It’s a beautiful fall weekend — the air is crisp; the sky is that perfect shade of cerulean blue — and you decide to get in the car and hit up some antique stores. Maybe you’re looking for a midcentury dresser or an old plank farm table — that signature piece that makes a room. Or maybe you’re thinking of an ornate mirror or that perfect wingback chair. Because no matter your design style, having an antique or vintage something adds depth and character to a room. It makes a place feel more like home.
Still, with so many antique stores in our area, deciding which to visit can be overwhelming. That’s why we’ve created a location-based guide to help plan your next antiquing trip. Remember, it can take time to find what you’re looking for, so browse around and don’t be afraid to haggle!
Augusta Road area
Greystone Antiques, 1500 Augusta St., Greenville
Furniture, restoration and repair, custom furniture
The Vintage Market of Greenville, 5500 Augusta Road, Greenville
Architectural salvage, advertising signs, home decor, stained glass
Cottage Grove Vintage, 1607 Laurens Road, Greenville
Furniture, rugs, housewares and home accessories
The Rock House Antiques, 415 Mauldin Road, Greenville
Art, rugs, furniture, silver, glassware, lamp repair
Taylors, Greer and Spartanburg
Buncombe Antiques Mall, 5000 Wade Hampton Blvd., Taylors
Art, crafts, dishes, coins and collectibles
Vintage Warehouse, 1201 B Union Street, Spartanburg
Refinished and upcycled furniture, garden décor, plants, jewelry, clothing
The Shops at Landrum Antiques Mall, 221 E. Rutherford St.
China, glassware, stained glass, furniture, home décor
Landrum Eclectics, 601 W. Rutherford St.
Furniture, home and garden décor, books
Savvy Scavengers Antique Mall and Marketplace, 105 S. Randolph Ave.
Knickknacks, furniture, decor