In the city, BoConcept, above, is making moves with a new store that stands as its flagship (160 Madison Ave.). The Danish brand has converted its Chelsea location (144 W. 18th St.) into two standalone showrooms: the first Camerich location in New York City and the Big Apple’s third Calligaris store.
In Long Island, Stephanie Cohen Home (1641 Broadhollow Rd.) brings to Farmingdale 40,000 square feet of flooring, lighting, wallpaper, tabletop accessories and more selected by its namesake designer. Likewise, in the Gilles Clement Designs flagship showroom in Greenwich, Connecticut (120 E. Putnam Ave.), expect a glamorous and worldly aesthetic with statement pieces and lighting.
Retail therapy is the reason for the season. Head to Summit, New Jersey, to browse the new 3,700-square-foot showroom of Serena & Lily (428 Springfield Ave.)–its second-largest location.