Accessories & Gifts
Looking for a bit of
people build extraordinary collections. This shop is fab for finding vintage and contemporary animation art from all major studios (as well as home furnishings, unique glassware, handcrafted jewelry, and other objects d’art). It’s also
Aspire Home, Gift & Art Gallery
New to the
Casa Rustica Bonita
237 Main St.
If you’ve hopped onto the global-design bandwagon, you may have found the just-right accessory at Casa Rustica Bonita. Westchester Magazine’s Best of Westchester pick for Mexican home accessories typically has something eye-catching in the window display that will attract your attention; once you’ve entered you’ll find pieces from pewter items to Talavera Pottery. Note the new location down the street from the former one.
37 Maple Ave.
Named by Westchester Magazine Best of Westchester for wall covering, Cocobolo features don’t-miss wallpaper and fabrics plus furniture, lighting fixtures, mirrors, artwork, and various home accessories.
657 E. Main St.
The aptly-named Cozy Cottage is just plain cute and cozy. Candles, pillows, and plenty of gift items (even a few golfing doo-dads for Dad) are presented alongside lots of fuzzy things for the nursery.
The Eclectic Collector
215 Katonah Ave.
You gotta love a store that carries dancing teapots, designer teddy bears, painted steel roosters, and a slew of other interesting items from more than 300 artists and artisans.
156 S. Central Ave.
If Mom told you never to eat in the living room, you’ll get the last laugh at this restaurant/furniture boutique. The front room is a store showcasing international furniture and gifts, as well as a cafÃ©. The larger back room—where more merchandise is housed—is home to a restaurant where virtually everything is for sale—even the candle holders on the tables.
Home Boutique of
If you take a detour from busy
, you’ll find this charming boutique featuring fine linens, pillow shams, curtains, and tableware. The boutique was opened in 2003 by Normin Taylor, who left Wall Street to follow her dream. You can also order custom bed linens and custom-designed china.
72 S. Moger Ave.
Pillows, dressers, lamps, throws, chandeliers, and more pillows (Aubussons, silks, needlepoints, or custom-made) are found in this cozy little shop packed with home accessories.
575 Main St.
20 E. Parkway,
La Dentelliere, the French word for “lace maker,” offers lace curtains, tablecloths, lighting from
Mano A Mano
80 Kraft Ave.
This charming home-accessories and gift store offers tabletop designs, including MacKenzie-Childs glass and pottery, Tracy Porter serving pieces, and Mary Rose Young’s hand-sculpted and hand-painted collection.
29 King St.
Marmalade carries gift items such as candles, lotions, and bath gels, plus a couple of lines of mostly modern furniture. A second location, dubbed The Keeping Room (formerly of Pleasantville) is now open at
Melita’s Home Furnishings
125 Main St.
This tiny find tucked away on
Ned Kelly & Company
For those who think the good life was defined by
59 Katonah Ave.
This petite shop/gallery pays homage to craftmakers with an array of contemporary crafts, including glassware, jewelry, pottery, and more. If it’s mass-produced, it’s not here.
Seasonz Home Gifts
25 S. Moger St.
You may have known Zee Home Essentials as a place for nifty housewares, but owner Richard Zee is hoping that its new name, Seasonz Home Gifts (effective January 1st), gives a hint of its shifting focus from kitchen items to upscale gifts—from Nambe, Miraposa, Vietri, and Barefoot Contessa. The oldest family-owned business in
63 Main St.
, Dobbs Ferry
This shop is a goldmine for contemporary, one-of-a-kind pieces, including jewel-tone glassware, bamboo-woven furniture, and funky (yet refined) jewelry. A great place to browse—and buy—when you’re looking for that something special.
Sunrise Southwest, Inc.
29 Katonah Ave.
Sunrise Southwest has been a source of Native American art and jewelry, custom handmade furniture, and gifts for 15 years. Check out the pueblo pottery and weavings and you’ll feel like you’ve landed in
1949 Palmer Ave.
A Westchester Magazine Best of Westchester award-winner for its distinctive hostess gifts, Wendy Gee! prides itself on having stylish yet “non-trendy” furniture, home accessories, gifts, jewelry, and personal accessories. It’s a good source for bright and cheery pillows and tablecloths.
29 Washington Ave.