Metropolitan Window Fashions’ expert staffers beautify windows and reinvent rooms with a wide selection of custom drapery, bedding, and reupholstered furniture that has been featured in the New York Times. Patrons can browse a long list of festive and functional Hunter Douglas window treatments, including chalet wood blinds ($103.48, including materials and installation) and designer roller or screen shades ($106.11, including materials and installation). Creative customers can collaborate on custom drapery, which generally cost between $300 and $700. Prices are based on materials, lining, and pleat styles, and do not include installation costs, which run $15 to $21 per linear foot. Metropolitan’s textile wizards will also materialize custom bedspreads out of thin air (starting at $200, not including fabric), perfect for swaddling a sleeping place or making your own ghost costume. Today's deal is also good for reupholstery service, which can revitalize elderly couches ($1,040 before fabric), chairs ($450 before fabric), and dining-room seats ($84 before fabric). Fabric for custom projects can cost between $30 and $100 per yard, depending on the type of fabric, its pattern, and whether or not it can talk.
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.
Rubee’s Closet helps satisfy ladies' style cravings with garments and outfit garnishes by designers such as She-Bible, Emu, and Studio Manhattan. Knowledgeable sales associates greet patrons and pilot them through the boutique's mannequin menagerie, where the Cecilia long-sleeve She-Bible top ($76) shows its stripes alongside Emu's Ceduna leggings ($79), guaranteed to prevent restless legs from flying away. Fashionable scarves help necks stay warm during avant-garde photo shoots in the grocery store's freezer section, and 3”x4” leather wallets designed by Studio Manhattan ($32) offer makeshift safe haven to elegant Serefina eye-of-peacock earrings ($48) during haircuts by Edward Scissorhands.
Lauded by numerous media outlets such as The Dr. Oz Show and O magazine, Essentia's memory-foam beds offer an all-natural and organic alternative to synthetic sleep aids. Crafted from a blend of organic tree sap, essential oils, and plant extracts, the cushiony foam coddles craniums and bodies by shifting its shape to fit each snoozer's form. Pillows cradle heads in a cool embrace, as the highly breathable foam allows body heat to dissipate, unlike conventional pillows or throw pillows made of old waffle irons. Seven mattresses ($1,489–$6,489) offer up the plush foam formula in varying levels of firmness, supporting backs of all shapes.
Jason Nazmiyal, the founder of Nazmiyal Collection, buys with his eyes and his heart. An avid collector and appreciator of rugs for more than 25 years, his tastes span centuries, ranging from classical pieces to art deco and contemporary rugs. Along with a team of specialists, Jason searches high and low to bring his clients the best pieces that the rug world has to offer. His collection incorporates more spots on the map than the pictures Magellan drew of his nightmares, bringing together pieces from countries such as Afghanistan, France, and Spain. Nazmiyal Collection also specializes in rug rentals for events such as films or photo shoots, as well as cleaning and restoration of antique and rare rugs.