Yesterday I went to drop off a trunkful of donations after a massive closet clean out. After I do this, I let myself hit some of my favorite shops on the Chamblee antiques row. Here are the two items vying for the most bizarre find award:
A giant teacup from a diner in Florida:
Or this, for which I simply don’t have the words, besides, perhaps, only in Georgia:
By the way, both of these antique stores were full of amazing finds. A small taste of the modern furniture at this place:
In addition to the teacup, they had this oblong tulip table and chairs, Martinsville chests, a fab plaid Jens loveseat, and barstools that look like they came from Mars:
The place with the goat who can drive a tractor has a gazillion signs, old tins, vintage magazines and much more:
This is half of “GUILDED CAGE”:
The consignment shop called My Sister’s Closet is always good for collectibles. I scooped up a McCoy planter and a few fun books:
(I’ve already marked all the pages that I want to share with you all, that’s what the little white pieces of paper are. I’ve got some scanning to do later!).
I’ll give you the details on where exactly to go when in Chamblee a little later. Right now the Neiman Marcus Last Call Outlet Sale is calling my name, and it wants me to get there before Friday traffic.
Hi, I'm Becky. I live in Atlanta. Besides acting as the Editorial Director here on Hatch, you can find me talking design over at Houzz. Make me happy — leave a comment!