Steven Alan Home Shop - You Won't Want To Leave

Kitchen goods to lust over at the Steven Alan Home Shop

First, a gentle warning: Visit the Steven Alan Home Shop and you may not want to leave.

This new Tribeca store, a well-curated shop full of unique home, kitchen and lifestyle items, exudes loveliness. The skylit white-bricked space teems with light and green plants.

It's a ripe stop for table adornments and last-minute gifts.

There are splendidly irregular ceramic spoons, bowls and teapots by Shino Takeda and Small Spells, exclusive glassware created in collaboration with Brooklyn Glass Studio, dreamy Haand bowls, and striped dish towels and napkins from Auntie Oti.

Those in need of a quick gift can pick up a cookbook (The Lebanese Kitchen, India: The Cookbook), small-run publications (Gather, Kinfolk), Hudson Valley Seed Library seeds ($4) and bars from San Francisco's Dandelion Chocolate ($9).

Good things to eat include Morris Kitchen syrups ($13), Juniper Ridge teas ($13) and Shady Acres Organic Farm jams ($12)–the farm is owned by a Steven Alan staffer's family.

There's also food and drink to fill all your new finds: A quirky comestible touch includes a refigerated case of nut milks and juices from Heartbeet Juicery, and flash-frozen local produce from Hudson Valley Harvest.