Shopping Guide: Atlanta

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I just returned from a brief trip to Atlanta. A friend recommended that I check out the shops at Miami Circle while I was in town, and I’m so glad she did! Miami Circle has over 60 showrooms, covering the gamut from antiques to lighting, rugs, framing, and art galleries.

Foxglove Antiques & Galleries was one of my favorite discoveries. They specialize in French, English, Swedish, and Italian antiques, and their inventory is beautifully styled and a delight to browse.

Foxglove Antiques antique painted zinc horse head from France circa 1900

Painted zinc horse head from France circa 1900.

Foxglove Antiques industrial metal woven mesh grate pendant lights chandelier Foxglove Antiques Gustavian Swedish French grey painted armoire hat molds moulds

Foxglove Antiques hanging rack 19th century carved deer head Foxglove Antiques 19th-century mixed earth cups and saucers, France

19th-century mixed earth cups and saucers, France.

Foxglove Antiques vintage Danish mid-century modern rosewood credenza

Danish mid-century rosewood credenza.

Foxglove Antiques vintage polished aluminum cabinet

Polished aluminum cabinet, part of a matching pair.

Foxglove Antiques Copper telephone with carry handle

Copper telephone with carry handle. 

Architectural Accents was another highlight from my trip to Atlanta. Located adjacent to Miami Circle, this architectural salvage store carries an exceptional selection of doors, mantels, corbels, stained glass, and tile. It’s a dreamy place to shop! 

Architectural Accents Salvage Antique French painted doors circa 1870, featuring scenes from La Fontaine's Tables

Painted doors circa 1870, featuring scenes from La Fontaine’s Fables.

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