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The Top Five Places To Help You Redecorate This New Year

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Not interested in buying a faux-leather headboard-ed bed that every other person you know has? If you're looking to redecorate in the New Year, look no further than this list of the best local mother and father owned furnishings joints. Your boudoir will thank you.


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The Gypsy Wagon

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A funky place to find original items for the home. [Photo]

Wooden House Warehouse

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The one-of-a-kind hand-carved tables are as majestic as their towering predecessors. The Design District store also sells textiles and original art. [Photo]
Home of contemporary Italian furnishings, this Design District showroom also shows/sells artwork. [Photo]

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This small space showcases a rainbow of modern furnishings, from astral lighting fixtures to hand-knotted rugs that are made from repurposed saris. [Photo]
From kitschy pillows to old-timey typewriters, Wrare treads the gender-neutral line with aplomb. [Photo]

The Gypsy Wagon

A funky place to find original items for the home. [Photo]

Wooden House Warehouse

The one-of-a-kind hand-carved tables are as majestic as their towering predecessors. The Design District store also sells textiles and original art. [Photo]

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Home of contemporary Italian furnishings, this Design District showroom also shows/sells artwork. [Photo]

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This small space showcases a rainbow of modern furnishings, from astral lighting fixtures to hand-knotted rugs that are made from repurposed saris. [Photo]

Wrare

From kitschy pillows to old-timey typewriters, Wrare treads the gender-neutral line with aplomb. [Photo]