Trust me. I went. Tables are featuring all kinds of fun stuff at up to 75 percent off. I spied gorgeous Mor gift soaps for $18, a five-piece KleinReid StillLife book set for $215 (down from $425), Jonathan Adler soap dishes for 50 percent off, a tea pot with eight cups for $250 (from $495), a D.L. & Co. Angel’s Trumpet rollerball perfume for $23, serious jewelry boxes, silly adhesive metal signs for $6 to $13, letterpress sets from Nest owner Heather Wiese-Alexander‘s Bell’Invito for 50 percent off and stationery. Lots of stationery. Jump to see a photo. Nest’s genius buyer, Donald Fowler, gave me a little sneak preview of what’s to come at the new shop, and let’s just say, get excited. The new spot, he says, will be a bold juxtaposition of old and new. (Think antique wood mixed with modern lucite.) I can’t wait. Hopefully, doors will open at the beginning of October. In the meantime, hit up the current location in Snider Plaza for the tables of fun finds.