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Furniture Accessories Stores

New Yorkers live in teeny tiny apartments with the majority of their possessions on display at all times, which makes decorating decisions — €”from which dish towels to hang from the stove handle to how many shelves can be squeezed into an alcove — all the more important. Fortunately, there's no shortage of NYC stores to help you spruce up your place, whether you're looking to organize, inject some personality, or do a complete décor overhaul.

Here, we've mapped out 2016's 38 best home goods shops in New York City. Some new additions to last year's list: Flying Tiger, the quirky Danish store where nothing's over $20; One Kings Lane's shoppable showroom in Tribeca; Cabin Modern, the Cobble Hill shop that beautifully blends modern and vintage; Nadeau, an affordable alternative to chain stores; and Big Reuse Brooklyn, for those looking for a DIY project.

We've also updated some mainstays here, including Steven Alan Home's move to Brooklyn, Muji's Fifth Avenue flagship, Collyer's Mansion's Cobble Hill consolidation, and Canvas's impending move to Soho.

Did we miss one of your favorites? We'll update the map again next year, so let us know your thoughts in the comments section. And if you want some inspiration, check out some of our favorite interiors of all time on our Pinterest board.

Lead photo: Beam by Driely S. for Racked

1 Gracious Home

Upgrade your home one piece at a time — a lamp here, a towel warming rack there, decorative storage baskets everywhere — with pieces from this New York City favorite. This Upper East Side location is so huge that it takes up both sides of the block, with one door dedicated to things like bath fixtures and hardware and the other more focused on decoration; there's also a sister store on the Upper West Side, right by Lincoln Square.

1220 Third Ave
New York, NY 10021

(212) 517-6300

2 Knoll

This furniture showroom opened in 2013 as the brand's first direct-to-consumer shop. Its selection of merchandise rotates seasonally, so expect to find lots of outdoor furniture in the summertime for your dream backyard (sigh).

1330 Sixth Ave
New York, NY, 10019 USA

(212) 343-4190

3 Delphinium Home

When your home needs just a little something to change things up, pick up one of several candle varieties, some bartending accessories, or a hanging jewelry organizer that looks like a cute pink dress.

353 W 47th St
New York, NY 10036

(212) 333-7732

4 Muji Fifth Avenue

The debut of Muji's largest US store to date last fall means that this Fifth Avenue location also has the largest selection of the Japanese retailer's home goods, which includes everything from furniture, storage solutions, blankets, towels, and bedding. There's even an "Aromo Labo" station for creating customized diffuser scents.

Courtesy of Muji

475 Fifth Ave
New York, NY 10017

(212) 417-1690

5 Furnish Green

Tucked away in a nondescript Koreatown commercial building is Furnish Green, a reworked vintage showroom stuffed with affordable pieces ranging from French provincial to Danish modern. Each weekday sees at least five new arrivals that have been carefully picked and cleaned up for resale, and the company is happy to paint something in your desired hue for an extra fee.

1261 Broadway
New York, NY 10001

(917) 583-9051

6 Jung Lee

Even if you're not throwing a major party in the near future, you can still cash in on event planner Jung Lee's expertise at her namesake home goods store in Nomad — it's basically what Pinterest dreams are made of. She's a fan of mixing and matching, so you'll find high-end labels like Hermès next to acrylic drinking glasses that only cost a few bucks.

Driely S./Racked

25 W 29th St
New York, NY 10001

(212) 257-5655

7 Room & Board

This Chelsea flagship store that opened in late 2014 sits on the site of Barney's former warehouse sales and boasts 38, 000 square feet across three floors to showcase its goods — so how many micro-apartments can fit into this store? The national chain gets bonus points for having a vast majority of its furniture made in America.

236 W 18th St
New York, NY 10011

(212) 204-7384

8 Flying Tiger Copenhagen

This quirky Danish home goods store made a splash when its arrival was announced, when we first learned that none of its products top $20. And then when it actually opened last May, we discovered that items like candles, picture frames, desk and bathroom accessories, and more rarely even reached $10 — and they're all set up in an Ikea-like maze that's way less intimidating. Up next? Upper East Side and Upper West Side stores.

920 Broadway
New York, NY 10010

(212) 777-1239

9 RH New York

The luxe home goods chain that updates classic designs with a modern twist has huge plans for New York City. Following this location's recent makeover comes the complete Restoration Hardware experience in the Meatpacking District — in addition to a massive store, there'll be a hotel and a restaurant, whenever it's complete. you're looking something from the brand that's bit more budget-friendly, head over to the Queens outlet for (slight) discounts.

935 Broadway
New York, NY 10010

(212) 260-9479

10 Canvas

Khushbu Shah

426 Broome St
New York, NY 10013

(212) 372-7706

11 Fishs Eddy

This Flatiron staple that got its start by scrounging for unwanted items at Bowery restaurant supply stores is the one-stop shop for funky dishware and kitchen accessories. Go NYC-centric with the Hudson River Line's Statue of Liberty mug, or go all preservationist with various-sized Mason jars. You can also take a stance on this year's political race with Bernie Sanders soy sauce dishes, Hillary Clinton mugs, and Donald Trump cups that are stamped "Proudly made by Mexicans" on the bottom.

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889 Broadway
New York, NY 10003

(212) 420-9020

12 Ligne Roset

Pieces from this French design line are certainly quirky enough to kick off several conversations — think of a seating piece that's shaped like a bean bag, but provides support like a couch. Look out for sample sales to score some great deals.

250 Park Ave S
New York, NY 10003

(212) 375-1036

13 ABC Carpet & Home

First, the carpet — ABC's got a legendary selection of rugs that boast hard-to-find designers and styles. And second, the home — the store carries everything you need to furnish a bare apartment. Prices are on the steep side, but you can always check out what's in stock at the Bronx warehouse outlet and keep up with email blasts for sale announcements.

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888 Broadway
New York, NY 10003

(212) 473-3000

14 Nadeau Furniture

Since its Manhattan debut in 2010, New Yorkers have been obsessed with this Greenwich Village store that stocks unique (read: not mass-produced) pieces that are ready to take home (read: no assembly required) at prices that are lower than their competitors, since furniture is shipped directly to stores rather than going through a warehouse. All that is wrapped into the national chain's tag line: "Furniture With a Soul."

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