‘Everything here is enjoying a second life as something beautiful and useful,’ says owner Dusty McCullough, a trained graphic designer and visual arts educator. ‘But I don’t just sell something because it is recycled—it needs to be attractive, functional, and useful.’ This eco-friendly gallery/gift boutique has a fun and funky vibe, much like the happy mélange of merchandise it showcases. Clocks made from discarded record albums or Jack Daniel bottles, lamps from recycled paper, and flattened wine bottles turned into serving plates are presented on old wooden doors refashioned as tables, and handmade jewelry from recycled metal and watch parts are hung on old screen doors. A cheerful chorus of wind chimes fashioned from recycled metals, bottles, glass, jewelry, and silverware hangs from a hammock suspended its center. About seventy-five percent of that offered is handmade in the United States. Also offered: Local art shows in its backyard space and workshops and parties featuring jewelry- and sachet-making.