WHAT TO EXPECT FROM OUR PRODUCTS

 

We are suckers for vintage pieces because craftsmanship mattered back then: 

  • FURNITURE was made with solid wood, dove-tailed joints and was built to withstand generations upon generations of use. It was functional without sacrificing form and artistry

  • CLOTHING was carefully sewn in the USA out of high quality materials. Fabric and stitching was durable enough to withstand decades of wash, fold repeat

  • DECOR was versatile, practical and artistic and inspired homeowners to create a vibe for their home that was as unique as they were

OUR PRODUCTS model these values. These pieces can be passed onto our children, because long after you’ve thrown away your particle board dresser, your ‘Lane’ sideboard will still be holding its own with style and sophistication.  

…and chances are, no one will come over to your house for dinner and say, “Hey, I have that same exact lamp!”

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LOCAL

All our inventory comes from the Reno/Sparks area so money is circulated in our community, putting food on our neighbors tables, instead of lining the pockets of global billionaire corporations

Our classes utilize local makers and artisans who inspire our community toward education and stewardship by bringing back age-old art forms crafted by hand.

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SUSTAINABLE

We are conscious of our environment and only feature quality items that will stand the test of time rather than be thrown in a landfill.

We are reducing our carbon footprint by selling previously owned items rather than creating new ones. Our Products may need a bit of TLC to restore them to mint condition and we offer helpful advice on how to refresh and refinish these on your own.

 

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ICONIC

We care about the past and believe that heirlooms connect us to history. Each product tells a story and educates future generations on things of the past. We exist to give new life to all things old and forgotten.

We are a place for people to let go of sentimental or nostalgic pieces, feeling confident that the story surrounding their items will be appreciated once again.