Mid-century on the move

Mid-Century Modern Home is on the move from Front Street's Antique Alley to the River Market.

The shop, opened in 2009 by owner Jenny Cashin, specializes in restored, reupholstered and refinished Danish modern and mid-century furniture, art lighting and decorative pieces. It will set up shop in the market's retail hall starting in mid-December, although the original store will operate until the end of January.

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