IKEA? Somewhere along the street?
I have a fear of termites, bedbugs and Swedish furniture.
@Andy R You are kidding, right? Or simply trolling or just plain simple?
Gee Andy, doesn't NYC have furniture stores?? What exactly broke on yours - can it be repaired or if this is the justification for something different? LOL . I would also think there would be lots of places that have "gently used" if you don't want to spend alot. Got a phone book - let your fingers do the walking or google furniture and also for sale ads in newspaper. Good luck!!
This one on Fab looks nice - http://fab.com/sale/5007/product/113021/
LOL is this a joke? NYC the mecca of shopping? There's a Bloomies outlet in Hawthorne, or order online from myriad sources, Amazon, Overstock, Home Decorators, etc.
1. Goodwill or other "thrift store" . 2. Antique stores. 3. Go for good quality, not just a cheap price. My Ethan Allen bedroom set is over 40 yrs. old and still strong and sturdy. A little scratched & dented so I may refinish, but it will out-last me.
Hoboken or Smedley.