Decorate your digs with eclectic pieces from One Man’s Trash. The 2,900-square-foot store owned by husband-and-wife team Jennifer Toso and Caleb Smith is filled with more than 200 fittings for the home. During the past two years, the pair have collected everything from mid-century Regency-style chairs and Industrial Age antique desks to used “No Parking” signs and table lamps in the past two years. “We want people to have amazing pieces for their home,” Toso says.
One Man’s Trash offers a layaway plan as well as trade-in options for shoppers. Find $5 items to a $10,000 one-of-a-kind 1960s German credenza with a motorized back-lit bar inside the 1-month-old shop. Our pick is the industrial 23-drawer library-card catalog for $1,600. “Nothing in our store depreciates,” Toso says. “Everything appreciates.”