Last week I shopped in no less than seven antique shops. Yes, I have been on a mission to find a couple of things. I didn't take pictures in all of the shops but I did grab some in two old cotton mills turned antique shops.
Both of the malls I shopped in are in Monroe, Georgia which is around forty five minutes from me.
I thought this was a rather unique old ironing board.
This was a really pretty booth. This vendor does monogramming so I may need to go back and check into this more.
Love the brick wall in this old building.
My first stop was the Walton County Cotton Mill that comprises a few different shops. I shopped at Ian Henderson's Antique Mall. It is huge and I basically did a quick browse, but may go back some day and look a bit slower. You could literally spend all day or longer in there.
Look at the old floors.
The other place is Monroe Cotton Mill and it is another huge antique mall plus another smaller mall downstairs. The large one is Vintage Revival Antiques and the downstairs shop is The Cotton Depot.
Even old items from the mills are for sale.
While I was there I filmed an Instagram story of this side of the building filled with salvage.
Cast iron anyone?
Nice butcher block, but I couldn't find the price on it.
I don't know about y'all, but when I see a booth like this I pass on by it. It's just too much.
The Cotton Depot was much smaller and had some really nice booths. Much easier to shop.
I don't know why I left without this. Hmmmm, may need to go back.
I shared this stunner on instagram. I would put it in my house if I had a full size box springs and mattress.
After shopping all week I still didn't find what I'm hunting for, but I may have found them another way and will share soon.