Greenwich Village+ Furniture

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Kentshire Galleries, 10003 Cooper
  37 East 12th Street - New York, NY              
Established in Manhattan in 1940, Kentshire Galleries is the foremost dealer of fine English antique furniture, furnishings, and accessories in America. We invite you to view the selected examples presented here from our extensive inventory and to visit us when you’re in town.
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Property Furniture, 10013 Canal Street
  14 Wooster Street - Manhattan - New York, NY              
Monday-Friday 10am-6pm. Saturday 12-6pm. Sunday - Closed.
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Todd Hase Furniture, 10013 Canal Street
  261 Spring Street - Manhattan - New York, NY              
Todd Hase Furniture, Inc. includes a full collection of upholstery, tables, casegoods, accessories and textiles. Designed by Todd Hase, the line is distinctly modern. It uses a classic vocabulary of shapes and lines to offer a pared down, simplified yet extremely palatable, ultimately usable line of home furnishings. Old world techniques of manufacturing are applied to these modern products: eight-way handtied springs fill upholstered seating and hand fitted marquetry patterns of beautiful veneers enhance tables, casegoods and lighting.
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Silas Seandel, 10011 Old Chelsea
  551 W. 22nd St. - (near Eleventh Ave.) - New York, NY              
"One of the finest Contemporary American sculptors and New York's premiere metal furniture designer - Silas Seandel Studio has been providing fine sculptured furniture for over 45 years. Silas Seandel original works are shipped worldwide to discriminating private and corporate collectors.
The work showcased on this site represents only a fraction of our collection. Our pieces are individually crafted to size, shape and finish. All of our fine sculptured furniture is created in either metal design, or stone design - we do not work in wood.
You are invited to make a personal visit to our studio and see the work in process. Free on-site parking if you call ahead."
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Ligne Roset, 10003 Cooper
  250 Park Avenue South - New York, NY              
Ligne Roset has grown from a small business making bentwood walking sticks founded by Antoine Roset in 1860 in Montagnieu, France to a multinational contemporary furnishings company with factories in France, headquarters in Briord, France and totaling more than 200 exclusive Ligne Roset stores and 1,000 retail distributors worldwide.
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Scott Jordan Furniture, 10013 Canal Street
  137 Varick Street - New York, NY              
Scott Jordan Furniture; makers and merchants of fine furniture for residences and commercial applications. We offer only the finest quality furniture from trusted sources including our own workshop. We like to think that we sell only honest, solid furniture; furniture that really is what it looks like it should be.
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Jennifer Leather, 10003 Cooper
  893 Broadway - New York, NY              
Jennifer Furniture - Sofa Beds Specialist - Jennifer & Friends Sofabeds
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Modernica Store, 10012 Prince
  57 Greene St. - (near Spring St.) - New York, NY              
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"We began hand building modernist furniture in a studio in downtown Los Angeles 20 years ago, and continue to do so in our state of the art facility just blocks from where we began. From the beginning, we've built our reputation on a high standard of quality and craftsmanship. Our product line includes the classic George Nelson Bubble Lamps, one of the top lines of modernist lighting in the world. Our Case Study brand includes the iconic fiberglass chairs, beds, couches, modular shelving and stainless steel outdoor furniture. Modernica is also constantly designing new products, like the Museum Bench and the Tenon Wood series. Modernica furniture and lighting is distributed to hundreds of stores throughout the world. We also maintain a collection of over 3,000 pieces of vintage furniture and accessories that are rented out to studios, and have been seen in thousands of films, TV shows, advertisements, photo shoots and events."
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Katz Furniture, 10002 Knickerbocker
  146 Essex Street - New York, NY              
Katz Furniture, formally known as M. Katz and Sons is a family-owned retail furniture business that has served the New York metropolitan area and beyond for generations. Katz Furniture is well-known and recommended by shopping experts for providing its customers with the lowest prices on top-quality brand name furniture with personal service.
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Totem Design, 10013 Canal Street
  71 Franklin Street - New York, NY              
Totem currently represents 40 designers and manufactures form the United States and Europe, selling their products through wholesale channels as well as its retail showroom located at 71 Franklin Street in the Tribeca neighborhood of New York City. Totem recently opened Totem Soho gallery, located in the heart of Soho on Greene Street.
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Lin / Weinberg Gallery, 10003 Cooper
  34 East 20th Street - New York, NY              
Lin-Weinberg gallery was founded in 1995 by Andy Lin and Larry Weinberg to create a permanent retail space in which to present a diverse collectiion of modern design and decorative art.
Prior to opening the gallery, Andy and Larry were show exhibitors at major twentieth century/modern venues.
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Carlyle Custom Convertible Ltd., 10011 Old Chelsea
  122 West 18th Street - New York, NY              
When Albert DeMatteo launched Carlyle Custom Convertibles in 1966, he focused on one thing — making the best sleeper sofa on the market. By sticking with that goal, he has far exceeded it.
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Office Furniture Heaven, 10011 Old Chelsea
  22 W. 19th St. - New York, NY              
Office Furniture Heaven has the largest showroom display of refurbished Knoll Morrison workstations, and new HON Initiate workstations in the Tri-State area. Our pre-owned and new furniture includes workstations (cubicles), desks, conference tables, chairs, hutches, credenzas, bookshelves, and overhead and lateral filing cabinets of all sizes. All of our items are available immediately and are clearly priced and openly displayed.
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Charles P.Rogers Brass & Iron Beds, 10011 Old Chelsea
  55 West 17 Street - (between 5-6 Avenues) - New York, NY              
When Charles P. Rogers founded our company in 1855, he set out to make the finest beds of his time. Today as then, our products represent a a continuation of this philosophy. The beds you see in our catalog are different from those in other catalogs. All of our beds are exclusive designs, made in our own factories and sold directly by us to you. We use authentic processes and pay particular attention to proportion and detail in order to retain the overall warmth and appeal of the original design while adapting our beds to contemporary bedding sizes. Craftsmanship remains a tradition that is passed from master to apprentice. All of our products are made to the same high standards. The range of prices is representative of differences in materials and complexity. Our beds are not available anywhere else and offer quality and value that becomes ever more apparent over a lifetime of ownership.
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Knoll, 10012 Prince
  105 Wooster Street - New York, NY              
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Knoll is recognized internationally for creating workplace furnishings that inspire, evolve and endure. Our commitment to innovation and modern design has yielded a comprehensive portfolio of office systems, seating, files and storage, tables and desks, wood casegoods, textiles and accessories.
We believe good design is good business. Since our founding in 1938, we have been recognized as a design leader worldwide. Our products are exhibited in major art museums worldwide, with more than 30 pieces in the permanent Design Collection of The Museum of Modern Art in New York.
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R 20th Century Design, 10013 Canal Street
  82 Franklin Street - New York, NY              
R Artists + Designers are those whose work we consistently find to be among the most innovative, iconic and finely crafted of their time. We have chosen to focus more closely on these designers as the core of our collection and our exhibition and publication program.
The historical designers include those whose work is widely recognized as setting the tone for the modernist movement worldwide, as well as those who were no less influential but whose work is only now coming to light. The contemporary designers in this group are individuals whose pieces we think represent exceptional new ways of working with materials in the design of forms for both function and sculpture.
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British Khaki, 10012 Prince
  62 Greene Street - New York, NY              
Colonial and and Contemporary Furniture made from Reclaimed Teak and Sustainable Mahogony.
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ABC Carpet & Home, 10003 Cooper
  888 Broadway - New York, NY              
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In manhattan since 1897. Ten floors offering an inspired collection of rugs, furniture, antiques, home textiles, accessories and sustainable furnishings.
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Karl Kemp, 10003 Cooper
  34 & 36 East 10th Street - New York, NY              
When asked about his earliest antique acquisition, Karl Kemp replies, "It was a Biedermeier chair, which I purchased at my mother's suggestion. I was only 20 or 21 years old, but I bought it myself."
Kemp's mother, a woman of great taste and education, was also a fine collector of antiques. From their home in Cologne, Germany, she instilled in him an appreciation for the Neo-Classical decorative arts of the early 19th Century. Her guidance ultimately lead to Kemp to study the finer points of art history and architecture.
Ironically, Mr. Kemp did not immediately pursue his presnt vocation. his professional goals brought him to New York City in the early 1970's, where he held the position of Chief of Acquisitons at The Brooklyn Public Library.
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Jensen-Lewis, 10011 Old Chelsea
  89 7th Avenue (at 15th Street) - New York, NY              
The Jensen-Lewis Furniture Store opened its doors in 1964 selling canvas sofas and chairs; but we quickly expanded our collections. Today our store is very contemporary and full of intelligently designed furniture - our line is international in scope. We are constantly introducing our customers to new and innovative styles of the highest quality; but when a design proves to be a classic we add it to our permanent collection.
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Troy, 10012 Prince
  138 Greene Street - New York, NY              
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Poltrona Frau, 10012 Prince
  145 Wooster St - New York, NY              
The general public has always and immediately associated the name Frau with the idea of quality and design furnishing and seating in particular. A name that is so characteristic and instantly linked to German sounds, but which is, in actual fact, simply that of the company’s founder, Sardinian-born Renzo Frau, who, over time, has successfully taken the 'Made in Italy’ style and quality beyond national confines. There have been a great many important moments in the history of Poltrona Frau, and they have all contributed in some way to creating the legend of this company that was founded in Turin and is today a citizen of the world.
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New York Chair Company, 10002 Knickerbocker
  193 Bowery Street - New York, NY              
Paul Vetrano, supplies the chairs for about 40 percent of Manhattan's restaurants, in the showroom of his business, New York Chair Co. in Manhattan. Whatever the cuisine, restaurant supplier Paul Vetrano has the seat to match. Everyone opening a restaurant these days hopes to emulate the runway success if the perpetually packed Balthazar in Soho, right down to the retro brasserie's signature stool: a clubby wine colored padded vinyl cushion with brass nailheads astride a mahogany frame. ItÕs the hot new trendsetter stool. Everybody wants it, says Paul Vetrano. He should know Vetrano sells chairs and stools to 40 percent of New York City's 10,000 eateries and many outside of the city, from dumpy diners and Asian noodle houses to sleek coffee bars and posh French brasserie's. While a chair may not be the focal point of the restaurant, says Vetrano, it's rolled in the overall dinning experience cannot be under estimated.
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ThisIsAuto.com, 10014 Village
  805 Washington Street - New York, NY              
thisisauto.com, the online shop for auto, a store located in New York City's meatpacking district and co-owned by husband and wife Renata Bokalo and Roman Luba. Open since September 1999, auto is a colorful multibrand lifestyle shop that sells design-driven home, fashion and baby accessories, bedding, fine jewelry, furniture, books, art and gift items. auto's meticulously edited and ever-evolving collection of merchandise has been critically acclaimed by designers, editors, and most importantly by loyal design-savvy customers. It is the place they come to buy something special for everyone. We welcome and appreciate your feedback.
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Design Within Reach, 10014 Village
  408 W. 14th St. - New York, NY              
Located on W.14th St. in New York City’s Meatpacking District, our Studio is sited in a recently landmarked building from the early 1900s. Following in the area’s industrial vein, the 4,000 square foot loft environment is characterized by raw concrete floors and exposed brick walls. The neighborhood has become home to high–end designer clothing boutiques, multi–starred restaurants and galleries. One of the only DWR Studios to feature weekly window displays, the space displays a wide selection of seating, bedroom designs, workspace and outdoor furniture, lighting and accessories. Studio Proprietor Brian Lynch oversees the Studio and provides personalized, knowledgeable assistance along with his staff.
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BoConcept SoHo, 10012 Prince
  69 Greene Street - (Between Spring Street and Broome Street) - New York, NY              
"BoConcept is the brand name of Denmark's most global retail furniture chain with more than 200 BoConcept Brand Stores and 150 Studios in 47 countries.
Passion at our core - Passion and persistence are what move the people behind the BoConcept brand, whether they are designing a wall unit, leading a team, or managing a Brand Store. Our common mission is to make modern design furniture available to the urban-minded shopper."
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Imports From Marrakesh, 10011 Old Chelsea
  88 Tenth Ave. - (between 15th and 16th streets) - New York, NY              
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Frank Rogin, 10013 Canal Street
  21 Mercer Street 5th Floor - New York, NY              
Frank Rogin, a third-generation antiques dealer, has been in business since 1993. His inventory focuses on European modernist designers and architects who have come to define the look of 20th century public and private spaces. Spanning the various modern era European design movements, the inventory includes unique pieces as well as those that were in both limited and large production.