Jeff "the Dude" Lebowski had it right: Sometimes a rug really does tie a whole room together. Not to fear: Whether your crib is missing that all-important floor covering stolen by nihilists or simply needs a touch of style via that unique piece of '60s lighting or that angular '70s couch, Stripe Vintage Modern is ready to help. Owners Eric Cody and Arel Ramos are well known for their interior design projects and their curated collection of midcentury-modern furniture, lighting, and accessories. Everything you see in the shop is vintage, and nearly all of the merchandise has been restored so it looks even better than new. Be warned: This level of chic doesn't usually come cheap, especially because most pieces here bear the names of famous midcentury designers like Gio Ponti and Paul Frankl. A Karl Springer mirror in embossed crocodile leather can set you back $3,000, while an Italian brass and rattan bar cart costs $2,850. If you've got the cash, you might just pick up a new family heirloom, but even if you can't afford those premium prices, it's worth wandering Stripe just for design inspiration. When the store opened in 2005, it was one of the first to set up on a block now known as Miami's "20th Century Row," just across the street from the Museum of Contemporary Art. Now it's a mainstay for anyone looking for a little Mad Men, or perhaps just some Big Lebowski, flair for their home.