Artist and owner Russell Boyle opens a second location of his offbeat furniture and accessories shop (the first is in Clinton Hill). The store shares a 1,600-square-foot space with the Roebling Tea Room, and hawks midcentury-modern pieces and endless oddities sourced from all over the country. Ninety-five percent of RePop’s stock is recycled, and the warehouse is packed with curious finds, such as an antique corset dress form ($120), a vintage Automat sign ($250) and brass duck-head bookends ($65). You can also outfit your home with more pragmatic options, including a distressed-wood dresser featuring cast-iron hardware ($495), an adjustable table lamp ($240) and a wood-and-metal wine rack ($625). RePop also offers interior-design and home-rearrangement services ($60–$100 per hour) by appointment.