And excuse the pun, but it's great furniture—as are the modern pieces inside the hidden storefront where proprietor Matt Singer keeps his more expensive stuff. It's a hidden gem with both authentic and very respectable "in the style of" pieces (like the Kagan-style coffee table currently there), the majority of which coming from Scandinavia in the 60s when wood was something to be experimented with and the lumber industry was less maligned.
It's worth a trip out the L train to browse. And buy. Prices are oh-so-fair.
After starting in design journalism at House & Garden and CNN, Jamie runs the International Design Awards festival, which rewards visionary international design. One University of Southern California MFA later, she maintains a steady fiction and dramatic writing habit.