This popular furniture company celebrates its 75th anniversary with its first NYC flagship. The 1,500-square-foot, ground-floor retail space houses KnollStudio, the brand’s collection of designer-collaborated home creations, while the second and third stories act as a showroom for several other lines, including KnollOffice, which is better suited for businesses, and KnollExtra ergonomic pieces. Oak flooring and illuminated-lacquer shelving mimic the modern aesthetic of the contemporary seating ($171–$8,053), tables ($1,173–$16,203), outdoor furniture ($257–$6,698) and accessories ($8–$303). Admire the multi-level wall display of chairs, including Marc Krusin wood-and-wicker lounge seats ($1,559) and Harry Bertoia steel styles ($698). Shop for unique tables, such as Richard Schultz petal-shaped designs ($826) and Eero Saarinen marble-topped side stands ($772). If you don’t have the cash to completely revamp your apartment, you can still redecorate on the cheap with house-brand moisture-resistant place mats ($22), felt floor runners ($480) and brightly colored coasters ($18). Head upstairs to gawk at the 55-foot-tall wall covered in more than 2,400 textiles, which can be purchased by the yard ($19–$335).