What’s new at Praha?

Praha owners Todd and David were busy getting the shop together when I stopped by the Lincoln Square store late in the afternoon earlier this week. Business has been good, and torrents of shoppers taking advantage of Praha’s inspired finds at low price points had left the store a bit disheveled. Big city shop owners spend an inordinate amount of time hunting, modifying and displaying their wares in high-rent storefronts, so higher price points are the norm. Which is why Praha’s so great. Todd and David offer a mix of furniture and accessories with prices so low you’ll want to pay more. Tempting me on this trip were a vintage wood medicine cabinet emblazoned with a very “now” (and “then” come to think of it) red cross, a Danish Modern chair (for less than $200) and a number of interesting meters they scored during a recent visit to neighboring Iowa. Stop by this weekend. You’ll probably find a great deal, and you’ll most definitely enjoy meeting David and Todd. Click here for Praha’s Facebook page.

Praha. 3849 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. 773.549.1227

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4 Responses to “What’s new at Praha?”

  1. Cool stuff. I especially like the Lane desk.

  2. That Lane desk is sweet (as are Todd & David!)

  3. Love that first aid cabinet with the red cross!!!

    After hearing about my friend’s recent score at the Sandwich Flea Market (Danish Modern chair for $25!!!) I’m skipping the city prices and heading out there next Sunday.

  4. I love everything I see! I’ve got get up to Chicago for some shopping!

    That desk is really sweet but I especially love that glass-door cabinet in the photo beneath the desk. Very cool.