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Again & Again, Again

The vintage furniture outpost starts a new life in the Design District.
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photography by Alex Ham


There’s good news for vintage furniture in need of a home. Leslie Pritchard has opened a new outpost of her popular consignment store Again & Again in the Design District, and it is bigger and better than ever. At 14,000 square feet, the larger space means an expanded inventory featuring a variety of styles, from midcentury modern to Hollywood Regency. And it’s not just the quantity that’s grown—it’s also the quality. “We currently have the best inventory we’ve ever had,” Pritchard says, “with labels such as Edward Wormley, Milo Baughman, and Florence Knoll.”


Though the original Again & Again remains open—in the can’t-miss-it pink house on Bonita Avenue—the new spot has some perks its older sister doesn’t. “Our in-house upholstery shop has moved inside the building so we can oversee the quality control and production,” Pritchard says. “We also now have space specifically dedicated to display and sell in-house fabrics and offer in-house consultations for design services.” In addition, Pritchard has added a meeting room that can be reserved for designer-client consultations. “Our aim is to be a good friend and total resource for all those interested in repurposing, recycling, reinventing, and reloving 20th-century furniture,” she says.

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photography by Alex Ham

And it’s not just about recycling anymore. Again & Again has now entered the bespoke furniture game. With the motto of “you name it, we can build it,” the store is taking orders for custom nightstands, headboards, chairs, and sofas—“while staying true to classic form and style,” of course.

Find more information about Again & Again in our online guide to shops.

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