New York is the ultimate treasure place for vintage lovers, but knowing where to hunt for the best finds can be daunting. My Design Week has combined New York’s best vintage furniture and lightning stores.
192 Elizabeth Street 10012 NY
Open since October 2007, Capitol Furnishings became an essential shopping destination fo New York’s most influential architects and interior designers. This boutique features 20th century home furniture and Craig Van Der Brulle’s own urban classic creations. This store not only sells but also byes 20th century modern designer pieces from the 30’s to the 80’s.
34 West, 13th Street
Wide range of products, from mid-century modern lighting to antique fixtures, Filaments offers unique designs and outstanding craftsmanship. The store also works in restoration and repair, to ensure the original beauty of the pieces.
351 Atlantic Avenue Brooklyn, 11217
This store specializes in Mid-Century, Danish Modern and Industrial furnishings. Open since 1962, the store celebrated their 50 year anniversary last year. (Congratulations!!!) You can find everything there, between its 25.000 square feet filled with products.
38 Renwick Street 10013
Founded in 1993 by Valerie Guariglia and Christine Miele, it started as a passion for collecting mid-century furniture and evolved into a business partnership. Nowadays it is a retail destination for decorators, furniture dealers and design enthusiasts.
Lost City Arts
18 Cooper Square 10018
Established in 1982, Lost City Arts is internationally known as the leading store if you want to buy 20th century furniture, vintage lighting and accessories. The owner, James Elkind, travels the world in search for this unique pieces.