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Unless you work for Goldman or some other financial institution hell-bent on the destruction of everything for the purpose of enriching the lives of a few hundred senior-level brokers, furniture shopping in New York City usually means either Ikea or Craigslist. But it doesn’t have to! Enter Staten Island’s Every Thing Goes, which is appropriately named given the low, low prices that await. At ETG you’ll find a funky, chunky mix of eclectic hodgepodge for every room in your house, and it’s a guarantee no one will have what you buy, as most of what’s on display are one-off items that will showcase what a truly individual and special snowflake you are. The stock changes frequently, so multiple trips may be required, but you don’t get out to Staten Island nearly enough anyway, so consider it an educational field trip. In New York’s furniture-buying game you’re likely taking a ferry anyway. May as well be Staten Island’s and not Ikea’s. (Open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:30 a.m. till 6:30 p.m.)

This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on October 15, 2014

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