• Guide to Charlotte antique shops

    By: Cox Media Group National Content Desk


    You never know what treasures you'll find while shopping for antiques. Like those hidden gems, Charlotte antique shops are scattered throughout the city and beyond, from small storefronts to sprawling malls. Whether it's furniture, vintage jewelry or home goods, you can likely find what you need (or what you didn't know you needed) at Charlotte's antique shops.

    Ready to start shopping? Reviewers on sites like Yelp and TripAdvisor rank highly these Charlotte antique shops.
    Antique Alley
    1325 Matthews-Mint Hill Road, Matthews

    This family-owned shop has been in business for more than 25 years and offers a little bit of everything, from antique furniture to collectibles to home décor items. Reviewers love that you never know what you'll find while perusing the store.
    10635 Park Road, Charlotte

    This south Charlotte store offers unique products from hundreds of merchants, including furniture, home accents, and jewelry. Shoppers say there's lots to see at every visit, with merchandise changing often.
    Christie's on Main Antique Mall
    318 Main St., Pineville

    Reviewers give high marks to this Pineville shop's owner, whom they note is knowledgeable and friendly. The store, which has been around since 1997, offers antique furniture, collectibles, a large selection of vintage jewelry, and more.
    Consignments on Park
    10701 Park Road, Charlotte

    Antiques, high-end furniture, and home décor are among the selections at Consignments on Park, located in south Charlotte. Reviewers are impressed with the quality of the merchandise, as well as the customer service.
    Fifteen Ten Antiques
    1510 Central Ave., Charlotte

    Hidden treasures are waiting to be found at Fifteen Ten Antiques, located in the heart of Plaza Midwood. Larger items like furniture, lamps, and wall art mingle with smaller household items, like glassware and records. Reviewers recommend allowing plenty of time to sift through the shop's goods.
    Piccolo Antique Mall
    134 North Main St., Belmont

    Reviewers say no matter what you're looking for, there's a good chance you'll find it at the Piccolo Antique Mall in downtown Belmont. There's lots of inventory in this 22,000-square foot space, and with new items arriving daily, repeat shoppers will find new surprises on return visits.
    Reinvented Charlotte
    3530 Dewitt Lane, Charlotte

    This shop in Charlotte's South End offers a unique mix of furniture, restored and reinvented. Reviewers admire the quality of their pieces, and advise other shoppers to return frequently to check out oft-changing inventory.
    Sleepy Poet Antique Mall
    4450 South Blvd., Charlotte
    111 West Main Ave., Gastonia

    Shoppers will find both quantity and quality at Sleepy Poet, with over 50,000 square feet of unique finds at the South Boulevard location. This longtime Charlotte favorite has rows upon rows of vendor booths chock-full of antique furniture, vintage clothing, home décor, and more. Reviewers love the variety of items, the fresh inventory, and, as a bonus, the free popcorn.

    The store also has a Gastonia location with dozens of vendors.
    South End Exchange
    111 New Bern St., Charlotte

    This South End consignment shop offers a range of goods, from antique furniture to lighting to rugs. For those looking for smaller updates to their space, the shop also has a selection of mirrors, paintings, and other decorative items. Reasonable prices and always changing inventory keep shoppers coming back.
    The Depot at Gibson Mill
    325 McGill Ave. NW, Concord

    It's easy to spend a day (or two) wandering through The Depot at Gibson Mill, with its 88,000-square-foot sales floor and hundreds of individual dealers. The eclectic, large selection means lots of pleasant surprises and one-of-a-kind items. There's even a diner in the building for shoppers who work up an appetite.

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