One of the few neighborhood businesses in recent memory to close for renovations and actualy re-open in a timely manner, the new and improved store doesn't actually look much different than it did before. I wasn't allowed to take photos inside the shop for some reason, but it appears as if the merchandise is what's changed the most; the emphasis now appears to be on jewelry as opposed to clothing and decorative items, as it was before. As you can see from the view into the front windows, colorful shawls and scarves are also featured. This shift actually makes a lot of sense; I'm sure that the authentic Tibetan clothing wasn't a big seller.
The space itself, while small to begin with, also appears to have been opened up a bit, but I can't place exactly what was changed. It's certainly far less cluttered than it had been in the past, however.