With Texas steeped in such a unique culture and rich history, it’s no surprise that its antique stores are among the best in the nation. Visitors come in, looking to buy or sell their treasures. Collectors stop by to marvel and add to their assemblage of gems. Whatever your taste may be, there’s something at these 10 Lone Star State antique stores to brighten up your home.
Austin is known for its city slogan, “Keep Austin Weird” and you will find yourself right at home in this huge venue of vintage clothing, furniture, jewelry, china and more!
This antique shop specializes in glassware and vintage decor amongst other special collectibles that you can dig up in their 30,000-square-foot shop!
This one holds all its American and European antiques in an impressive 50,000 sq. ft. mall with at least 250 knowledgeable staff to help you with your selections.
Another great Austin shop where shoppers can get their fill in with tons of knick knacks, magazines and even clothes and furniture.
Deal seekers should definitely come here. The five buildings and many different vendors to help you with selections in their awesome discounted items!
OK, these folks seriously have antique shopping figured out. We love everything about their little spot, including their name and store aesthetics. Let’s shop!
Probably the largest antique mall of all of Texas at a whopping 108,000 square-feet, there are 17 aisles of antiques to feast your eyes on before making any final purchases.
Another adorably cute yet small antique shop in Texas that you need to check out! Their furniture collection is absolutely beautiful!
This is the place you need to be if you like fine details of the European countryside’s past. The setup is impeccable and everything they have is absolutely worth a look.
As the name is quite obvious, this is where furniture shoppers will want to come for fine European and American antique furniture for decorating their homes with.
Wouldn’t this be an amazing way to explore the state of Texas? If you know of any more antique shops in Texas that we missed, please let us know in the comments!