We’ve collected the best interior furniture shops and showrooms for you to enjoy while in the Big Apple. From small showrooms and boutiques to grand flagships, there is a huge variety of sources to find the best interior design furniture and inspirations.
ABC Carpet & Home
Back in 1961, Jerome Weinrib opened this space in Broadway as just a carpet store. Nowadays, and with the renovation from his daughter Paulette Cole, the store has six floors of furniture, lighting and accessories.
This is the place you wanna visit if you desire to have the best interior design pieces from big fancy events. The party planner Jung Lee collects and sells in this shop the most over the top objects from her previous jobs.
This elegant and high-end showroom located in Soho has a big collection of the most extravagant goods from around the world and by the top designer brands of the planet.
With a new location on New York District Centre, this shop has home items hand-selected by (and some designed by) Thomas O’Brien himself. A great store with a connection with one of the best interior designers of the city
Alt for Living
The love for travel and vintage pieces meet in this showroom that is mostly composed by textile rugs, wallpapers, and custom lighting.
Saks Fifth Avenue
Saks Fifth Avenue is an American luxury department store chain in Midtown Manhattan. One of the most famous stores in the city of lights….but also in the entire world. As a luxury department, it also sells….luxury furniture!
Voce Di is a 5000 sq. feet showroom in new york, design center and contemporary gallery that brings design, art and furniture together, in Soho. The evolution of interiors, designed to better your life – a new retail hybrid-equal parts, 5000 sq feet showroom, design center and gallery-that feels more like a contemporary, international home than a cluttered home store. Born from a lifetime of global exploration and experience working with stone, wood, art, fabrics and furnishings, Voce di gives voice to a range of design, craft leaders in kitchen, baths, furniture, flooring and bringing together an innovative collection of rugs, art and fabrics.
BBW Handmade American Furniture
BDDW is a small American furniture company dedicated to the creation of well crafted timeless designs. Tyler Hays, a painter and sculptor, is the company founder and head designer. BDDW is known for their heirloom quality solid wood furniture, traditionally joined, in select domestic hardwoods. Their finishes are all hand-rubbed with natural oils and lacquers. BDDW is a small company that makes its furniture by hand in their Williamsburg Brooklyn studio. The workshop is run by Joshua Vogel, who is trained as an architect, and insists on the finest materials and methods, such as solid domestic hardwoods, traditional joinery and hand-rubbed finishes in natural oils and lacquers.
Mondo Collection is a furniture and design house based in the Flatiron area of Manhattan, New York. We are more than a furniture, lighting, and interior design showroom; Mondo Collection is a space where clients are exposed to the greatest in contemporary, upscale, and exclusive furniture and design. What sets Mondo apart is its ability to exclusively represent well-renowned, global designers, many of whom have not previously been represented within the United States. Tastefully combine their designs to form a unique collection that appeals to the local market. In essence, the collection provides the opportunity for clients to preview and have access to the latest trends from other pockets of the world.
DDC New York City
DDC NYC (Domus Design Collection) is a luxurious, contemporary furniture shop filled with pieces to swoon over. DDC showcases over a hundred of designers, mostly European imports. It is claimed to be a designer’s paradise and one of NYC’s shopping secret.
The Rug Company
The London-based floor coverings giant The Rug Company moved less than a block down East 59th Street into a snug new space that plays host to its revolving cast of rugs by fashion designers such as Paul Smith, Diane von Furstenberg and Alexander McQueen.
When book publisher Rizzoli shuttered its fantastically old-school midtown shop, book lovers across town mourned the loss. But to much relief, its new location 30 blocks south proved to be just as crowd-pleasing as its predecessor. Designed by AD100 architecture firm Ike Kligerman Barkley, the shop is bedecked in custom Fornasetti wallpaper murals, black-and-white stone floors, and bookcases salvaged from the original 57th Street location.
The Spanish brand Porcelanosa, purveyors of wall tile, flooring, and assorted kitchen and bath fixtures, tapped Pritzker Prize–winning architect Sir Norman Foster and his firm, Foster + Partners, to devise its first Manhattan flagship in a 1918 landmark by architects Ely Jacques Kahn and Albert Buchman that overlooks Madison Square Park.
A slew of wildly colored trunks appeared on the Upper East Side as French luggage brand Goyard set up its first New York shop in a stately townhouse on East 63rd Street that once housed Charlotte Moss’s beloved boutique. With parquet floors, brass-trimmed mahogany and glass cabinets, and archival Braquenié carpeting, the space maintains the feel of Goyard’s original 19th-century shop in Paris.
Hudson Furniture, the New York furnishings and lighting company, moved to a 25,000-square-foot home in Chelsea, giving its high-octane designs even more room to breathe. In the lofty space, decorative moldings and stately Corinthian columns are paired with rugged concrete floors and cement-gray plaster walls. The rough-meets-refined look is fitting, considering Hudson’s hallmarks: chandeliers draped with metal chains, Nakashima-esque wood tables, and plenty of polished bronze and brass.
Jeweler James Taffin de Givenchy opened an exquisite showroom and workshop on the 25th floor of a Madison Avenue office tower, displaying his dazzling confections amid rare antiques and his personal collections.
Seattle-based fashion brand Totokaelo opened its first East Coast flagship in New York’s SoHo neighborhood. In the intensely architectural space—once the home and studio of sculptor Arturo Di Modica—the brand’s avant-garde selection of fashion hangs among a fascinating mix of vintage 20th-century chairs, collected by founder Jill Wenger from eBay dealers and flea markets across Europe.
Zak + Fox
Textile designer Zak Profera of Zak + Fox opened a new studio and showroom on West 26th Street filled with his graphic fabrics, exotic rugs collected from around the world, and an eclectic mix of vintage and antique furnishings.
WANT Les Essentiels
Canadian accessories brand WANT Les Essentiels opened its first boutique stateside in New York’s West Village. In the homey boutique, their structured leather goods mix with contemporary ready to wear and expertly appointed vintage and contemporary furnishings.
Bunny Williams Home
Though Treillage, the cherished Upper East Side shop Bunny Williams ran with her husband, John Rosselli, closed in the spring of 2015, store ownership is not a thing of the past for Williams. A few months later the AD100 designer opened her first eponymous showroom in the Fine Arts Building, where she displays her various home lines alongside vintage and antique treasures.