Shopping >Broadway & 9th Antiques
A magic wonderland of furnishings and decor for the home and garden.
Broadway & 9th is an awesome (and huge) shop packed with thousands of pieces of antique and retro to modern pieces, Victorian frill to Rustic Western items, lamps, tables, chairs, beds, armoires, dressers, art, statues, vases, glassware, jewelry, (oh my oh my) from small decorating items to large pieces of furniture. There are also some wonderful decorations and furnishings for your garden. You will find the beautiful, the unusual, ecletic, funky, every style to catch your eye and grab hold of your imagination.
You will want to set aside some time to wander leisurely through this wonderland and let your inner creativity (don't say you have none because everyone does) express itself. Let yourself feel the magic as you wind around and through the shop. I guarantee you that something will speak to your soul and make you say, "I have to have that".
Happy wandering. I can't wait to go back.
The furniture your great-grandparents had in the country..
50,000 Square Feet
This store does have curios, but furniture is the reason to shop here. It's a huge, two-story building and inside the antiques have been sectioned into specific groups to make it easier to find what you want. The better-kept items, such as hand-painted armoires, are downstairs, while the rougher "bargains" are upstairs.
Old, Old, Old
Upstairs, where there is no air-conditioning, everything looks as if it had been found in the attic of a Depression-era Oklahoma farmhouse. There are wood-burning stoves, narrow single beds, wrought iron fence gates and a 1940s two-seat green glider chair ($239). The words "As Is," however, are critical to remember. This stuff is so old that some of it is falling apart. A 1930s metal garden chair, selling for $39, is 10 percent aluminum and 90 percent rust.
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