Those that make a habit out of browsing through antique stores are used to being faced with a rather eclectic mixture of items – indeed this is a large part of the charm of antique stores and flea markets. Nowhere is this more true than at Oddfellows Antiques, which certainly lives up to its name. This huge, warehouse-type store spread over 12,000 sq feet is filled with vintage furniture and unique curios, not to everyone’s taste but has enough variety to entertain and engage all who step through the doors.
There is no shelf left unfilled at Oddfellows Antiques, and if shoppers enter without having certain items in mind to look for, they can end up looking around, a little bewildered, for quite a while! Of course, for many this is one of the reasons to explore antique stores, to get lost in the past and end up buying things that were never on the list to buy. For those that are searching for something specific, there are plenty of staff on hand at Oddfellows Antiques ready to help uncover the desired treasure, and chat about anything of interest that is passed along the way.
The main isles in Oddfellows Antiques are plenty wide enough to maneuver through, and despite the amount of goods crammed in the booths are well organized. There is a little bit of everything on sale, including mid-century modern furniture, porcelain, toys, collectibles, vintage clothing, crystal, beautiful stained glass and other antiques. French provincial furniture sits side by side with rose-patterned china. Latch hook rugs are just as common a sight as moody landscape paintings. It is often the case here that shoppers come across things they never considered they needed; until they saw them at Oddfellows Antiques.
Hardcore thrifters and antique hunters will certainly be in their element at Oddfellows Antiques, but the average shopper is guaranteed to enjoy it too.
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