Peachtree Battle Shopping

 

Peachtree Battle
Copper is on trend this year.

 

Furniture and antique shopping are my favorite ways to spend the day. I get to have fun, decorate and get my ‘steps’ in all in the same time—what could be better than that! If you add a couple of friends and lunch to the day I am in heaven.

On my latest trip to Atlanta, I made Peachtree Battle Antiques a shopping must. The store is always a visual delight. The arrangements are always creative and inspiring. I found mirrors, chairs, planters, china, table cloths, chandeliers, jewelry, Hermes scarves…the list is endless.

Several architectural pieces caught my eye as well as a large framed chalk board featuring “Bee” Happy by the talented Frances Schultz—check out her very entertaining blog here. The new rug area is filled to the ceiling with beautiful rugs in ever size imaginable.

Put Peachtree Battle Antiques on your list of shopping stops today—and just give them a call if you see something you like.

Peachtree Battle Antiques
I spotted these great leather chairs—they need a home.

 

Peachtree Battle Antiques
Love seats are always a good idea.

 

Peachtree Battle Antiques
This server would make a great bar.

 

Peachtree Battle Antiques
I love this large chalk board with a quote from Francis Schultz.

 

Peachtree Battle Antique
This whole table was full of Majolica.

 

Peachtree Battle Antiques
They have a huge selection of mirrors right now.

 

Peachtree Battle Antiques
I have one just like this in my house.

 

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This would make a great coffee table inside the house or on a covered porch.

 

Peachtree Battle Antiques
This is a great garden birdcage.

 

Peachtree Battle
Great ideas for your mountain or lake house.

 

Peachtree Battle
Don’t miss the new rug area downstairs.

 

Peachtree Battle
What a great selection to choose from.

 

xo♥, Lissy
All photos by Lissy Parker for lissyparker.com. You are welcome to ‘borrow’ my photos—just please credit the source.

 

 

8 thoughts on “Peachtree Battle Shopping”

  1. I’ll take the blue and white transferware platters just wrap them up! Love the marble top faux bamboo piece and the Louis Phillippe mirror. I must say Charles Faudree would have been right at home in this shop. So many classic and timeless finds.

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