This is a weird little place, but if you develop a relationship with one of the stylists it can work for you. Oddly, the place is also turning into an antique shop as well -- antiques for sale outside. This confuses the atmosphere and makes the whole experience a bit odd.
I came here for a few years and liked it -- I found a nice stylist and she gave good cuts. This is more expensive than your average chop shop but not so expensive as to be ridiculous.
If they got rid of the antiques and focused a bit more on hair, that would be an improvement.
Otherwise, it feels like going to Granny's attic -- not where you'd expect the best cut.