This eclectic but well-conceived community-operated space is part art gallery, part furniture store, part antiques showroom, and even part music store. The ceilings are high and the floor paved in sea-washed wood. There's an organ in back, near an old record player with LPs, and across the room sits a baby grand piano. Elsewhere are a red bathtub layered with faux-fur blankets, jewelry that's sold out of a 1920s suitcase, and a bulging old wedding-registry book from Louisiana. A fat, black cat greets everyone who walks through the door. Everything is for sale except the cat.