Cool Store, Cool Owner, Cool Dog.
I want to buy everything in this store and fulfill my dream of living like an International Woman of Mystery.
Just passing by I went in this place and stumbled upon a lamp that looked like something Tim Burton would have designed for Austin Powers.
While checking out I had the pleasure of paying the owner himself and meeting his bulldog who chills out in the store with him.
GROOVY. if you are looking for 60s and 70s vintage furniture and furnishings this is the place to go. most pieces are unique and decoritive. the condition of the merchandise is good and higher.
Are you Greg Brady or John Shaft? Find a little of both at this swinger's dream come true..
Vintage is one thing. But vintage contemporary? The Green Ant is where true fanatics can retrofit their glam pads with the best stuff from decades past. In fact, owner Ron Green is borderline fanatic himself, refusing to sell merchandise that doesn't conform to his rigid standard of "groovy." And everything is in tip-top shape. Green spends hours refinishing his finds (in the finest of naugahyde) before they arrive on the show room floor.
Modern furniture specifically from the '60s and '70s (so don't go looking for depression-era antiques). In addition to furniture, shoppers can find totally random accessories like Heller plastic dinnerware and chrome bar accessories.
What You'll Spend
Many pieces are designer-brand collectors' items. Still, it's cheaper than Pottery Barn.
For the mod and very mod alike. Great for modish furniture and tons of other mod stuff. Most items are in great condition and so can be pricey but not unreasonable at all.