Our Atlanta group of bloggers has grown tremendously since I moved back here 3 years ago and we recently had a meet-up in Roswell for a business meeting. A local well-known photographer came out to share with us and we held the meeting inside City Antiques building. It’s been great to get to know this group of local bloggers and I’m glad that Erin put this Facebook group together. If you are a local Atlanta blogger and don’t know yet about the Atlanta Facebook group, click over and join. It’s a great way to connect with other Atlanta bloggers and learn and share too.
After our meeting, we all went next door to the large City Antiques mall, set up with different vendors as most antiques malls do these days. I had never been in here before, although I had seen the sign as I passed by many times on Holcomb Bridge Road. I had no idea this large building was hiding behind the street storefronts, but this is definitely a fun place to browse.
It’s definitely a fun place to browse, so if you want to check it out, they are right on Holcomb Bridge Road (on the left) heading East before you get to GA. 400.
I always love old columns. This one was $125.
Lots of milk glass in this booth.
This pretty round table was $595.
This set of twin beds was so pretty and classic.
Lovely old mirror.
This pretty vintage bamboo bookcase was $195.
Now here’s my spot of the deal of the day. This is an old oak table and chairs. The top definitely needs some TLC, but check out the price.
I thought this was a fabulous deal for this table and chairs. The table could be sanded down and the to restained and the base would be pretty painted black or white (or stained too).
Vintage green chair.
Another booth with handmade furniture.
Not the best pic with my point and shoot, but you can never go wrong with beautiful dark stained traditional pieces.
They do lots of estate sale furniture too, so there might be some bargains here.
If you get the chance to browse City Antiques, I would definitely recommend it!