Now located in the NOFO Center on Main Road in Mattituck, In the Attic Too was founded in East Quogue by Dan McAllister.
Dan now operates the business with his daughter and son-in-law, Heather and Pete Ganguzza.
Their new location, which opened in November 2021, has the perfect amount of space for a mix of one-of-a-kind antiques, salvaged furniture and an eclectic blend of artisan creations.
They’re currently open Friday through Sunday as they’re working on custom pieces and refinishing projects when the storefront is closed.
1. Vintage Glassware, prices vary
The vintage bar/glassware selection is a thing of beauty. The sets Heather finds feature designs from bygone decades that will elevate your home mixology game.
2. Salvaged Doors, starting at $120
Heather, Dan and Pete have a keen eye for long-forgotten pieces of homes. Their care and expertise easily make these salvaged doors a statement piece for one’s home. Think outside the box and feature one as a fairytale entry to your garden or lay it flat and make it a home bar.
3. Terracotta Quotes, $12 each
These handmade terracotta squares are stamped with tongue-in-cheek sayings like, “Know when to give up and have a margarita” and “I like chocolate, cats, wine and you.”
4. Copper Flowers, $4-$6 per stem
Made by an artisan in Pennsylvania, these copper art pieces can be showcased as a single stem or gathered to create a forever bouquet.
5. Jewelry by East End Alchemy, prices vary
Handmade brass, copper and sterling silver pieces are created by Heather’s sister-in-law, Ingrid. The jewelry features unique and fun designs like the pierogi necklace and the nest with eggs necklace.
6. Candles, $22
Made specifically for the shop by Heather’s mom, these 16-ounce soy candles have a burn time of 100-120 hours and come in scents like lemon verbena, hazelnut coffee and morning dew.
7. T-Shirt, $25
Custom-made for In the Attic Too from super supple cotton, these T-shirts with the phrase “Vintage Soul” emblazoned on them will quickly become your everyday favorites.
8. Custom Furniture, prices vary
Whether they’re refinishing a piece of your furniture or creating a small table from scratch, In the Attic Too takes sustainable living to the next level by giving your objects a second life.