Thrift Seeker

Last month I read an article about a Nashville designer who’s sofa cost $14 from Goodwill. Her whole house consisted of thrift store and antique finds paired with designer updates. She bought a sconce for $5 and updated it with a beautiful, designer shade. This blend of old and new is what truly makes a beautiful curated home. Whether your style is modern or traditional, antique stores can have some fabulous finds. Here are just a few of my favorite antique stores (and a few I dream of visiting) that I highly recommend you add to your list as well. 


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Scott Antique Markets

Only open one weekend a month, but easily one of the best antique markets I have ever been to.


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Brimfield Flea Market  

Only open three times a year, you’ve got to be sure to schedule your trip in advance. Amazing design resource for furniture and decor.


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KRB Antiques

A favorite stop for many designers when they travel to New York, this is a must-see shop to find anything from antiques, vintage pieces and one of a kind furniture items.


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Nashville Flea Market

Supporting close to 2000 booths to provide the community with an alternative to “big box shopping”, the Nashville Flea Market is a must if you’re into antiquing.


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Rose Bowl Flea Market

For those West Coasters, the Rose Bowl Flea Market is the place you’ll find eclectic pieces, an array of antiques and just incredible vintage finds.


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Naga Antiques

If you’re into Asian antiques, this is the place for you! Located in NYC, they offer beautiful pieces in exquisite condition.