Favorite Antique Stores in Atlanta
Spend a day roaming through these Atlanta antique stores–you never know what kind of hidden treasures you may find.
Antiques & Beyond
Huge selection of over 70 antique merchants complete with knowledgeable staff. If you are unsure how to begin “antiquing” this location is a great start. The merchandise rental service is used by the film industry on a regular basis.
Kudzu Antiques + Modern
If you are looking for vintage furniture then Kudzu is the place. For over 35 years this antique store has been repurposing unique finds and selling them for reasonable prices. It is also organized by booths or sections to make for easy searching.
Decatur and Sandy Springs; kudzuantiques.com
Paris on Ponce
A mix of antiques, vintage items and inventive art work and art instillations, Paris on Ponce is an easy pop-in if you are already walking down the BeltLine. Kids will enjoy looking at the over-the-top art instillations hanging from all corners of the building.
Highland Row Antiques
Specializing in 20th Century antiques, vintage furniture and unique art pieces you can find everything from high-end furniture to hard-to-find lower-priced items.
Virginia Highland; highlandrowantiques.com
Chamblee’s Antique Row
If you want to spend a Saturday strolling through antique stores this is the place. Chamblee’s Antique Row is a cluster of shops including Simple Finds Interiors & Antiques and Way Back When Antiques among others. Don’t forget to stop by the Frosty Caboose for a sweet treat.
Downtown Chamblee; antiquerow.com
Scott Antiques Markets
One of the biggest antique markets in the country, you will certainly feel like you are on an episode of “Antiques Roadshow.” It really is a giant treasure hunt of hundreds of antique items to stroll through, and you better be prepared to take home a truck full. Upcoming dates include: March 9-12; April 6-9 and May 11-14. Atlanta Expo Centers; scottantiquemarket.com
– Teresa Farkas