22 S Ridge St, Rye Brook
The store’s name may be a bit peculiar—its merchandise, however, is anything but. And Company's specialty is luxury furnishings and high-end women’s clothes. Apparel ranges from hand-printed T-shirts by Marrika Charles ($104-plus) to a forest green suede leather jacket by Hazel Brown ($1,025) and include lots of scarves and lacy tees. For the home, you’ll find all-cotton Italian and Egyptian bed linens in beautiful soft colors ($26-plus); one-of-a-kind, hand-blown glass lighting from Tempo; and French linens, napkins, and tablecloths ($46-plus), in addition to a standout collection of tableware.
291 Tuckahoe Rd, Yonkers
Talk about furniture with stories. Items for sale at this 10,000-square-foot warehouse/showroom played a role in movies and television shows and/or commercials and are now, well, has-beens—albeit good-deal has-beens. Faced with an overflowing inventory of items reclaimed from dismantled productions, movie-set decorator Diane Lederman recently opened her business to the public. Expect everything from high-end contemporary items to antiques, with prices from $10 for a knick-knack to upwards of $4,000 for a handsome Theodore Alexander mahogany conference table—it retails new at $6,000—that played a supporting role in a major blockbuster.