Poltrona Fau turns 100 this year

ABC Carpet & Home
The luxury home goods flagship, open since 1897, has amassed an array of styles that are “instrumentally inspired by indigenous culture and design and [then brought] into a modern context,” says creative director Paulette Cole. This spring ABC opens Raw, an area of the store featuring stripped-down vintage and antique pieces from around the globe. 888 and 881 Broadway, 212-473-3000; abchome.com

Christiane Lemieux’s moderndesign brainchild opens its first, highly anticipated store in May. The label has “a unique point of view in textiles and upholstery,” says Lemieux, a former fabric assistant for Isaac Mizrahi. “When you combine that with the gorgeous lines of the furniture, the result is very special.” 77 Wooster St., 646-442-6000; dwellstudio.com

Elizabeth Bauer Design
“I only buy pieces that I would put in my own home, so it’s a very eclectic group of things that I collect in my travels,” says Elizabeth Bauer of her namesake boutique. Browse through blown glass, Parisian Deco leather chairs, midcentury lamps, and multifunctional vintage bar carts. 43 Greenwich Ave., 212-255- 8625; elizabethbauerdesign.com

“Our style might be best described as ‘bending tradition,’ as designs are often based on traditional English antiques, to which we add our touches,” says creative director Rebecca Proctor. The theatrical and whimsical pieces marry color and pattern, often with floral motifs, to liven up any bath, dining, or living room. 14 W. 57th St., 212-570-6050; mackenzie-childs.com

Nest Interiors
This unassuming Chelsea boutique offers a unique collection of vintage, art, furniture, and modern tabletop knickknacks created by local artisans or sourced from around the globe. The small shop is a favorite among stylists and designers. 172A Ninth Ave., 212-337-3441; nestinteriorsny.com

Nova Studio
Sleek, contemporary, high-end European designs are on display in this Midtown showroom. With a selection of Italy’s Arclinea kitchens, Tre-Più doors, and Lema furniture as well as Belgium’s Kreon lighting and Extremis outdoor furnishings, Nova Studio offers fine pieces to complete an entire home. 150 E. 58th St., 212-624-1400

Poltrona Frau
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the company best known for its soft, luxurious leather. Its 1930 Vanity Fair chair is still available today, a testament its timeless aesthetic. 145 Wooster St., 212-777-7592; frauusa.com

Restoration Hardware
The historically inspired designs within Restoration Hardware offer enduring appeal. This spring the label introduces a line of wares in hues of blue, adding a new dimension to its traditionally neutral palette; it’s also launching a collection of smaller-scale furniture. 935 Broadway, 212-260-9479

Royal Botania
“Ergonomics dictate the lines of every collection,” says Thierry Herbert, president of the outdoor furniture company. The contemporary furnishings, some of which appear almost futuristic, include hammocks, dining sets, and loungers, ideal for your terrace, rooftop, or Hamptons poolside. 394 Broadway, 212-812-9852; royalbotania.com

Tui Lifestyle
Known for the brisk installation of its home design solutions—a process that typically happens within 72 hours of purchase—Tui Lifestyle assures instant gratification. Designer packages completely make over a room with handcrafted, custom-installed furniture and accessories. 136 Greene St., 212-300-7046

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