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ANTIQUE ART IS IN: HERE'S WHERE TO LOOK IN FORT WORTH

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Decorating with antiques is now more in style than ever. Thankfully, Fort Worth is home to many antique dealers. Here are a few of our favorites.

The Mercantile

The Mercantile offers merchandise from more than a dozen vendors. You’ll find funky furniture, vintage fashions, timeless home décor, and antique art. And if you need a few minutes to rest your feet, you can stop by the Rose Garden Tea Room, located inside the shop.

JunkerVal’s Antiques & Vintage

This funky little shop is owned by local businesswoman Val Arnett, whose sharp sense of style and rebellious spirit make JunkerVal’s a perfect place to find your next antique treasure.

K. Flories Antiques

If you’re looking for something upscale, try this expertly curated shop with over 40 years of experience in the antique business. K. Flories seeks out rare items and helps buyers looking to add to their collections or add more beauty to their homes. Those with a discerning eye will love the sophisticated collection of items they’ll find here.

Eastside Antiques

Eastside Antiques sticks to tradition, offering a bursting collection of housewares, furniture, clothing, and art.

Cross-Eyed Moose

Located just south of the Fort Worth Stockyards, the Crossy-Eyed Moose has built quite a name for itself. It boasts a loyal customer base who regularly visit for a taste of fun, bold, Western-style antiques, art, and furniture. It’s the quintessential Texas antique shop.

For more amazing antique art, be sure to visit the Fort Worth Show of Antiques & Art, open for three days every March. For more tips on filling your Saturdays, visit the Olympus 7th Street Station blog.

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