Dining Room Furniture in New York City


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  • Lazzoni
    Locals may have noticed that Lazzoni has grown into a family of 20-plus stores, but the company’s roots actually reach back more than 50 years and thousands of miles away. The first store was in Turkey, where they produced joinery pieces for windows and doors. They eventually got into the business of modular kitchen design, which evolved into the production of made-from-scratch and exclusive furniture for every room of the home. Today, the brand has settled into a decidedly modern style. With a team of international designers from Turkey, Italy, and the United States, Lazzoni showcases original furniture made from Italian leathers, Austrian hardware, and Turkish textiles. The collection is marked by streamlined silhouettes, bold colors, and other contemporary touches: Andel armchairs shaped from clear polycarbonate get a pop of color from a seat cushion in one of 10 hues, and the simplistic Florence bed can be dressed in an elegant textile to match your favorite tuxedo pajamas. Clients unsure of where to start with Lazzoni’s extensive inventory can request personal design services. Designers use blueprints or measurements from an in-home consultation to create a computerized 3D rendering in which homeowners can preview different pieces of furniture. The Lazzoni team also does staging for customers looking to sell their home or those who have recently kicked a furniture allergy.
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    154 W 18th St
    New York, NY US
  • Rizzo's Fine Pizza
    As long as the sauce is good, the pizza will taste great. That's the overriding tenet that the kitchen at Rizzo's Fine Pizza has operated under for 55 years. When the two Rizzo brothers and their brother-in-law opened the original location in 1959, they began with a simple cheese pizza, no toppings. Even today, with their grandchildren running the joint, they keep it that simple. They top the pizzas with Mediterranean ingredients, such as anchovies, marinated mushrooms, and fresh garlic, rather than pineapple and ham or peanut butter and pickles. Their classic Sicilian-style pizzas have earned them praise from many press outlets, including The New York Times and TimeOut New York.
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    17 Clinton St
    New York, NY US
  • Futonland
    Futonland is a one-stop shopping experience for futons, convertible furniture and their related accessories. The Upper West Side store looks like a very well-kept furniture hoard, with chairs, loveseats and futons neatly arranged, but kept as close together as possible. Convertible furniture offerings include chair beds and sofabeds in a range of frame styles, and custom cushioning is available as well, meaning you can choose your own support level and preferred materials. Full futon sets include frames, futon mattresses and futon covers, and a large supply of covers are available and can be customized as well. From subdued basics to far-out, multi-colored patterns, Futonland is intent on offering something for just about anyone.
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    730 Amsterdam Ave
    New York, NY US
  • Albee Baby Carriage Co.
    Albee Baby Carriage’s Upper West Side store is larger than your typical retail outlets, but not necessarily grander. The store rambles and the walls are a simple white, but that’s largely because the focus is on the many young families that come through the front door, eager to find the perfect baby stroller to suit their needs. Of course, Albee also sources car seats, high chairs and various bits of baby necessity, including clothing items. Well-instructed staff will help you find anything you need, from their small selection of furniture (think cribs and bunk beds) to pieces by Chuggington, Tiny Love, Skip Hop and Tegu toys, among others.
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    715 Amsterdam Ave
    New York, NY US
  • Shopletdotcom
    At Shoplet.com, recycling isn't just a way to dispose of paper—it's where paper comes from. Recycled paper, recycled office furniture, and other eco-friendly products make up a major segment of the online megastore's more than 400,000-item inventory. The rest of its stock ranges from printers to cleaning supplies to break-room gear such as coffee brewers and sassy baristas to push the buttons. For added convenience, clients can manage their transactions online and track their orders in real time as they travel from the warehouse to their office's doorstep.
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    55 John St
    New York, NY US
  • Manhattan Home Design New York
    In 2012, Manhattan Home Design launched a furniture collection inspired by the AMC series Mad Men that included an Eames-style lounge chair and a 1930s-era daybed. These modern pieces had sleek lines and textures, and they’re representative of the company’s commitment to indoor and outdoor furnishings with classic designs, some of which have been hatched by legendary designers such as Le Corbusier and Eero Saarinen. You can find everything from barstools made of transparent acrylic to leather studio office chairs that come in various colors, made by brands such as Adesso, Ergocraft, and Zuo Modern. The store also features artisan pieces sculpted from fiberglass, and, if sitting in darkness no longer feels fashionable, you can flip the switch by ordering from the store’s striking lighting collection. You can shop for these pieces at the store’s Garment District showroom location or online.
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    325 W 38th St., Ste 904
    New York, NY US