Filling your home with old stuff can be cool, unless that stuff is people, in which case it's just going to smell kind of funny and stuff you with hard candy. Wizening your home minus the elderly, SG Grand.
From a gal who's long owned a shop in a galaxy far, far away (Geneva), SG Grand's a new Chi outpost packed tight with an array of reclaimed and repurposed home goods-ness (with the blender clock, it's always time for a daquiri). Proudly repping their past are pieces including a beaten up industrial steel wine rack pulled from an old bottling plant in Napa, lamps constructed out of everything from shiny chrome ice cream parlor stools to a paint chipped, cone-shaped fire extinguisher, and a table made from a French bakery's baguette box, so hooray for a yeasty box! There's also loads of wall decor: a massive Union Jack sewn together from canvas bags, a wall-sized sign from an Ohio stove cleaner & polish company that's painted with a pair of elephants, and a framed paper scroll colorfully detailing the various types of fish popular in Germany, though nobody wants to talk about the third pike.
For those looking for a higher historical profile, there's a working tripod-mounted set of WWI trench binoculars complete with the original case, which'd probably have quite the story to tell, but thankfully can't, 'cause it'd be long, boring, and reek of Werthers.