• ABC Carpet & Home

    What started out as New York’s premier source for rugs has become an indoor souk offering everything from lighting to bedding, contemporary furniture, antiques, and a dazzling array of household accessories (including the Frisbee, a state-of-the-art French pedal-operated garbage can), all with an eco-friendly bent.

  • Amara

    An English interior design business that snowballed into a full-scale online retailer, Amara offers a number of top housewares brands, such as Iittala and Hay.

  • Analogue Life

    The MO behind this Remodelista favorite is to preserve traditional Japanese craft and make it newly relevant. We love its wooden dustpans and cypress clothing racks fashioned after kimono stands.

  • Ancient Industries

    Created by graphic designer and Remodelista contributing writer Megan Wilson, Ancient Industries is an inspired compendium of British and European housewares that have been made the same way for generations.

  • A+R Store

    A+R carries well-selected modernist designs for LA living and beyon—including shelving options from all over the globe.

  • Brook Farm General Store

    A Brooklyn pioneer, Brook Farm (now online only) stocks lovely basics: Riess wooden and enamelware canisters in four sizes, French string bags, and Senegalese woven laundry hampers.

  • Canoe

    Canoe’s meticulously edited range of items—matte black mixing bowls, canvas totes, walnut peg-system shelves—includes many that hail from Portland.

  • David Mellor

    While David Mellor is synonymous with genius flatware design, the shop also carries a range of timeless household goods, such as plywood trays by David’s son (and successor in the family business), Corin Mellor.

  • Everyday Needs

    Star New Zealand stylist Katie Lockhart’s collection of “the pared-back, earthy, and honest” is a favorite source for inspired accessories, such as Japanese metal toolboxes and wooden doormats.

  • Father Rabbit

    Interior designer Claudia Zinzan’s trove of simple and sublime housewares has something for every room.

  • Finnish Design Shop

    This comprehensive selection of Finnish and other Scandinavian products ranges from classics to designs by emerging talents.

  • Floyd

    This Detroit start-up aims to rethink apartment essentials. Floyd’s platform bed and simple-to-install wall brackets are made to move with you.

  • The General Store

    With its astute gathering of new and vintage wares, the General Store emphasizes California-made goods. Get your Beth Katz stoneware bowls and Luke Bartels live-edge cutting boards here.

  • Hive

    This online shop is dedicated to modernism’s greatest hits by Knoll, Herman Miller, and Alvar Aalto, among others.

  • Huset

    Contemporary Scandinavian wares, from brightly patterned Swedish dishcloths to Verso baskets, are the focus here.

  • Kaufmann Mercantile

    Check out this online catalog for long-lasting and well-designed goods, complete with background histories.

  • Lekker

    Lekker sources furniture and tableware with a Dutch and Scandinavian aesthetic. Storage options range from handcrafted wire and cane canisters to sculptural coatracks.

  • The Line

    Set up as real homes, the Line’s two stores are stocked with high-style versions of the stuff of life, all of it for sale. The goods are also available online and run the gamut from Michael Verheyden gray suede stools to Tenfold brass tissue box covers.

  • Lost & Found

    Five small storefronts collectively make up Lost & Found, owner Jamie Rosenthal’s collection of housewares as well as fashion and art. A great source for woven baskets, ceramic trays, and wooden and jute stools that you won’t see everywhere else.

  • Manufactum

    This trailblazing German department store is devoted to classic, no-nonsense designs for every inch of the house. Some standouts include enameled kitchen garbage cans, telescoping wooden sewing boxes, and wicker shopping trolleys. Manufactum’s offerings run far and deep. And there isn’t an off note in the bunch.

  • Merci

    It’s reason enough to make a trip to Paris: Merci’s charmingly French collection of furniture, accessories, and office and garden supplies, including a good selection of enamelware trays. Profits (originally all and now some) go to education and development projects in Madagascar.

  • Mjölk

    Tastemaking young couple John and Juli Baker’s boutique features Scandinavian and Japanese design (and often an inspired convergence of the two). In a world of modernist design stores, Mjölk stands out for its pure vision and can-do spirit.

  • Mûr

    The carefully selected pickings from this small new online shop devoted to beautiful, “fully matured” everyday staples (mûr is French for “ripe”) range from linen aprons to wood-handled scrub brushes, brass towel bars, and a great array of baskets.

  • Nalata Nalata

    An East Village gallery devoted to Japanese designs, Nalata Nalata has showcased specialty scissors made by a multigenerational family business, and the latest leather baskets and hooks from cult sneaker brand Hender Scheme. Find hinoki and copper bath buckets and stainless steel toilet paper trays in the online shop.

  • NK Shop

    Interior design duo Todd Nickey and Amy Kehoe offer household accessories and European vintage finds with a boho-chic sensibility. For stylish storage, take a look at Nickey Kehoe’s own line of powder-coated steel hanging hooks and wastebaskets.

  • Old Faithful Shop

    A favorite resource for lighting and linens, Old Faithful also stocks tiered-wire produce baskets, stacking mugs, and other kitchen basics.

  • Pod

    This charmingly tiny housewares and clothing boutique is the American home base of Japanese line Fog Linen ( and a good source for trays, linen dish towels, and our favorite Spanish wineglasses.

  • Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.

    Portland, Oregon–based lighting specialist Schoolhouse Electric now offers timeless, well-made designs for the whole house. See its storage and “domestic utility” departments for true-to-the-company’s-name classroom-style steel wastebaskets, cafeteria trays, and wire gym baskets.

  • Sweet Bella

    Sweet Bella is the exclusive U.S. distributor for a far-ranging group of finds, including the Ercol stacking chair, the Maison Martin Margiela champagne bucket, MT washi tape, and some of the best desk accessories on the planet. The company’s boutique on New York’s Lower East Side, Top Hat, is worth the pilgrimage.

  • Tiina the Store

    This inspired collection of Scandinavian design classics came together when star fashion stylist Tiina Laakkonen was sourcing goods for her own home (see it in Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home).

  • Tortoise General Store

    Visit Abbot Kinney Boulevard’s hub of slow design from Japan for owner Taku Shinomoto’s Hasami line of stackable ceramic plates, bowls, and mugs with wooden inserts that serve as trays and covers.

  • Trnk

    Featuring handsome, Scandinavian-accented designs for the whole home, Trnk offers a wedding registry perfect for couples hoping to receive Normann Copenhagen steel pedal bins and Menu lidded oak bowls.