The draw ihere is good-quality, affordable furniture for a crowd that wants to move up from Ikea but stay away from Pottery Barn. Mostly big pieces such as dressers, wardrobes and tables predominate, and the stock moves quickly, which is key to keeping the prices down. Although there is a large neighborhood contingent, there is the story of a New York City c who were so impressed with the prices that they bought furniture here and moved it back to the Big Apple via a rented U-Haul. Although a furniture store by design, co-owner Anna Kahoe also stocks a small but spectacular selection of vintage jewelry that includes pieces dating as far back as the Victorian period. Intricately carved Bakelite bracelets sell for hundreds of dollars, while swingy gold-tone pendants from the 1970s can be had for as little as $22.