Further proof that Hampden is evolving more and more into hipster heaven: Denova, a new antiques store, has opened on The Avenue, with two floors of mid-century furniture and accessories. Owner Tina Protzman had a more traditional antiques business for years, but, after falling in love with this location, chose to cater to the young, first-home crowd. Unsurprisingly, consoles are one of her best sellers, but new nesters will find everything they need: cocktail tables, dressers, headboards, tables. Savvy noted four Danish dining room chairs in teak and black vinyl with very unusual, clean lines priced less than $500 for the lot. The great collection of lamps and posters is worth stopping by for, even if you’ve reached that stage in life where you can’t fit in another stick of furniture. (Sure you don’t want to replace those dining room chairs handed down from Aunt Sylvia?)  Don’t miss: The accessories— there are some great finds here (love the wall mirrors and glassware) at very affordable prices. 1021 W. 36th St., 443-759-6645

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