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A longtime art-lover left a larger family home on a quiet Buckhead street behind, eager to be part of the vibrant Midtown cultural scene, and filled her new 2,300-square-foot condo in One Museum Place with her most treasured pieces.
Atlanta is a hotbed for antiques, with trade-only and retail sources ranging from dusty markets to pedigreed showrooms. Five designers give their takes on where to find the best old pieces in town and how to keep the look fresh and never fusty.
Fashion and furniture combine to create a beautiful romance. At least that’s the story at Brick + Mortar, the vintage and antique furnishings shop at Westside Provisions District. Local fashion designer Megan Huntz teams up with Brick + Mortar founder David Kowalski to match three garments with their fine furniture companions.
Freeman and Fugate Oddities Co., run by Pine Lake’s James Freeman, sells creepy antiques via Instagram and his booth at Scott’s Antique Market. Here are a few of his favorite finds.
AmericasMart wows designers with its new antiques marketplace during the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market.
"There’s nothing here that anyone needs!” Bob Brown announces into his microphone as the crowd settles into their seats. It’s an unconventional way to begin an auction—part reverse psychology, part challenge—but then Red Baron’s is not your conventional antique vendor.
Antique Appliances is one of the only companies in the country that refurbishes refrigerators and gas and electric stoves produced before 1960. The company, based in Clayton, has restored ovens from the 1800s, so conceivably you could cook on the range your ancestor used.
The monthly Basement Market combines the store’s regular merchandise with one-day-only treasures. For decorators, vintage furniture collectors, or scouts for TV and movie sets, it’s an appointment to keep each month.
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