Some of our favorite shops & galleries who exhibit or sell art, design, furniture, vintage pieces or great collectible items in New York.
Lindsey Adelman Studio at 1 Great Jones in Soho is hosting temporary exhibitions of light pieces and objects worth visiting if it's open.
Colony The Designer's Co-op is a stop on my list whenever I'm in town. Located on Canal St the collective hosts group exhibitions, sample sales and also represents Febrik in the US in case you are looking for some exclusive upholstery.
Love Adorned carries those smart tools that will stand the test of time and add beauty to your life.
Espasso specializes in modern and contemporary Brazilian furniture.
Matter a high-end design and furniture store that focuses on the relevant and timeless piece.
The Future Perfect based in Manhattan and San Francisco, is an exceptional showroom of decorative arts and design for both established and emerging talent. Right next door to Il Bucco Alimentari & Vineria one of my favorite restaurants in NY the two go hand in hand, what's design without a little snack break?
Creatures of Comfort a concept store/ brand/ project space. "Hard-to find labels with standout personalities" really is the best description.
R & Company previously known as R20th Century, develops exhibitions and publications on the historical and contemporary designers they represent. Works showcased were produced between 1945 and today and stand out for their quality and innovation.
Swiss Institute is a non profit contemporary art space that opens a cultural dialogue between Europe and the US. Check schedule for lectures, performances and screenings.
The New Museum exclusively devoted to exhibiting contemporary art from around the world.
Salon 94 is a gallery that knows how to create a balance or the perfect mix of art and design in their programming. Functional art meet artistic design.
Mud Australia is a porcelain company with creative values, a great alternative to mass produced ceramics.
The Drawing Center is the only museum in the US dedicated to the intimate viewing and understanding of drawing, in its diversity and significance.
Marianne Boesky Gallery mid career and emerging artists are represented at this gallery with a great design aesthetic and historical depth.
The End of History has one of the largest selections of mid century glass and Scandinavian ceramics from the 20s to the 60s.
HANDJOB Gallery // Storefront an online gallery based in Brooklyn curates a selection of "functional" objects with an artistic twist.
The Noguchi Museum an intimate sanctuary for Isamu Noguchi's work.
The Morgan Library the original collection and library of Pierpont Morgan with a contemporary adition by Renzo Piano.