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Midtown Crossing residents can finally get their mid-century modern fix closer to home. Upcycled furniture and decor boutique Rehab Vintage, formerly Sonrisa on Beverly Blvd—has made a new home in Mid-City, conveniently across the street from home improvement mecca Lowes.
As Larchmont Buzz reports, the vintage store is a treasure trove of industrial-meets-eclectic interior goodies, including "steelcase and mid-century [home and office] furniture, neon channel letters and unique signage." Dig their auto mechanic-meets-'60s art gallery vibe? Get familiar with their goods online here before heading over to their cool shop.
Rehab Vintage is open Monday through Saturday from 11am to 7pm and Sunday from 12pm to 5pm.
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