The Tiny Town In Colorado That’s Absolute Heaven If You Love Antiquing
Raise your hand if you love getting a good deal! *Raises right hand.* Now raise your hand if you love getting a good deal whilst digging through vintage treasures and antiques! *Raises both hands and jumps up and down.* If you are like me and LOVE digging through old treasures, and could spend an entire weekend doing so, you are going to go crazy for this tiny town in Colorado that’s an antiquer’s paradise:
Located along the Western Slope lies the town of Montrose, whose apt motto of "Quality Of Life Is Our Commitment" reigns true with its gorgeous surroundings, ample job opportunities, and...
...unique Antique Trail!
"Montrose is home to a selection of diverse antique shops featuring an impressive collection of furniture, jewelry, clothing, fine collectibles, and heirlooms," teases Visit Montrose's
website, adding that "Collectors with an eye for value will discover hidden treasures that make the chase so enjoyable."
Does Visit Montrose's description of their Antique Trail sound like something you would enjoy? Yes? Well, it gets even better, as the Trail contains FIVE different stops, including Hidden Treasures Antiques, Gift & Collectibles...
Located at 306 W Main St., Hidden Treasures boasts that they have a "Huge selection of antique tools, porcelain, glass, pottery, furniture; large assortment of dolls & collectibles. You name it we probably have it!"
Word to the wise: When the exterior of an antique store looks like AA Antiques -- which is located at 17648 US-550 -- you KNOW you are in for a treat!
...Not Too Shabby...
Not Too Shabby is just that: A "not too shabby" antique shop at 20 N. Townsend Ave. that houses shabby chic antiques, furniture and decor.
Located at 337 E Main St., Country Flair is to Colorado as Joanna Gaines' Magnolia is to Texas ("a unique gathering of local vendors who offer one-of-a-kind home decor, gifts and furniture")!
...and Heirlooms for Hospice.
Shopping for beautiful and affordable antiques WHILST supporting a great cause? I'll see you at Heirlooms for Hospice, 435 E. Main St.
To learn even more about Montrose and its Antique Trail, be sure to check out the City of Montrose Office of Business and Tourism’s
website. While you’re in Montrose, be sure to stop for dinner at The Underrated Restaurant In Colorado That Serves Steaks To Die For!
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