“Everything in this store is enjoying a second life as something beautiful and useful,” says Proprietor Donna “Dusty” McCullough, a trained graphic designer and visual arts educator. The shop has a fun and funky vibe, much like the happy mélange of merchandise presented, which runs the gamut from home accessories and garden trinkets to originals and gifts. Old doors are repurposed as tables topped with clocks made from discarded record albums, lamps from recycled paper, flattened wine bottles turned into serving plates, and old screen doors are used to display handmade pendant necklaces. A cheerful chorus of wind chimes fashioned from recycled metals, bottles, glass, and jewelry hangs from a hammock suspended in the center of the shop. Our favorites? The vintage ones made with old, often jeweled silverware, some of which hang from vintage serving dishes or teapots. Indeed, there’s so much to take in, shoppers are invited to kick back and relax in a couple of old theatre seats. In the future, McCullough plans to hold local artist shows in the shop’s backyard space and workshops and parties offering jewelry- and sachet-making.