $20, all set up in an Ikea-like maze, you’ll find anything from candlesticks to picture frames to bathroom accessories.
920 Broadway, flyingtiger.com
The Japanese lifestyle brand opened its largest US store in 2015, making the fifth avenue the largest purveyor of the Japanese retailer’s home goods. This enormous store sells everything you could want, including furniture, storage solutions, blankets, towels, and bedding. Everything has a modern and minimalist feel, which the store is famous for.
475 Fifth Ave, muji.com