Are you looking for a few unique pieces to complete your apartment décor? Then spend the day searching for treasures at nearby antique shops.
Those you don't want to miss include:
French Metro Antiques
French Metro Antiques is known as a direct importer of French antique furnishings and accessories. Co-owner Renee Hunt has a Masters of Arts degree in French language and literature and states that her extensive knowledge of French art, culture, and history allows her to find interesting treasures as she travels off-the-beaten-path throughout France. The selection is constantly changing and may include pieces such as side tables, Renaissance cabinets, and opera chairs.
The owners of French Quarters also enjoy traveling across France where they personally select each piece. They offer one of the largest selections of fine eighteenth and nineteenth-century antiques and have more than twenty-five years of experience in the business. Shoppers find armoires, clocks, dining tables, and more.
Cellar Door Antiques
Nestled in nearby Springdale, Cellar Door Antiques was born from a love of the past. Founder Joy Parker wants shoppers to feel as though the store is where they can find unique treasures, and all of the items represent a simpler time when things were built to last. The staff is happy to answer questions, and pieces include light fixtures, glassware, and furniture.
Keep it Country Antiques
Keep it Country Antiques, the staff refinishes Hoosier cabinets to their former glory with spice racks, hardware, and sifters. They enjoy chatting with customers about the process, and the cabinets were made by the Hoosier Manufacturing Company that was established in 1899. The shop also carries pieces such as wardrobes, chairs, and Victorian secretaries.
These are just some of the shops that you can enjoy if you call our apartments in Fayetteville, Arkansas home. Please contact us to schedule a tour.