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Vintage Decor Shop Brainworks Home is Staying Put on Pico

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Good news for Mid-City dwellers who were mourning the impending loss of Brainworks Home. Store owner Erin Adams reveals that her brick-and-mortar boutique isn't going the way of the buffalo after all, and that she's teaming with another vintage-obsessed pal on the rising shopping block.

Although Adams will continue peddling antique and vintage furniture and decor in her online store, she says she's decided to keep her existing Pico Boulevard space, which will soon be home to clothing retailer Deja Vu Boutique. The revamped store is slated to reopen in February.
· Brainworks Home [Official Site]
· Where to Shop & Grub at Rising Mid-City Retail Stretch Pico Blvd [Racked]
· Vintage Treasure Trove Brainworks Home is Shuttering in Mid-City [Racked]

Deja Vu Boutique

5364 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA