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May
20

Ann Arbor Antique Shops-Remerica Hometown REALTORS

When you're browsing Ann Arbor homes for sale, you're probably imagining what your dream home will look like once you've settled in. After all, a house doesn't really feel like home until you've had a chance to give it your own personal touch. 

While there are plenty of excellent places to find home decor, shopping at vintage and antique stores gives you the opportunity to get your hands on one-of-a-kind items you won't find anywhere else. If you want to give your new home a unique sense of style, try shopping at some of these popular area antique shops. 

  1. Treasure Mart: 529 Detroit St., Ann Arbor
    With the perfect blend of both thrift and antique items, Treasure Mart resale consignment shop is an excellent source for your home decor needs. They have plenty of high-end furniture, rugs, artwork, home items, and an array of oddities. Plan to spend some time digging around as you never know what you're going to find!

  2. The Arcadian Antiques: 13-15 Nickles Arcade, Ann Arbor
    Well known for their extensive collection of antique jewelry, The Arcadian Antiques also carries fine-crafted stemware and china, pristine antique furniture, and other one-of-a-kind items. Far from your typical antique knick-knack shop, this family owned and operated store is one of Ann Arbor's best spots for high-end vintage items.

  3. Antelope Antiques & Coins: 255 E. Liberty St., Ann Arbor
    Conveniently located in downtown Ann Arbor, Antelope Antiques & Coins offers shoppers a wide selection of items, including paintings, pottery, glassware, tools, furniture, and more. Since they buy entire estates, there's no telling what types of treasures you'll come across in this quaint and whimsical store.

  4. Ann Arbor Antiques Market: 5055 Ann Arbor Saline Road, Ann Arbor
    Although it's only open for select dates throughout the year, Ann Arbor Antiques Market is well worth the wait. Located at the Saline Fairgrounds, this huge antique show attracts many dealers with curated goods from across the country. For a nominal price of $6 per person, you can spend the entire day browsing antiques, collectibles, and more! 

  5. Found Gallery: 415 N. 5th Ave., Ann Arbor 
    Next time you visit Kerrytown Market & Shops, make sure you leave enough time to take a stroll around Found Gallery. With a creative collection of both vintage and modern items, you're sure to find something you love every time you visit. From artistic pieces made of recycled materials, to retro decor and everything in between, Found Gallery offers homeowners exactly what they need to create an interesting look with a luxury feel.

  6. Thistle & Bess: 222 N. 4th Ave. Ann Arbor
    The owners of Thistle & Bess, another Kerrytown favorite, make it their mission to travel the world looking for quirky and stylish antique and vintage items. If you enjoy mixing old with new, you'll also want to stop by some of their exhibitions and events featuring local artists and products. 

Are you ready to get settled in the Ann Arbor area? Spring is the perfect time to buy a new home, and we've got several great new listings. Our REALTORS® would love to show you around and help you find your dream home. Contact us today to discuss your goals and get started!