Antique Shops

Antiques add so much to a home or office: a sense of quality, history, refinement, and grace. It's no wonder that people find them hard to resist. If you're the type of person who can't pass by a shop, just wondering what may lie within, you'll relish Atlanta's bounty. A wide selection of antiques of all vintages, provenances, and places of origin can be found, and 10Best leads you to the top sources. Our editors and readers particularly applaud Broad Street Antique Mall, as you will with one glance at the merchandise. It's without a doubt one of Atlanta's best antique shops.



Looking for the best antiques dealer Atlanta, GA has to offer? Highland Row is a funky vintage wonderland in which 20-plus eclectic vendors offer big buys like gorgeous mid-century Danish furniture, as well as smaller charms like deco picture frames and eye-catching antique jewelry. From the outrageously beautiful to the simply outrageous, this shop contains a must-have for every style and budget. The monthly Basement Market sale sweetens the deal with even cheaper prices.

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Taking over Atlanta since 1979, this adored antique shop's 25,000-square-foot setting is overflowing with trendy treasures from over 100 dealers. Whether you're on the hunt for Coca Cola memorabilia, mid-century mod furnishings, antique trains, unique garden art, arresting vintage accessories or oldie but goodie records, Kudzu never fails to deliver. Plus, with added bonuses like top-notch customer service and delightfully affordable prices, it's easy to understand the city's undying love for this darling Decatur shop.

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No matter what you collect, you are sure to find some great additions at this 20,000 square-foot shopper's haven. Since 1979, this has been a popular stop for antique hunters from around the region. More than 200 cases are devoted solely to collections, including china, glassware, art pottery, phonographs, military and oriental themes, toys, dolls and much more. A great selection of furnishings, too.

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No matter what your taste in antiques, you will find a wealth of pieces at this conglomeration of more than 200 specialty shops. Chat with the owners/collectors about the pieces they sell, including rare coins, antique pottery, furnishings, glass and even baseball cards.

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Experience that old-fashioned marketplace atmosphere at this historic group of shops. With more than 15,000 square feet of beautiful furnishings, collector's items and art, you are certain to find something that catches your fancy. Look for fine English and American pieces, unique home accessories and great gift ideas.

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Atlanta Magazine has voted this one of the best antique shops in the city. They specialize in beautiful Oriental rugs and fine art, in addition to stocking a diverse array of antiques. Since they buy as well as sell, the offerings are always changing – local fans have been known to make frequent visits to make sure they don't miss anything.

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Advertised as one of the world's five largest antiques markets, Lakewood 400 leaves shoppers' heads spinning with the bargains and rare finds it offers. The 75,000-square-foot market incorporates furniture, carpets, knives, artwork, glassware, jewelry, and odds-and-ends of all varieties. Refreshments, including funnel cakes and burgers, round out what could be a rewarding search for a perfect piece to match your kitchen or bedroom.

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With more than 60,000 square feet of showroom space, you can get lost among the beautiful, historic items at this auction house and retail store. Inside, find grand statuary sculpted by masters, paintings that would be at home in a museum, chandeliers dripping with sparkle, and plenty of architectural and decorative arts that will keep antique and art lovers occupied for hours.

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Virginia Highland

Paris on Ponce has become Atlanta's favorite bohemian destination. Perched high on a hill overlooking Ponce de Leon Avenue, the iconic orange building is both landmark and wonderland. Sprawling over 46,000 square feet are three closely linked entities showcasing art, antiques, furnishings, ateliers, boutiques, and oddities– room after room of surprise and delight. Walk through the courtyard parking area past large murals both contemporary and traditional and enter the main showrooms of Paris on Ponce. Here you'll find a range of home furnishings and antiques for every need and budget.

Local Expert tip: Don't miss the over the top signature special event space, Lé Maison Rouge.

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