With the new vintage revival sweeping the nation, hipsters and homemakers alike have developed a newfound taste for antique shops. Whether you’re looking for that perfect vintage dresser or something quirky to put on your shelves, these Tennessee treasures are just waiting for you to find ’em.
10) Dusty Diamonds - Waynesboro
A vintage store with some high end items, Dusty Diamonds may find you the couch of your dreams or something as simple as vintage decor for your living room.
9) Granny's Attic - Clinton
Located in historic downtown Clinton, Granny's Attic is a great antique find with 10,000 square feet of opportunity.
8) The Hadley House - Covington
The Hadley House not only has antiques, but offers modern art for those looking to add a bit of edge and originality.
7) The Shoppes at Homespun - Knoxville
It's not just antiques that you'll find at either the Knoxville or Maryville location, but upcycled and refinished pieces perfect for your home.
6) Magnolia Antique Gallery - Fayetteville
This antique shop is not only perfect for a Saturday out, but it's located in a gorgeous brick building built in 1894. An antique in itself!
5) Park House Antiques - Greenville
We've read some rave reviews about Park House, the place that meets all your old time needs.
4) Red Bird Antiques - Spring Hill
Little Spring Hill really hit gold when this shop came to town. Red Bird has a great array of furniture and smaller pieces to accent your space.
3) The Robin's Nest - Sweetwater
Historic downtown Sweetwater serves as the setting for this diamond in the rough, and we were amazed at the number of options housed within its walls.
2) Treasures on Main - Dickson
Is that not the cutest shop up there? With their large selection of furniture and tchotchkes, you don't need to make it anywhere else for your antiquing needs.
1) The Shoppes at Roper Mansion - Dandridge
As a part of the Dandridge historic walking tour, Roper Mansion gives you a distinct experience as well as the chance to burn out some retail therapy.
Where else do you snag the best vintage finds in Tennessee? Let us know in the comments.