Best Antiques Store

Chartreuse

Mad Men debuted in 2007, suddenly making mid-century modernism a white-hot trend in the furniture and design market. But savvy Seattle shoppers have been going to Chartreuse since long before that. Whether you're furnishing a new SLU rental or a West Seattle split-level, the appropriately clean lines of Eames and Wegner can be found here for considerably fewer bucks than new. The scuffs, scratches, and coffee rings add character! Besides, a little wood refinishing can be a character-building experience (just remember: plenty of ventilation). Long after Don Draper is retired and off the air, his chaises longues and end tables will still look swell in your homeā€”even if (gasp!) you've moved to Bellevue by then. BRIAN MILLER 2609 First Ave., 328-4844, modchartreuse.com

 
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