NoHo has emerged as New York City’s epicenter of antique, vintage, and contemporary furniture. Here is our list of the neighborhood’s best showrooms and stores:

Todd Merrill Studio – Todd Merrill Studio offers the finest of 20th and 21st Century American and European studio/custom furniture, decorative arts, lighting, and design. By pushing the boundaries in both the vintage and contemporary markets Merrill has contributed to the rediscovery of great American designers of the 20th Century. 65 Bleecker St.

Dienst + Dotter – Dienst + Dotter specializes mainly in Scandinavian antiques, paintings and objects from the 17th century to the mid 20th ceuntury including a large collection of 1920 -1930s lighting by Danish master Poul Henningsen. Defying traditional serene emotional statement with the common thread being purity in design. 411 Lafayette St.

Sentient – Sentient is a NYC based furniture and objects design and fabrication company that infuses artistic ideas and thoughts into their work. 325 Lafayette St.

The Future Perfect – The Future Perfect was born from a desire to create a showcase for exceptional decorative arts and design. Some work is by established figures in the design world while other pieces are by emerging talents. Taken together, they present a rich and compelling tapestry of dazzling possibility. 55 Great Jones St.

Clodagh Design – Clodagh Design is known for a wide range of eco-friendly products including  furniture, lighting, tiles, bathroom accessories and fixtures, hardware, textiles, carpets, cosmetic packaging and fashion. 670 Broadway

NoHo is also home to Vitsoe, Modernlink, Lobel Modern, and The Furniture Joint by Matthew Haly.