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Kreth generally sticks to websites when looking for home decor. "You can type in 'black and white stripe' and come up with a whole slew of things," she explains.
"This is another place I can type in 'black and white' and come up with a lot of stuff," says Kreth.
Ikea (1 Beard St at Otsego St, Red Hook, Brooklyn; 718-246-4532, ikea.com)
The Swedish chain offers many items—including bookshelves, tables and storage units—in red. "I am on the lookout for a red bed frame, but have yet to come across one," says Kreth.
Pottery Barn Kids (1311 Second Ave at 69th St; 212-879-4746, potterybarnkids.com)
Kreth scours the tween version of the ubiquitous furniture chain for black-and-white items. "I just bought a black-and-white polka-dot rug there," she says.
Gothic Cabinet Craft various locations throughout the city; visit gothiccabinetcraft.com for more info.
Kreth has purchased several larger items, like an armoire that currently sits in her living room, from this furniture store. "It's really well made and it's nude, so you can have it painted any color," she explains.