Antiquing in the ‘Boro
For antique junkies, Stateboro and surrounding areas can be a goldmine. Whether you like perusing aisles of consignment booths, want to find antiques or repurposed furniture, there is something for you in Bulloch County.
Starting at 67 Antique Mall right off I-16’s exit 127 at 6700 GA Highway 67, you will find 12,000 square feet of indoor space as well as an outdoor market. Check out every consignment booth to find a myriad of collectibles. Having a wedding or special event that needs some antique décor? 67 Antique Mall has a “Prop Rental” program where you can rent items to enhance your next special event, film or theatrical production. This is worth the stop for a fun antiquing adventure. For more information, visit their website.
Next up is Hodges Antiques. Located at 9990 GA Highway 67, the furniture inventory is always changing. Known for their finds of unique estate pieces, as well as their renovation work, Hodges is a place to check regularly as it has a loyal following. As one customer reports, “A ‘must visit’ shop outside of Statesboro. Great variety of accessories and furniture plus custom finishes in house.” Find them on Facebook.
Downtown Statesboro hosts several antique stores. Humble Abodes has opened at 39 West Main Street and has a large showroom showcasing antiques, furniture, home décor and more from the decades. They are specialists in “reincarnation” of furniture pieces, taking such items and refurbishing as well as turning them into something new all together. Vintage and Vine Antiques and Interiors at 21 East Vine Street has collectibles and furniture. Find them on Facebook.
Plunderosa is always a treat to walk through. They have a mix of old and new purchases at 64 E. Main Street. From mid-century to country style pine pieces, if you are in the market for some good buys, stop by. Heirloom Antique Store, located at 17 S. Main Street, has become a popular place to visit and follow on Facebook. The owner is great about posting pictures regularly of items he has “picked” and rehabbed. The appealing storefront on Highway 301 South delights travelers by rotating pieces that generate interest.
There are many other wonderful antique destinations in Statesboro, and it is important to know this area is a great destination for your “picking” pleasure. You never know what you will find by visiting these and other businesses in the Bulloch County community. So come see what’s in store for you!