Head to the back of this cozy Nolita boutique and you’ll spot German designer Nina Freudenberger creating eclectic interiors for stylish Manhattanites. The shop’s vibe—streamlined Scandinavian chalet meets European hunting lodge—was inspired by Freudenberger’s memories from Denmark and Bavaria. Through out her showroom (where almost everything costs less than $300, and most items less than $50), there are unique curios for the home from up-and-coming artists. Plus, the shop’s Wallpaper Bar features sample books from firms including Cole & Son and Studio Printworks; bring along your room measurements and a staffer will recommend patterns, calculate yardage, and even sug gest an installer.
Favorite finds: Faux-aged trophies (like the one you took home after your third-grade spelling bee) that Haus engraves with the superlative of your choice (from $35) and illustrator Christopher Jagmin’s graphic dinner sets featuring oversize numerals ($129 for four plates).