You still lament the farm table you didn’t ship home from Tuscany, the chandelier you left behind in Seville, and that antique Belgian map you let somehow slip through your fingers.Get another shot at Rooms and Gardens, a new antiques-focused pop-up store packed with artwork, accessories, and home furnishings sourced from flea markets and estate sales across Europe and the U.S.Missed opportunities will be forgotten once you spy a retro pair of green leather Empire armchairs. A marble-topped Italian coffee table with accompanying stools (they tuck underneath) makes the perfect living room-based conversation piece. And vintage globes, bowls, and bistro bottles are ideal for transforming your home into an eccentric English manor.Rounding out the mix: lamps, mirrors (including two Chippendale pagodas), paintings, and ’50s French garden furniture.Just remember, the shop is open only through the end of February. Better plan your trip now.Rooms and Gardens, 1742 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest, between R and S Streets (202-215-0352 or roomsandgardens.net).Photo: Courtesy of Rooms and GardensUp to 60% off 80%20 and Lewis ChoLook the part of a professional without the two-piece suit and grandma pumps with hidden-wedge booties, plaid oxfords, and retro dresses. It’s all up to 60% off on our sample sale site.