Bearden Antique MallBack to Top of List
For over 40 years, the large Bearden Antique Mall has been a great source of antique furniture, accessories, and collectibles. They have a strong emphasis on home interiors and have a number of booths to suit a variety of tastes and interests. Bearden is known for being artsy and eclectic with lots of home décor shopping opportunities and high-end galleries; get to know that neighborhood here.
Architectural AnticsBack to Top of List
Looking for antique or vintage salvaged building materials? You could find it them at Architectural Antics. With a focus on ornamental accents for home, business, and garden, this expansive North Knoxville staple on Broadway is full of finds inside and out. Expect items like charming old garden gates and wrought iron fencing, antique stained-glass windows, art deco lamps and shades, and more. North Knoxville has a lot to offer in the antiques/vintage realm; get to know that neighborhood here.
RevisionsBack to Top of List
A unique selection of historic architectural salvage, antiques, and art at Revisions can be found at this cozy spot in North Knoxville on Broadway (closer to downtown from Architectural Antics). If salvage is really your cup of tea, you’ll want to head over to Knox Rail Salvage. Cabinets, doors, kitchen, and floors and more are waiting for a new home!
Cottage Door Antiques & GiftsBack to Top of List
A large variety of antiques, shabby chic, vintage, primitives, and retro furnishings, as well as collectibles and gifts, are available at Cottage Door Antiques & Gifts in Fountain City (get to know that neighborhood here). An assortment of vintage linens and quilts, glassware, lamps, and chandeliers are available. Vintage hats, clothing, children's clothing, and nursery accessories can also be found at the shop.
A&R Used Furniture and AntiquesBack to Top of List
A stone’s throw from The Salvage Shop Revival, you'll find A&R Used Furniture and Antiques, where Central meets Broadway. A&R was founded in 1969, and a perfect place to park the car, and start hunting. Around the corner on Broadway, you’ll find Part Time Antiques, but as the name suggests they may not be there so call ahead before visiting. After exploring the finds at these shops, pop over next door at Next Level Brewery to check off a stop on Knoxville’s Ale Trail.
Willow Creek GalleryBack to Top of List
Looking to add a little ooh-la-la to your life? You’ll find it at Willow Creek Gallery in the Fourth and Gill neighborhood in North Knoxville. This warehouse has three specialties: first the re-vitalizing of the antiques bought in France, second an in-house re-upholstering center, and third a fabrication and creation of functional antique designs with today’s needs in mind. They travel to France and England to bring fine antiquities for their customers to enjoy. Expect to find French armoires, frames, headboards, art, home décor, and more.
Bargain Hunters Antique and Flea Market Mall of KnoxvilleBack to Top of List
At a shop where their slogan is “If we don’t have it, you don’t need it!”, how could this not bring a smile to your face? Bargain Hunters Antique and Flea Market Mall of Knoxville in SoKno (more on that neighborhood here) has, well, everything you need. Expect over 300 booths of individual vendors offering antiques, collectibles, home décor, and more.
The Shoppes at HomespunBack to Top of List
The Shoppes at Homespun in Farragut is found nestled between the Fresh Market and Steinmart in Village Green Shopping Center. Open since 1992, enjoy more than 9,000 square feet of shopping made up of many entrepreneurs. A wide variety of one of a kind, new as well as vintage merchandise makes it a different experience every time, ranging from primitives, shabby chic, jewelry, gifts, collectibles, garden, antiques, and furniture. If you can’t get enough, head south to visit their shop in Maryville.
Floyd’s AntiquesBack to Top of List
Floyd's Antiques specializes in estate sale items and antiques. Follow their Facebook livestream to make a bid – going, going, gone! If you’re lucky, you might see their “Mystery Machine” style cargo van tooling around town.
If this has you ready to track down a ton of trinkets, consider extending your stay in Knoxville for a night or two and make a day trip to our neighbors in Historic Clinton for more goodies!