montgomery antiques & interiors

Remember this fabulous eye candy we shared with you a few weeks ago?

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Montgomery Antiques & Interiors is a wonderful store located here in Montgomery, Alabama.

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It’s one of those great not-so-little finds you just want to keep revisiting because you never know what they’ll have in store. For those one-of-a-kind vintage or antique pieces, they carry plenty of unique selections.

This process of creating a curated look for your home takes time because it is the best spaces that are gathered with thoughtful process. It’s the key to timeless rooms. Montgomery Antiques & Interiors is the perfect spot to peruse for hours. You never know what you may find.

From books…

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Gorgeous furniture…

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Collectables, china, fine silver and gorgeous light fixtures… (I have a weakness for light fixtures.)

And those awesome bookends.

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Vintage swoon-worthy jewelry… and so much more.

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Whenever I photograph fun places like this, I’m always back editing the photos, and something new catches my fancy. {See: that awesome light over the gold mirror. See: light fixture weakness.} It’s a sickness. Or awesome talent…

It’s the perfect stop just off the interstate for any of you heading our way to a beach getaway. If you live in a close radius, be sure to stop by. It’s definitely worth it for the fun finds!

Recently, these savvy fabulous people launched their beautiful website. 

montgomery_antiques_blogHere you can peruse all their vendors and services, and check out their new blog on all things eye candy to help in the great search.

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Such a treat! Be sure to tune in to stay up to date… and don’t forget if you need clock or lamp repair services, these talented people are a great resource to stay plugged in to. I know I always keep them in mind.

Head on over to Montgomery Antiques & Interiors and enjoy the swoon fest!

So what’s your favorite thing you’ve scored at an antique shop or flea market? I’d love to hear all about your amazing finds. I can’t decide if it’s the thrill of the hunt, or the gratifying satisfaction of enriching your home with said amazing piece. What to you think?

Have an inspired day!

This post is brought to you in partnership with Montgomery Antiques & Interiors, all opinions and thoughts are original to the Handmade Home. To read our full disclosure visit here.

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10 Responses to montgomery antiques & interiors

  1. Layla K says:

    Gorg eye candy, for sure. We are leaving for the beach in a few weeks (it was way overdue) and I think it will be in our landing path. I will check it out. Those old brooches are calling to me.

  2. What a beautiful store! Wish I lived closer!

  3. Jenna says:

    I love this! I would scoop up that big chandelier in a heartbeat.

  4. Tiffany says:

    Thank you, Ashley! The pictures are beautiful…

  5. Amy Lovett says:

    Blessing/awesome talent… I get it! My term for it is “creatively cursed.” It’s always a pleasure to come to work at Montgomery Antiques & Interiors and share my love of antiques & interior design.

  6. Jenn R says:

    Oh my gosh you’re making me miss Montgomery! Such gems! I’m hoping to find something like this in Montana, where I live now.
    We’ve started going to auctions and found some really fantastic pieces. I got a wooden crate, an old wrought iron bench, a wooden window frame and my boyfriend and I got two old metal stoves that we’re going to fix up and use in our new house somehow.

  7. Emily says:

    Thanks so much for the great post! I have a booth at Montgomery Antiques & Interiors and can not say enough about how great they are to work with! Even before I had a booth there, it was always one of my favorite stops when I was out shopping or looking for design inspiration!

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  9. Janice Blevins says:

    I am so proud of you#