Manhattan Furniture

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Capitol Furnishings, Greenwich Village+

  259 Elizabeth Street - NoLita - New York, NY              
When Craig Van Den Brulle opened Capitol Furnishings in the Nolita section of New York City in 1997, he had already developed the "urban clean" design philosophy that quickly made Capitol a shopping destination for influential architects, interior designers and collectors. Capitol offers a unique and extensive selection of home furnishings and accessories of 20th Century classic design. Featured designers include Barovier, James Mont, Robsjohn-Gibbings, Gio Ponti, Seguso, Venini and Tommi Parzinger. Now Van Den Brulle is building on this tradition of simple, clean, timeless design with the introduction of The VAN DEN BRULLE COLLECTION - an 11 piece line of lamps, tables, and home essentials crafted from lucite. The first of his signature collections, this hand-finished and one-of-a-kind line is the essence of understated elegance, combining Van Den Brulle's passion for beauty with an insistence on fine craftsmanship and high quality.
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Hugues Chevalier, Midtown
  150 E. 58th St., fl. 7th - New York, NY              
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R 20th Century Design, Greenwich Village+
  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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Kings Road Home, Greenwich Village+
  42 Wooster St. - (Between Broome and Grand Street) - New York, NY              
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Modernica Store, Greenwich Village+
  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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Charles H. Beckley Inc., Midtown
  979 Third Avenue Suite 911 - D&D Building - New York, NY              
Since the start of the company, Charles H. Beckley Inc. has always prided themselves on using the finest hand picked materials on all our products ranging from the hardwoods used in making a boxspring to the blended cotton felt we have sent to us from down south. In addition to that, and most importantly, we believe in the quality of our workmanship. Each piece of custom bedding is all hand made by our skilled craftsman. Throughout the years, even with the temptation of commercial machinery, we managed to keep our manufacturing very personal as to each client's needs. Each mattress is hand filled and hand stitched, each boxspring is hand tied and individually upholstered and so on. That's why we here at Charles H. Beckley Inc. believe in quality to make your custom bed last for generations!
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Mike's Furniture Store, Upper West Side
  254 West 88th Street - New York, NY              
Mike's Furniture Store is a furniture store with ready-made pieces, finished or unfinished. There are many colors of products for you to choose from with our color matching chart. Custom made furniture is also available if you bring in a sketch of what it is you want. We will then attempt to build it. Moldings are available to add onto anything you may already have.
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Karl Kemp, Greenwich Village+
  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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Murphy Bed Create-a-Space, Midtown
  336 East 54th Street - Manhattan - New York, NY              
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For almost 20 years, the "Murphy Bed Center" has been breaking the design barrier by dedicating its focus on designing, and improving the concept of the Murphy Bed. We have been on the forefront of product development. Our designers have created a collection of original designs using the latest technology. Our company designs, builds, sells, and distributes our most exciting product line of cabinetry and bed mechanisms all over the world.
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New York Chair Company, Greenwich Village+
  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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Ethan Allen, Midtown
  1107 Third Avenue - Third Avenue - New York, NY              
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Finest creations from five signature lifestyles. The Elegance Lifestyle brings a smooth structure of quintessentially traditional components of design reinterpreted through improve scale and shape. Magnificent yet magnificently livable. A sophisticated mix of decorative and clean timber combined with elegant battling materials.
The Modern Lifestyle introduces a base of classicism padded with modern opinions in design, form and finish. A visual feeling of balance that is attractive to the eye. The art of exaggeration where an haven of relaxed convenience and performance are key.
Romance Lifestyle is motivated by recognized western furniture designs, this look provides unique appeal without the hassle. It’s a fresh on pretty that harmoniously combinations designed timber and hand made finished details with dressmaker materials. An air of wonderful appreciation for the past is obtained with levels of rich structure, curvaceous silhouettes.
Explorer Lifestyle routes a feeling of experience through providing and accessories that create pictures of globe travel. The feeling is comfortable eclecticism. It comes to life through textural modifications delicately details timber global-inspired materials, and natural materials. In non-urban or city configurations, the soul of this lifestyle fits right in.
Vintage Lifestyle is a creatively interesting mix of colors and structure. An outstanding display of the art of juxtaposition. Its careful, gathered feel rises from a relaxing coexistence of apparently irrelevant components. An eye capturing interaction of sunwashed materials, troubled completes, and strong and visual styles contributes an element of surprise to any room.
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Jensen-Lewis, Greenwich Village+
  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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Door Store, Midtown
  1 Park Avenue at 33rd St. - New York, NY
             
In 1953, two sisters from Cincinnati, Ohio came to New York City seeking adventure. Annie and Martha came up with the idea of making furniture out of various "parts". With flush doors and different sized legs they built dining tables, coffee tables, beds, sofas, room dividers, shelving, benches, and more.
These new creations were put on display in their first store, located in a brownstone on 51st Street and 3rd Avenue, which they named "Furniture in Parts". Annie and Martha lived just above their store and put all their energies into their new business.
Their hard work paid off when an editor from 'Look' magazine took notice of their novel approach to furniture and design. He wrote an article, accompanied with photos, all about their unique concept. It was in this 'Look' magazine article that their store "Furniture in Parts" was appropriately nick-named "Door Store". The article drew so much attention that several more newspaper and magazine stories followed. The sisters even appeared on national TV on Arlene Francis' morning show! http://www.doorstorefurniture.com
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Huffman Koos, Midtown
  43 West 23rd St. - New York, NY              
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Huge selection of the latest designs of Quality Furniture at surprisingly affordable prices for every room of your home including Living room sets both in leather and fabric,Bedroom furniture, contemporary dining room sets, bedroom furniture for kids, Dinette furniture, Mattresses and a whole lot more! Whether your taste is Contemporary or Traditional, Huffman Koos Furniture Gallery is the place that all shoppers in N.Y. and N.J. are raving about.
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Palazzeti, Midtown
  515 Madison Avenue (53rd Str.) - New York, NY              
PALAZZETTI®, home of the premium quality Modern Classics Furniture, Rugs, Accessories. The Modern Classics museum quality collection was developed for PALAZZETTI® 26 years ago to the original specifications and are still manufactured in Italy to the same exact standards. A new category: FORNASETTI, has been added for all the products by Piero Fornasetti. There you will find Fornasetti porcelain, Fornasetti plates, Fornasetti accessories, Fornasetti fabrics, Fornasetti pillows, Fornasetti clocks, Fornasetti screens, Fornasetti furniture, Fornasetti curtains, Fornasetti lamps. New buttons have been added for a quick view of Le Corbusier, Mies Van der Rohe, Eileen Gray, Marcel Breuer designs. A new button has been added for furniture parts. Under the "VINTAGE" button you will find lamps by Diego Giacometti, ceramics by Ettore Sottsass, George J. Sowden, accessories by Matthew Hilton, Guido Niest and other vintage pieces from our private collection.
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Fineman Furniture, Harlem+
  2182-92 Third Avenue - (NW Corner of 119th Street) - New York, NY              
Fineman is Manhattan's Home Furnishings Superstore. Since 1937, Fineman has been creating beautiful homes for tens of thousands of families such as yours. With over 200 rooms on display, a professional staff of customer-driven representatives/designers, and personalized service for each and every client, Fineman will exceed your expectations. So hurry in today and experience the Fineman difference.
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Domain Home, Upper East Side
  1179 Third Avenue - New York, NY
             
Most people associate the name Aga with good food and fine living. And although it’s often thought of as quintessentially British, the Aga actually began life in Sweden. The celebrated cooker found in 750,000 households worldwide was invented by Dr Gustav Dalén, a blind Nobel Prize-winning physicist. Appalled that his wife and their maid had to constantly tend to their old-fashioned range, Dalén set out to design a modern cooker that would look after itself. It’s unlikely Dalén could have predicted that his invention would go on to be widely acclaimed as a design icon, but it has. In the year 2000, the BBC published a retrospective of the 20th Century highlighting what it considered to be the top three design icons: first was the Coca-Cola® contour bottle, second was the VW™ Bug and third was the Aga cooker.
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Laytner's Linen & Home, Upper West Side
  2270 Broadway - ( at 82nd St. ) - New York, NY              
For two generations we have offered our neighbors the kind of really nice stuff that we'd put in our own homes: smart, sophisticated yet always comfortable and practical.
We stress value - a bargain is no bargain if it soon falls apart - because as neighborhood merchants, we need you back. So everything in this modest website has passed the most demanding test of all - our customers.
Come visit our three stores -- on Manhattan's upper West and East Sides, or in Westchester.
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Homer, Upper East Side
  939 Madison Avenue - New York, NY              
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Gracious Home, Upper East Side
  1220 3rd Avenue - New York, NY              
The Gracious Home Story Of course, there are many “beginnings.” We could talk about childhoods spent collecting seashells in Camaguey. But let’s just start with 1963, when Natan Wekselbaum and his brother left Cuba for New York City and opened up a little neighborhood hardware store on the Upper East Side. Nuts. Bolts. Nothing fancy.
Well, as everyone knows, New Yorkers don’t exactly fall all over themselves every time a new shop cuts its ribbon—but the charming duo made Gracious Home stand out. They gave the red carpet treatment to every person who walked through the door. Will you deliver it? Of course. Can you install it? Our pleasure. Can you find one in chartreuse? We'll scour the globe.
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Bob's Discount Furniture, Harlem+
  517 East 117th Street - East River Plaza - New York, NY              
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Living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms, mattresses, etc.
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MDC, Upper West Side
  2200 Broadway - (Corner of 78th Street) - New York, NY
             
MDC International will deliver custom-made, quality furniture and provide the flexibility to tailor each piece to the specific needs of the customer, at a very competitive price.
MDC International background Founded in 1990, MDC Int.. Corporation has become one of the most respected names in the industry.
The company operates from an 40,000 Sq. ft. state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in New York City. MDC furniture are sold throughout the United States.
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Aggressive Glass & Mirror, Upper East Side
  346 E 92nd Street (2nd & 1st) - New York, NY