Quite possibly my Favorite furniture store I've ever been in. The curation of items was fantastic, the staff was welcoming, warm, and helpful (especially Addie), and on top of it all, the music playing was great! I will definitely be back (oh my poor wallet). More...
Nice store!! Friendly service
I love this place
Great antique store! Lots of eclectic items!
Fun place for awesome stuff
Great parking. Super friendly staff. Love the Swedish guy. Always awesome eclectic mix of vintage finds.
Large store with loads of vendors! New inventory may not rotate around quickly, but I usually find something I like each time I come.
When you are looking for something unusual and fits your character/personality, go to Kudzu. Always a fun time even if you do not find the piece that screams out to you....buy me and take me home!! Service and front desk folks are extremely helpful and friendly. More...
One of the coolest most unique antique stores in the Atlanta area, you can get lost in there for hours
Really couldnt afford much tbh, thats on me not their prices though, but I did love their pieces. Probably one of my fave antique stores, its just more of a this is what ill get eventually kinda place for me.
All the things you never knew you needed!
Great place with unique items. Furniture to jewelry, Kudzu has it all. They carry many Fair Trade and locally made items that you don't see elsewhere. Very nice staff, always pleasant and helpful. More...
Because of the one-of-a-kind merchandise
Carlos Deliz Yordan
A lot of good things!
Fantastic place to look for furniture and other items with character.
Los of cool stuff, new and old. Diamond in the rough.
Love this place full of neat stuff!
Wonderful selection and great prices! Absolutely love this place!
A fun place to visit and find unique objects.
Unique fun place. Mostly new items. Not a lot of antiques.
Such a cute place with lots of antiques and adorable modern pieces too! I could spend hours here.
There are some nice pieces but do your due diligence on the more expensive items. We were looking at a "mid century" piece with a price that matched but we pulled out one of the drawers and it had a new looking plastic piece on the drawer runner. Def not mid century. Totally reproduction.I know this is the vendor who labeled the item so I don't blame Kudzu. Just know what you are buying to avoid disappointment.UPDATE: Thank you Kudzu for responding to the review. You always have loads of interesting items. We will be back. More...
Plenty of variety at pretty fair prices. More space between pieces than at other antique shops, so easy to navigate the store without worrying you're going to bump into something every few seconds. I really enjoyed the book area, with some wonderful books going back to 1800s (although, it kills me a little when people use pencil to write the price on the inside). More...
Such a fun place, wonderful live music on Sunday!!!
Fabulous place for anything and everything for your house. One of a kind things & vintage items galore. Could spend hours there.
It definitely has a lot of unique stuff. Solid selection. As with any antique shop it's definitely pricy!
These people are amazing with so many different things to choose from and so many different Adams coming and going it's really a beautiful place with beautiful people never had a bad experience here always greeted with warm kindness and smiles will always come back here Kudzu rules
I like some of the furniture but I wish they were more affordable. The real reason I give this place a 5 star is for the Rare books section by Black Cat Caboodle. They have older editions of some classic childrens books that make me want to cry with happiness and the artwork is magical. More...
A very vintage chic store for home decors, crystals, and some knick knacks. The collection of furniture is amazing. They sell new and upholstered goods. A bit pricy but the collection is great. Customer service is good, recommend for art and decor! More...
I enjoyed about three hours walking through the booths. It is a large space with tons of diverse items.
This place is INCREDIBLE! SO much to see- amazing eclectic collections offered- so perfectly organized! The employees were so kind! Don't miss out on this place!
Love this place! So much to look at.
Expensive but great selection
An amazing collection of wonders.
Absolutely one of, If not the best antique stores in the area, if not all of Atlanta. I stop in once every week or two. Really great for mid century finds!
Great selection of cool items.
So many great things to see!
Flower Budd The God
Coolest little duck off shop... Old n new handmade and extremely unique merchandise
My favorite place to buy furniture and fun decor items and treasures. The Eye of the Beholder booth is the first place I go when hunting for treasures because there's always something there I fall in love with. All of the booths in Kudzu are so unique and cool that I find myself there almost every week! This place is a must see location when visiting Georgia. More...
I was impressed with the selection of different items being a man that was shopping with the wife. I dig man cave stuff and the wife likes shabby sheek. I will advise telling you lady folks to check it out with or without your hubby or if you are into the same sex then bring them to. More...
Always a treat and a treasure
Great place to look around
Found some treasures to add to my collection
Miriam A. Percell
I love this place! Everything in the store is uniquely beautiful. Staff are very kind.
Worth the visit. Very interesting
Great store! They separate all of their items by theme. So you can find 60s, 70s, vintage New Age, vintage games, furniture from every era including current day. Everything is in spotless shape. Which I appreciate in an antique store. The woman working there was so kind, she offered to take the items I was carrying to the front while I looked around. Highly recommend! More...
Lots of mid-century modern furniture and various collectibles from the 60's and 70's. I was hoping for some more rustic items like old tackle boxes or other storage/carrying items. I know the turn over is pretty good here so if you don't see it just go back. More...
Mix of vintage, true antiques, tchotchkes and new/decorator type items. Great art and handmade items. Lampshade section to refurbish lighting. Also some great gift ideas like greeting cards, jewelry, baby gifts, candles, etc. Excellent customer service. Love this place! More...
Cool antique shop full of weird odds and ends
My new favorite place to go when visiting Atlanta. Far exceeded expectation. Great stuff and great prices. Can’t wait to go back!
We love this little antiques hot spot and try to go there every time when we head toward your Dekalb farmers market (YDFM). We always find something to decorate with when we go there. Definetetly a must-go-to destination! More...
Great place. Friendly staff. Prices were a bit too high I thought but did find a few things.
Annette L Poole
I'll be back
Such an eclectic place! The staff was friendly and easy to talk to. The selection of items was so all encompassing, I know I could go several days in a row and still not see it all. My new favorite antique store.
Great shop in decatur with great finds and unique pieces. Beware! you can easily spend hours here exploring and find all sorts of treasurers of high quality and fits all types of decor.
The staff is friendly and there is always a fantastic variety of antiques, vintage pieces, and new decor to browse through! I've been a customer for years and love them. More...
A wonderful gem. The variety of stuff is outstanding, the prices are extremely reasonable, especially for the unique and curated collection that can't be found just anywhere! Me and my partner have a shopping list to save up towards and plan on decorating the house with items from this store. More...
This place is great. Many nice and unusual pieces. Prices seem reasonable. Just be prepared to spend time there...so much to see and find!
Awesome shop! Lots of individual booths, but what sets this shop apart from the rest is how nicely curated and orderly the booths are. No jumbles of junk here; instead you'll find a nice presentation of diverse merchandise encompassing multiple decades. Something for everyone and a great place for an out of the ordinary gift. More...
Great knowledgeable staff.
Very nice selection of everything antique.
Great store with plenty of variety in furniture, decor, and clothing. Pricing is a little out of my range on the bigger items but the quality of the items are good and I would deem the prices fair. Definitely worth a check out to kill a few hours and wander through. More...
I love this place. I could easily spend hours and hundreds in this place.
Best place to get gifts...and something for yourself
So many great items to check out. Incredible live music too. Something for everyone.
Great place. Lots of fun, cool stuff here. We did a gallery wall and had a field day shopping for it here. Great original folk art pieces too.
Really cool place. Bring your walking shoes because there is a lot to cover. A great mix of pieces from all era’s. It’s located right down the street from Dekalb Farmers Market. For some reason I love antiques shopping on raining days.They have a nice size parking lot for easy access. They also have clean restrooms for those making a day trip out of it. The building is also wheel chair accessible with a ramp right in front of the entrance. More...
Great for midcentury modern finds. Love the clothes at Ready Trading's booth. Everyone is very friendly and helpful, including Rosie the Golden doodle
Wow this place was crazy around the holidays! No surprise, there are so many unique gift options here. Kudzu has items for many different types of collectors, and I found so many amazing items looking through their booths. They have everything from collectable salt shakers, vintage Playboy magazines, antique radios, unique furniture, babydoll head planters, yard sculptures, and a ton more. And of course there are new things being brought in all the time. Definitely worth a visit!! More...
Great place to wander, shop for unique gifts and be inspired.
Very neat and expansive upscale peddlers type mall with individual stalls selling everything from furniture to antique spoons and everything in-between. You will need at least 30 minutes to stroll through if you actually glance at everything. The staff are super helpful and friendly and there is plenty of parking. Here you can also find outdoor decorations, unique home gifts, and all sorts of oddities and antiques. Think "Paris-on-Ponce" as it's a very similar business. Prices tend to be a bit high but many of thses industrial or antique pieces are trendy right now. However, there are definitely gems to be found. More...
What a time machine! If you like retro collectibles Kudzu is for you!
Always something cool to find at Kudzu
Great place to shop with family and friends.
Great store to walk around. You can pretend you are an American Picker like on TV. Many of the items are nostalgic but most are also pricy. Still a fun time if you need exercise and are in the right mindset. More...
Great place to go to .awesome stuff .and great service
Good stuff and great ideas
I like this place! Very unique.
Selection of good range from saddles to paintings, and represent over 80 sellers with of items. You could get lost in this building! It is a great place to find unique furniture, home goods, crazy items, and artsy treasures...along with outdoor metal and trendy decor. More...
Kudzu seemed to have slacked over the last few years, but after my last visit they seem to be back as one of the best antique stores in Atlanta.
Lots of neat things at reasonable prices.
A very wonderful store with very wonderful staff, and black labs. The antiques are rather expensive but very high quality and re done well.
Killer spot for last minute gifting.
We went there for the first time just randomly. They had live music and a Santa to take photos with which I found to be pretty awesome. The antiques section was my favorite and I wish I had mare time to spend there. There were some unique pieces if you're in to antiques. The modern section looked great too but my focus was on the antiques. We're definitely going back to check it out and get something unique for the house. More...
I always find things I want when I'm at Kudzu. I hope that it continues to have a variety of price points available
Mike should own this joint by now.
Great selection in a variety of vendor booths. Some new things, some hand crafted and some vintage and Antique.
This place is a dream!
Unique mixture of things here. It's got some booths like an antique mall, but also has newer home interior stuff. There's a section of occult books too, which is really wonderful. Definitely recommended!
I've gotten lots of cool stuff from here over the years, but we got this painting of a dog that's haunted but in a good way, and we named it The Duke, and that ghost dog watches over our house and smiles down on the living room, and it's a real cool thing. Go get yourself a good ghost today. More...
I love all the hard to find stuff
I love this store. Make sure you have enough time to browse slowly. There are a lot of things you may not notice, if you don't take your time. The prices are fair and they even have layaway for more expensive items. The staff are friendly and helpful I have found so many cool unusual pieces for my home. I would highly recommend it. More...
The quality of their selections is superb, the staff is wonderful. I usually feel very welcome once I step in. Highly recommended!
This is a huge place with antiques plus new items. You can easily spend a couple of hours here browsing. The employees are very friendly & they have a store dog that roams around greeting people. Worth the drive!
Great place to visit. Filled with lots of great items. Worth the drive to check this place out.
I come to Atlanta often to visit a friend and whenever I am there we try to do different things. Kudzu somehow always makes it on the list though, even though it's a little bit of a drive. This store is so much fun. It's really great for impulse shopping, you know, like when you just wanna spend money but you don't actually know what you want? They've got a great selection of cool and funky new and novelty items as well as vintage and antiques. And there's a custom lampshade specialist, which I have also patronized. More...
Crazy cool place, amazing and unique things for sale!!
Hope A Hinds
Something for everyone...Loved this place!
Anything your heart desires.
I love taking an hour or two to browse this entire store. It's quite large and full of amazingly unique and interesting objects of art, antiques, clothing, Furniture, jewelry. Even if you are not interested in buying, it's like being in an art gallery. Very entertaining! More...
Always something great!
Love this place! Prices are reasonable.
A fun place to wander and find cool stuff
Fun and interesting mix of eclectic antiques and vintage items. Furniture, clothes, crystals, decorative elements, costume jewelry, blankets etc. A bit overpriced.
Keeley M Carter
Interesting and eclectic collection. Worth the trip but, like so much of Atlanta now, a little pricey.
This is a great way to kill a couple hours and find great buys in the process
A unique store that can deliver that special item you are looking for.
Incredible place with all kinds of unique booths!! Everything is nice and neat, so no getting lost and no confusion!
So many unique pieces at great prices, it's one of my favorite places to shop for housewares.
Great place to browse around and lots to choose from.
Bruce W Moore
I love this place and so does my teen daughter. I'm still shocked, though, that 1970 is "vintage."
I love this store. It has a good mix of new and old and some excellent gifts and cards. Took my daughters bf today. "Great. Let's go look at old stuff." He had a great time! There are some really beautiful pieces and some awesome kitsch. A brilliant pace to spend a rainy afternoon. More...
Honestly, Kudzu is one of, if not THE most impressive interior decorating-antique stores in all of Georgia. Eclectic, tasteful and well procured. I can only think of a couple other antique stores that are on the same level as Kudzu. Every Atlanta'n should have visited Kudzu as a rite of passage. Kudzu is so woven into the fabric and reflects the spirit of Atlanta so well that no one should be able to call themself an Atlanta'n without visiting here at least once. Thank you for being exactly who and what you are Kudzu. More...
My favorite way to spend a spare hour in Atlanta. Lots of interesting things to be seen and so fun to browse. Delightful history and surprising pieces. This is my first stop when looking for a specific piece for my house. Great place to bring your visiting guests, Mom, or for a quirky date. More...
Unique don't miss out
Always a great selection.
There are some really interesting pieces here, I love to go just to see what they have.
Fun place for cool vintage treasures!
thrift store, consignment shop, collectibles in a huge Decatur warehouse. Great way to spend a Saturday morning
Awesome selection of vintage and retro items.
The best place to shop for unique gifts!
Perfect place for the home decorator
Love it here!!! I wish I was a millionaire - I'd buy everything! The women behind the counter were very friendly as well.
A little of everything...old and new. Great place to buy unique gifts.
Love, love this place! So many unique things. Great Customer service
Stephanie R Renna
Great place to explore. Sometimes you can find very unusual pieces.
Very fun and interesting place to visit. Never have I left empty handed.
Nice source of mid century. I saw a bunch of cool stuff.
My favorite shop to look for vintage and antiques. The store has new items and furniture. Seems to have a good turnover of items. Some industrial items in stock. Parking is tight. If you drive a truck, you may want to park at either end. More...
Good people, fair prices, good selection and quality. A very interesting, large and well stocked shop.
I had not been to Kudzu in years, but it was everything I remembered and more. I walked through the store on a quiet morning. I'd driven a friend over to pick up a few items she had dropped off for repairs. I mention it because I didn't know they do this and she says their rates are very reasonable. There was just aisle after aisle of kitsch of all sorts and some of the most gorgeous furniture. I'll definitely be back. It's a great place to find collectibles, antiques and oddities. More...
Such a fun place. Some pricey pieces and some very affordable at the same time. And a great wide selection of styles.....and very friendly staff!!
Lots of things to see and experience I get excited when I walk in the door I enjoy going there
I want everything here!
Beautiful shot and bigger than it looks. I enjoyed the antiques and the displays were great.
Great Mid century finds
Great spot for anything and interesting finds. Got a few pieces there. Easy stop to pick up gifts from jewelry to pottery and soaps along wi th interesting finds like gemstones, framed butterflies and interesting clothing and decor pieces.
Love this place...always a great find!!!!
I love this place!
Spent a lot of time here. Some good collections
Random delights galore!
BE PREPARED! Spent 3+ hours inside and didn't really get to see all of it. Only saw a very, very few duplicates - otherwise, everything is just about 1 of a kind.
You can easily lose hours in here. The selection is amazing but prices are steep. Not for the bargain shopper. There's new and antiques here. Also, this is where I find my favorite candles! Also also, they carry a selection of fair trade items. More...
Great place to find unique antiques, modern furniture and so much more. Feel like every time I come is an adventure. You can really spend some time in here
The very best place to find a little treasure.
Kudzu is my go to place for vintage finds.
Great selection of antiques and unique stuff.
Always enjoy Kudzu and buy something every time
My favorite antique shop in Atlanta. It’s fun just to walk around. Wish the prices were lower, but here , and there you find something nicely priced.
This place is fantastic. Full of oddities, local art, antiques, and just about everything else you can imagine.
Love this place and the diversity.
You'll never get bored here. Always finding something unique every visit. Furniture is priced a little high for my taste. Overall fun to find little treasures.
Good variety and quality! Employees are helpful and friendly.
I love it!!!!
A must stop for antiques and folk art.
LeAnna R Marion
Awesome stuff! They have a huge variety of things!
One of my favorite places in Atlanta! So many unique treasures!!
Found our new dining room table after checking 13 places...
Great layout. LOTS of unique and interesting pieces. So much to see. Will be back again soon.
Always able to find something unusual and interesting here. Fun place!
Hey my name is ramon and I have picked up and delivered furniture for kudzu they ate great people and nice things if you need furniture delivery call me (404)556-6060 thanks in advance:)
One of my favorite places EVER!!!! My fiancé and I have bought tons of great stuff for our carriage house. We always find something.
Love it! We've bought several unique pieces from them and we will continue to shop with them in the future!
There isn't a time there that I don't walk away with a Treasure. My favorite destination home, gift and overall art venue!
A Delight to Peruse. An eclectic mix of reclaimed furniture and gifts combined with traditional antiques, collectibles and vintage goods.
Love this place! Always changing with fresh and new! Such a Treasure Hunt!
What a great place in Atlanta. Have visited several times. Great staff.
Some much fun to walk around and look at all the great mid century furniture and art !
Always great design and gift ideas. I love bringing friends to Kudzu to spend a rainy lunch hour or two...
Sharon Rickerson Smith
Really unusual place with a lot of collectibles, mid century furniture, clothing, jewelry, just all kinds of stuff. Not really antiques though
I live less than 5 miles away and never get tired of browsing and shopping at Kudzu! It's also my teenaged daughter's favorite place to gift shop. Brilliant store!
A fun place and a very friendly atmosphere. I love the eclectic items for any taste. I recommend Kudzu to everyone.
JoAnn Johnson Brown
Love this place..always a fun day to go shopping at Kudzu...So many wonderful things to look at and buy...Love the clothing line too...
This place is amazing. So many unique items and good pricing. So happy to find a store with so many things to put on my wish list.
Cheryl Stevens Embry
Great place to shop! Super friendly staff. Lots of unique items, original art, and vintage goodies. Something for everyone!
They have a little bit of everything and I have not yet been able to visit and leave empty handed. The staff is very nice and helpful. Make sure you have plenty of time, because you will need it. More...
Rocelia Kay Patterson
Loved, loved, loved this place. I found so many treasures that we are already planning another trip down to load up a truck. Wonderful employees, friendly and so helpful. More...
So much fun, an absolute treasure trove!
Kelley Andrews Smith
Love browsing this store for rusty gold and funky treasures. A lot of great deals when you can find them. Some Vendors are a bit over priced to be honest. But overall, a fantastic shopping experience. Staff is always friendly with a smile. And helpful!! More...
Absolutely amazing!!! Has a huge selection of unique antiques and modern styles! Won't break the bank, and the staff and friendly and helpful!! I cannot say enough about how amazing this store is!! 11/10 if
I lived in Atlanta, I would spend most of my time in this store!! More...
Mary Helen Macon Martin
Love love this place! Funky cute!!! Really great cards--Birthday, get well, etc! Daughter found a piece of "art" and I found a very cool wine cork holder!!! We visited 3 times in 3 days!!!
Visited this place for the first time yesterday and it was awesome! It's a huge place filled with lots of great finds. As you walk in you are greeted by a very helpful and friendly staff.
Love this place and it's worth a visit. Be ready to spend a few hours there. More...
This is Best and most Fun place to shop for unique and interesting decor! Everyone is so friendly and helpful! Can't wait to go back real soon!
Sweet & nice
Wow!!! Great job on creating such a fun store!!
My favorite Atlanta antique shop. I always stop and talk to Mary and Charles. They always have an eclectic collection of goods.
Suzi Campbell VanDyke
Such a fun place, all sorts of treasures, reasonably priced and the VERY BEST customer service. Can't wait to go back; worth the drive from Pensacola.
I went for the first time today, and it was nice way to spend an hour or two rummaging around. Didn't find any treasure this time, but it seems the kind of place you could go back to a month later and find a completely different selection to look through. Enjoyable whether you find anything or not. More...
This was one of my favorite stops on our antique tour. My husband and I brought my mom into town for a full day of snacking and antiquing. Kudzu was one of the largest stores we visited, with a huge variety of items. Large and small, older and newer, they pretty much had it all. Since it's made up of vendors' booths, prices are variable, which is great for competition within the store itself. It would definitely be a collector's dream, so if you're looking for something specific, give Kudzu a try. We had a great time and we're there for at least an hour. More...
I could spend hours in this store. There are literally hidden gems at every turn. I have been coming here since 2008 and have not been disappointed since. The parking lot is easy to navigate and the location is easy to find (and close to the DeKalb farmers market). If I had a million dollars I would spend it all on this place. I want all the things More...
Love Kudzu. I have been here many times but have only bought one item - a vintage buffet that was in tip top condition and so worth the splurge. The place has so much character that it is an outing in itself just to visit. More...
Fun place to browse and gain inspiration; eclectic mix of old and new, wood/metal urban industrial furnishings, old maps and posters, hand knitted scarfs and hand sewn skirts; my fave recent find was a fossil I gave a colleague for her birthday, and a stacking primary color bowl set just like my mom's. More...
Recently got two table lamps repaired that needed new dimmer sockets. Had the pleasure of working with the amazing ladies at the lamp repair department. They were so helpful and patient, communicating every step of the way. They managed to special order matching dimmer switches for the lamps and had them repaired in no time. The lamps look and work great! Couldn't be happier. Getting to browse the fun store is an added bonus. More...
We had a lovely time browsing this eclectic antique/vintage market. Very friendly staff, but not pushy at all. My wife found a few things she couldn't live without too! I bought a vintage pipe holder that has already brought me much joy. Good selection, good prices, friendly staff, lots of parking and a really good cold coke. We'll be back next time we visit from Montgomery.Kudzu was recommended by friends. I had not read the reviews until just after leaving mine. My wife often tells me I dress like a bumb and wont walk along with me. Mostly she will. But, as bad as I looked I never felt that I was being singled out as a thief. I really thought the staff was helpful and friendly. By the way, I have been followed around in some stores. I usually turn and ask them if I might be of any help. More...
This place is my new heaven! Antique/refurbished furniture, home goods, the largest collection of salt and pepper shakes I've ever seen, gifts, etc. Got an amazing bookcase here. Will be my to-go spot for household items, cus I love old stuff like no one else. More...
This is a very fun place to browse. The staff are extremely friendly and available for questions (some merch is in cases so you need assistance). I read the previous review by a woman of color and, while I'm not disputing what she said (wasn't there obviously), I didn't have to go looking for help, they were usually nearby and I'm white so maybe it's just the way it's run. Anyway, don't mistake this place for a flea market. It's just as much fun but not cheap. Not outrageous, but not cheap. You can still find affordable gifts. Buy or browse, it's definitely fun! More...
Very affordable for a vintage store but requires lots of digging for good finds. That's the fun part though and this place is massive so it's filled with great objects all over.
This is a cool and fascinating place that has a huge range of products, from clothing and collectibles to large furniture pieces. Having recently moved, we were interested in a few large pieces but also needed some decorative items like a mirror for one of our bathrooms. We managed to find a dining table and the mirror in one trip, which was awesome.The mirror we bought had a small piece falling off of it, which isn't unexpected since it had a bunch of small pieces. They quickly glued it back on and got it back to original shape before we purchased it. The dining table got delivered by one of the movers they work with the next day. The delivery was very professional and quick, and the cost was fair considering the size and difficulty of moving the item.Overall, this is a very interesting place, and if you are open to a variety of different things, you may find something you like. It won't be super cheap, but it's likely to be nice and different from the rather conventional fare you may find at Crate & Barrel. More...
Cool place! Took my wife out to look for stuff and they have it. Antiquing is normally not my thing but I actually found several things myself that were interesting.
This is our first visit since moving to Atlanta. The staff greets you as soon as you step inside and they are so helpful and friendly. It's a huge place with so much to see, you will not be disappointed.Love this place!!! More...
I love Kudzu! This place is filled with interesting and rare pieces at reasonable prices and it's easy to find, with plenty of parking. The staff has always been friendly and helpful as well! I will definitely continue shopping here and would recommend it to anyone! More...
This place is phenomenal. There are so many booths and cool pieces just spilling out of each one. From records to furniture to knick-knacks, found objects, tools, you name it. I was particularly taken with the cast iron selections and the interesting vintage clothing. It just makes me sad that I cannot take everything home with me in my suitcase. More...
Not only does this place probably win the world record for deepest antique building ever, they happen to have incredibly cool stuff. I was on a mission for jewelry specifically, of which they had an impressive selection right as you walk in. Each stall was a treasure trove of unique finds. I also approve of all the local artisan products sold. I am excited to return and explore even more. More...
Great place for goods and random knickknacks! I bought quite a few gifts here. A bit pricey for some items but definitely has some gems along with awesome cards.
Fun to walk around! I could have spent hours browsing, and will be back for sure when I need a new dining room table and chairs. They have a great selection of lamps, too. Great to browse the individual vendors, especially if you're looking for something in particular. More...
The only thing I am not big one is the stuff up front for the most part is gift market purchased stuff. That was not what I expected . I come here in the hunt for the real thing and unusual . Not the stuff I see everywhere else or heaven forbid replicas that looks like the vendors of the various stalls are trying to sell. Still a good place to hunt on the way to Farmer's Mkt. Still booths with Real Things. More...
Y// MD. Can find lots of nice mid century modern stuff here but prices are a little high. Fun to browse for sure. They don't deal as much as one would like and the ladies behind he counter aren't always the friendliest.
Absolutely looove this place! Hey have one in Decatur and one in Dunwoody - both are great. The one in Dunwoody has less 'junk stuff' than Decatur. Lovely unique pieces. They are a bit pricey but in their defense it is unique pieces. I would recommend to others. More...
Huge place and I hear more than one location. Tons of options! Great for gifts or home decor or collectibles!
Well, I have just lived to ATL but an avid flea market and antique shopper while living in Orlando, NYC, Miami, etc. and this place was super cool and beat my expectations. Priced as antiques, there are a few bargains to find but most things are what you would expect to pay. Some very unique items including local artisans and great vintage finds. The have a large table where you can place your things as you walk the big complex. It is unique, easy to find, and free parking. All they need is ice cream and drinks! We will definitely go back after dropping a little cash today for gifts. More...
If you have a few minutes to shop this is a great place. You can always find some interesting things to see and you will probably not leave empty handed.
Great Antique market. Great variety. Good mix of high end and flea market. Lots of interesting things to look at. Prices are a little high, depending on what you're looking at.
LOVE IT HERE! Place is huge. Pass Paris on Ponce, and drive on out to Decatur....it's not that far. Kudzu is worth the few extra miles out to Decatur. They have everything. Furniture, homes accents, lighting, candles, records, rugs, pictures. You name it! This is the ultimate Antique Market. Reasonably priced. I have even taken some items to the front counter and asked them to see if the owner will take a reduced amount for the item. Usually while I am shopping, they call the owner of the piece, and I get an answer before i leave the store. (usually get the item for a discount). Staff is super friendly. You can spend hours upon hours looking at stuff in here. It's my go to place if you like some different type of furniture pieces, or some retro stuff. They have it all. I don't miss Atlanta, but I do miss Kudzu! More...
Dear buddha, I think I've died and gone to antique heaven. Great place to kill time or do some serious buying. Lots of accent pieces and misc items, so much eye candy!Can't wait to come back here some time5/5 More...
This is a fun place to shop or just to kill time and explore. I've come in twice - once to just "check it out" and another time on a serious shopping quest. The first time I managed to not buy anything, and the second time I was happily successful. I happened to stop in during their Christmas Party, which had live entertainment and free refreshments. That was particularly nice!I came in searching for presents for friends and family, knowing it was my last chance to do shopping. I managed to find a few specific things, a perfect present, and something for me (oops!). The mix here is very eclectic - there are some very curated areas of mid-century furniture and decorations, where other areas feel more like a flea-market pile. I found some amazing books, but they had price tags to match. More...
I finally stopped here when recently visiting the farmers market to look for some interesting stained glass windows frames. I found them and so much more, and I have been back a couple times since each time found something to neat to take home. More...
Spent weekend in Atlanta and got to visit this fun store. Filled with all things new, funky and old. We found fun jewelry, vintage Christmas, cool furniture, funky metal and helpful staff. Will definitely return!
Come here to browse the antiques and vintage items from various eras. So much fun and nostalgia for all ages in one building.
Small enough to enjoy and large enough for variety. Besides unique antiques and lawn art, some clothing, music, salt and pepper shakers, and classic sodas.
This place is DA BOMB, I can easily while away an afternoon meandering among the many many stalls and shops looking for the latest find. Every time I come I feel like a kid in a candy store, I love the thrill of finding something cool and original. I have found that most of the vendors add items on a regular basis so you can stop by regularly and find new loot :) We've stocked our entire home bar cart with beautiful vintage cocktail glasses from Kudzu, and I recently found this amazing little hat that is just begging to be taken out on the town. A number of the vendors sell up-cycled, restored, or even brand new furniture and home decor items, & there's even a stall just for lampshades. There's a table right as you enter, to the right of the cash registers, where you can leave things you intend to purchase so you don't have to walk around with your hands full. And the folks who work there are super nice. More...
What a great way to spend an hour looking through the past. If you like antiques and well curated old stuff this is the place for you.
Free A/C...and a fun place to spend an hour or two browsing about kitschy items. Some old, some repro'd, some home made, some art. Lovely time!
I love coming here on the weekends and just strolling around with the toddler strapped to me so she can't touch anything. This place is huge- they have every genre of stuff you could think of within the booths offered. I always go for the possibility of finding mid century modern stuff to clutter up my house. You should definitely check this place out when you have some time to kill. More...
My girl and I had a really good time here. If your into perusing through tons of nostalgic memorabilia or want to buy a unique gift then I would check out Kudzu. We went as a sort of ad hoc 'date' to check it out and had a good ass time looking through everything. I bought my dad some old records and some weird art and I will go back around christmas time to look for stuff for the old timers. If you are looking for more information about what they have here then think of junk warriors TV show on speed. It's humungous and they have all sorts of things. More...
Kudzu is like an indoor flea market. It is so massive, it took me at least two hours to walk through. It is a great way to kill some time.
Very cool store, this was my first time here. It is a very large place and has lots of items of all kinds. It is a little pricey for antiques but hey you are in Decatur, trendy spot of the Atl. I will recommend it to others to checkout and I will revisit again. More...
Yes, yes, all the yes's!This place. A few of my friends had been frequenting this market and ogling over its treasures for some time, and while I'd never even heard of the place, they so graciously invited us to tag along.Indeed, I am painted impressed. If you've gone to Paris on Ponce, it's a bit similar with the selections. Lots of old memorabilia, a fair amount of taxidermy and various oddities, and a lot of charmingly aged items. The store also sports a crafted section full semi-kitschy wares and hand crafted soaps.I couldn't be happier with the selection, since there is so much to look at. You may, obviously, not really need it, but the collector in you will probably be at wits end in trying to convince you to spend. For the most part, I found the prices even reasonable too. I bought a very cute green beret here... which probably would be the last thing on my list of things to buy at such a place, but it was oddly so cute, I couldn't resist it's evil charm. It's probably cursed.If you're looking for that unique, rustic, wood table or stool, be sure to stop by here too. Some of the pieces are really nice. Not sure how they compare to other antique stores with their crafted wood furniture, but I'm definitely considering a stool in the least.Highlights, the booth that sells the massive geodes and crystals. 10% off on a lot of it too! All the wood items. This really cool rope & wood ladder, and all the old bottles, tins, wooden boxes you could dream of. My friend also mentioned, they seem to turn product quickly, I dunno how true that is... but I assume stuff frequently goes out of the store. They also have a layaway plan, I believe?All in all, top notch antique market. Not overly kitschy. All kinds of good weird with lots of gorgeously 'touched by time' boxes and novelties. If you are looking for unique gifts, I'd give Kudzu a stop in. More...
The best of Atlanta (in Decatur) with so many well organized booths. Old and new. Art, collectables, garden, furniture, records, priced extremely high for large beautiful furniture sets (but reasonable for the product) to low for most things. Periodic booth sales with lots of local handmade goods. Perfect for unique gift giving. More...
Wow, I was not expecting it to be as good as it is. Lived in Avondale for 3 years and always passed by it, when looking up furniture placed I found this.Price wise I found it very reasonable. The items that were expensive made sense why there were expensive (cast iron cabinet, 80 year old real wood table, etc.) and a majority of the items were in great shape.As others have said, plan on spending up to 2-3 hours walking around everywhere. Staff seemed friendly, parking was ample - overall, no complaints and will definitely be buying from here in the future. More...
If I lived in Atlanta, I WOULD GO BANKRUPT BECAUSE OF THIS PLACE.This is the biggest vintage store I have ever been to that has an amazinly curated variety of awesome stuff. In other words, it's a huge store but it also has an EXCELLENT quality in terms of selection.If you are into vintage, just GO.FYI I pretty much buy what I want, so if you are price-sensitive, don't go here, because it's kinda pricey. More...
Kudzu is not your mother's antique store. It's super snazzy, has a wide range of furniture, knickknacks, crafts, jewelry, vintage clothes, and other antiques. They also offer craft classes. I think I have come here more times just to wander around and gawk at stuff than when I'm actually looking to purchase something. It's a wonderful way to spend a rainy afternoon. They don't offer furniture delivery, but they do give you a list of companies that they work with to schedule deliveries. More...
If you like antiques but aren't stuffy, this is your place. Tons of fun old stuff! Some fun not so old stuff too, but mostly old stuff. They have mid century modern things, retro 60s/70s things, etc. I'm not an antique expert by any means but I do love coming here. You can find super expensive stuff but also cheap little knick knacks, and everything in between. Successes I've had here include a mid century dresser (being used as a tv stand), bar stools made from reclaimed wood (not antique but local and super cool), a cute tray shaped like a fish and this tacky pitcher with Palm trees that says Florida. Customer service is okay. Mostly nice, and the guy at the loading dock is helpful. Parking is super easy. Overall a fun place to spend a couple hours if you're looking to buy something fun for the home. More...
I have been antiquing all my life. This is my "go to" place for treasure hunting. i go there about every two weeks. It has the best selection around if you like to rummage. i am not looking for valuable antiques, I am looking for a "find", cool things. They have great selection of books, nostalgic items, new and old furniture, records, glassware, kitchenware. The people that work there are the best. They are very helpful, friendly, and will work with you on getting a deal when it is time to purchase.The location is ideal. The space is beautifully designed inside and out. More...
This is among the best antique stores in Atlanta. They also have a booth that has an awesome selection of records... I got Rubber Soul for $6!There's also a booth that has really fun, decently priced industrial style furniture (my fave). If you like antiques, you must go here. More...
If you're into this kind of stuff, this is the place to go.It's funny how selling other people's used crap can have different flavors - this, for example, has a very different vibe from Paris on Ponce, for example.This was a place we went to coming back from gluten free waffles in Avondale Estates. The location is huge and they have done a nice job converting it from its prior use.You can find books, clothing, furniture and lots of Americana.Yes, there will be the obligatory hoarders, but what did you really expect? More...
I LOVE Kudzu!! They are one of the best antique markets in Georgia for mid century. I've gotten some incredible deals on teak mid century furniture that literally blew my mind! I always recommend stopping my once a month because they are constantly getting in new, fabulous items. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! More...
Bring a truck. This place rocks.
This is by far and away my absolute favorite place for unique treasures, quality vintage finds, and mid-century pieces. The store is huge and I could spend all day exploring all of the different seller's spaces. The prices are absolutely fair and in some cases more than reasonable. The owners and entire staff are friendly, helpful, and very knowledgeable. I have purchased many, many things here, including my most recent purchase of a large walnut dining table from the 1950s. The table was too large to fit in my car, so they provided me with the info for a delivery person that they highly recommended. I was a bit nervous about leaving my precious new score behind and wanted to ensure it was delivered in a timely fashion without being damaged - BUT I trust them so I took their recommendation and was thrilled with both the price and quality that I received for the delivery. I love my new table and will always be a loyal fan of Kudzu Antique's. They do often have the owners 2 large dogs in the store. For anyone afraid of dogs, you should know this, but please also know that these 2 gorgeous dogs are so sweet, docile, and are so used to be around the store's patrons that they are anything but scary or intimidating. I've even thought about dropping my own dog off there in the hopes that he will come home as well behaved and trained as Kudzu's pet mascots. For those with pet allergies, I believe the dogs are labradoodles so they do not shed and rarely even approach you when you're in the store. They kind of just hang out in the sun and sleep. Trust me, they're as great as the store itself. I highly recommend Kudzu - it pretty much rocks the face off other local antique and vintage stores. More...
I love kudzu, so much so that I drive an hour or so to get there. I can and have spent untold hours shopping, playing, taking pictures, having conversations with friends and strangers about things in the store. I LOVE IT!You can find everything to outfit your first apartment, your kid's bedroom, your parent's house, or even set design for 6 different tv shows. Furniture, clothes, art pieces, stuff, tchotchkes, brik-a-brak, and just about anything else you could want. More...
This place is huge!! HUGE! I spent a good 1.5 hrs here reveling, yes reveling. I LOVE antiquing and have missed this for the last year I've been stuck in a basement studying. I finished my thesis and the first thing I wanted to do after a lazy lunch was browse at the antique store and I was brought to Kudzu. Had some great pieces of furniture and a few that were actually very reasonably priced. You have to search for the bargain though. I'm still kicking myself for not buying this art deco wardrobe I loved. Hmm, maybe I'll go back. I did pick up a couple of records though, which were organized by genre (sort of) in the front. Organization is always appreciated. Any household item is here including new stuff like soaps and artisan products in the middle of the store. I'm not sure what's happening with the front room - there is some very expensive furniture that didn't quite fit with the rest of the store, but I guess some people are attracted to that area. More...
This place is the best - chic, vintage, modern, antique - I guess beautifully eclectic is what I'm thinking. Designers are gonna love love love it!!!
I LOVE poking around antique stores. This place is HUGE - I think I heard someone say 25,000 sq feet. It is chop full of all kinds of things. People have booths and put whatever junk they would like to sell. The prices were a little high for my taste, but I can spend hours walking around and looking at everything. More...
Kudzu is a lot of fun. They have about 50-100 or so booths, and each booth is very unique. You'll find everything from Mid-Century modern to yard art to antiquarian books. I always find a deal here. If you're in Decatur, it's definitely worth checking out! More...
Great new place to find home furnishings, gifts, antiques, art and the unusual!
I love walking around Kudzu. I stop in whenever I'm at the Dekalb County Farmer's Market. The booths are filled with terrific stuff, and I can always find great furniture. It's just a terrific little spot. Anyone who's out and about should stop in. You'll certainly find something terrific. More...
This place is great for those of you who like to stroll through an endless corridor speckled with an array of old clocks, lamps, bright scarves, marbles, knick knacks, dusty books, rocking chairs, posters, and the list goes on.The place is set up by booth, with each seller and booth having a different theme.I could easily spend an afternoon here discovering all the great treasures within. Afterwards, I usually hop on over to Farmer's Market around the corner.Don't forget to check out the small pond out back! More...
Courtney Allison B.
Kudzu is seriously my favorite place to shop for home goods. The prices are typically very reasonable and there are so many different styles here - vintage, antique, new, custom, etc. It's fantastic.My most recent favorite purchase was a new beautiful, green mid-century style couch manufactured by Rowe Furnishings in High Point, NC. I absolutely adore it. More...
This place is pretty great! We spent an hour or so scouring each little booth to see what interesting knick knacks we'd find in this giant antique market. We could have spent so much more time if we weren't on our way to grab dinner.I wish I loved this style of living/decorating/collecting. Unfortunately for Kudzu I tend to gravitate towards the current market. If you love antiques, hard to finds, vintage pieces, conversation pieces, or anything that maybe a tad bit overpriced Kudzu is the place for you. I thought it'd also be a great place for a 2nd or 3rd date. You learn a lot about the other person's style and there's tons of items to talk about, make fun of, stare in amazement at, and maybe even purchase. The wall of salt shakers was pretty cool!I've been told you can haggle if you don't care for the price tag as well. More...
Our house is full of great finds from Kudzu! The staff is friendly and helpful and there is always something new to look at!
What a find! I happened to stop by on the weekend and not only was there great finds and FAB Christmas gifts, but it was a shopping party too! So snacks & a beverage. I love the mix of old and new. The line of new couches and chairs really goes well with my old stuff. Now I just have to decide which ones to order and in which material. Yes, you can order them custom! And any of you who have tried to find a vintage couch out there will know that comfort is not always an option. These were super comfy! This is my favorite place here in ATL. More...
I used to be a real fan of thrifting. A big part of the fun was rummaging through stuff then finding a holy grail of a record, piece of furniture or clothing. Well, that was back then. Now, I'd rather just find one central location of really awesome stuff under one roof, with as little rummaging as possible, which I found at Kudzu.You really don't get an idea of how huge Kudzu is until you roam around inside. The shop clerks are really good about cheerfully greeting people, as are their two giant poodles (not generally a big poodle fan but one licked my hand and it sorta won me over).There is everything from bric a brac, furniture, records, clothing, accessories, art and vintage everything, generally at a fair price. I am personally a huge mid-century furniture junkie and found really cool recliners, side tables and even an original Herman Miller Eames chair (sans ottoman)- going for a mere $200! If you're big into vintage clothing, the left side of the market has a fairly large vintage clothing corner, that includes both men's and women's stuff- accessories, shoes, outerwear and everything in between.Even if you don't buy anything, Kudzu is an awesome place to walk around and look at cool tschotckies. More...
Kudzu is perfect for: -antique lovers.-lazy Sunday afternoons.-those who need a cold Coke whilst shopping: they sell 'em, in addition to a smattering of other "vintage" soda brands.-thrift seekers.-grandparents who want to educate their grandchildren on "the good old days."-grandchildren who want to be reminded of their grandparents. -hagglers.-third dates.-three-hundredth dates.-vintage-wearing vixens.-lovers of garden tchotchkes. actually, lovers of any kind of tchotchke.-those who prefer to "dress up" rather than "get dressed." -new homeowners.-tourists in need of non-touristy entertainment.-anyone who's awesome. More...
GREAT GREAT GREAT place and the woman that fixes lamps...Sandy , is wonderful and very detail oriented and helpful. The only problem that I have with this place is that a few of the staff can sometimes be very curt and short with you...though not all of them, sometimes it's a turn off, but overall...the place is very nice and we have lucked out on several great deals. More...
Knick-knacks and trinkets galore! This is one of my "lazy Sunday" locales. Giant interior with mini vendor shops set up inside. Lots to look at including some great finds and some so tacky you wonder if it will ever sell. But it inevitably does. I picked up some faux gold Chanel earrings from here, being my best find to date. There have been many other items I have coveted as well including a gilded ostrich from a merry-go-round. I was sad to see the confessional go, but I hear it has since relocated to Sister Louisa's Church of the Living Room & Ping Pong Emporium. How very fitting. This is a great place to pass the time and who knows what gem you might leave with. More...
I came to Kudzu in search of a vintage metal toolbox and left with an angel made of a chair leg, tiled baby head and rusted metal wings instead. I flipped the sculpture over to find the artist's name, and the piece is by one of my oldest and dearest friends who sold out of this series at the 2008 Folk Fest. Maybe fate is for real.I also left with an iron floor lamp to better illumine my office. Nothing induces creativity more than ample light and freaky baby heads. More...
Color me obsessed. It was a random Thursday and I had been antiquing around the city all day and I was getting tired. I almost went home but had heard great things about Kudzu so decided to drive down Ponce and check it out. SO glad I did. I've even taken family members because it's really one of those places that everyone loves. I want to live there. It was like I had died and gone to mid-century modern heaven. I'm moving to a larger apartment soon so I wanted to stock up on trinkets. I ended up getting a couple old paintings, a bunch of old books, a vintage train case, a teapot, cocktail shakers, etc. I wanted to buy everything I saw. I didn't know that I NEEDED a rotary phone until I went to Kudzu. If you've lived in Atlanta for over 6 months and haven't been here you should be ashamed of yourself, seriously. Go. Now.I wanted to add that I left my car keys here (yes I'm an idiot) when I took my cousin for a visit and they were really cool about locating them and letting my man pick them up after I described what he looked like. The people here are really nice. More...
This is a great little gem in the Decatur crown. It's a great place to visit on a weekend afternoon. Lot's of great vintage/antique and new items. I take all of my out of town visitors by the "zu" for a taste of the area. Love it! More...
Ain H D.
Six (actually, five) things about Kudzu.1. Kudzu is huge.2. I got lost in Kudzu because it's huge.3. I suffered from shopping anxiety b/c there's so much shit in Kudzu.4. - oh, because it's mad huge.5. Kudzu doesn't quite know the difference between vintage & old.6. If you do know the difference, you can find some incredible wares. More...
I have passed this place multiple times and just wondered what it could be. So, my girl and I finally stopped to check it out. Boy were we surprised (in a good way).Antiques, art, garden stuff, giant planters, knick knacks, do-dads...all here. This place is insane! It's like walking thru the mind of a mad painter or something. The space itself is huge but it seems smaller because of the clutter of items. Something new around every corner...you could spend hours here. And, we have. Little pricey but a fun place to shop.Great selection of items off the beaten path and the people are super friendly. Take a drive over on a weekend and check it out! More...
So I've been here almost every weekend for the past 2 months and just love this place! Lots of visual stimuli, great jewelry, vintage clothing, bric a brac and good yard art. I'd really love to have a booth here and think this place is a little mecca in Decatur/Scottdale area. I'll continue my weekly visits and will keep an eye out for their sales. You can sign up on their site to be emailed about their specials. More...
Love this place. It's my weekend get out of the house excuse. My mom has a booth here but even if she didn't I would still come in for some neat finds. Staff is great - CHARLES is great - and it's right beside the farmer's market so two birds, one stone, every weekend. Stop by the Squirrel booth and Willie and Ira's. Cutest. More...
This place is h(u^10)ge! Probably one of the biggest antique furniture stores I've seen in Atlanta. There are lots of random things you can get at prices you might not want to pay.The quality of the furniture they carry is actually quite good. A lot of antique places have great stuff, but the quality is not there. At Kudzu, the quality is really up there and does not feel that they cut any corners.The staff is really nice and friendly. They even have a request book to help you get what you really want. More...
The staff is very friendly and attentive without being intrusive. I saw their sign at the road advertising lamp repair, so I brought in a floor lamp that was broken during our move from NY. Mike assured me they would be able to complete the repair, which they did and well in advance of my expectations. I am very pleased with the exemplary service and genuine customer service; it's like doing business with an old friend. More...
Umm, 25,000sqft of vintage stuff/junk/furniture/books/collectibles...AND they have "yard sales" in the parking lot.Plan on spending mucho time here going through all of the stuff, especially during sale days. The prices are a bit high for some items and they don't have any vaseline glass (which I collect) but I still give this place a 5 because it's the largest antique market in Decatur and they have a LOT of great finds. Also try Decatur Estates if you're in the area. :) More...
Don't think you can come in here and just spend half an hour browsing. Plan on at least 90 minutes or so to get through everything. It'll take a little while to really find the gems.You'll find everything to country kitchen stuff, 50-60s modern danish chairs, 70s disco stuff, neon signs, outdoor pots, etc.Some gems I found here: emergency water from the 50s, TWO Ekornes recliners at a good price (~$350), cool kitchen tables and chairs.And, it you're a cool kid and have Scout Mob you can get %40 off! More...
Alright, I'm going to admit it publicly. I am a guy who likes to walk around antique and junk shops. I also buy alot of crap that I eventually donate to charity or sell on Ebay after a few years. My name is Theron, and I am addicted to antiques/junk.That being said, I don't have alot of antiques, but I don't mind looking at them. Kudzu is down the street from my house and I really like this place. It's the type of "antique" stores that has alot of different booths that multiple people rent and keep their stuff in for consignment.You can find some gems here, and you can find some junk. I'm privy to both. Very friendly staff and reasonable prices for most things. If you buy something big, they will help you find a delivery service if you can't take it home in your car. Works out for most people.If you are spending a weekend in Decatur, Ga., or are visiting the Dekalb Farmers Market, you would be wise to spend a little time at this place.Look out for the booths with special discounts. Owners of the booths are rarely there and there is no sales pressure from anyone. You can just browse at your own leisure. More...
This is a great place to browse, a combination of antiques and art and some unique non-antique gifts. Ten Thousand Villages even has a fair-trade booth here. Even if I'm just killing time I usually end up buying something! I also enjoy the poodle greeters/patrol officers. More...
I came here to find antique automotive signs or other automotive cool items. I didn't find what I wanted, but i did find cool RC Cola sign I wanted that was pretty large but for the price I could not justify it. They have so much cool stuff here though the price is a little higher than most places I've seen, but that is in part of the people that are offering the sales. Kudzu is the middle person sort of speak but overall they are a must if you like to shop antiques. More...
My dream is to have a stall here. Kudzu is huge, and I fight people for some of the oddities and treasures I find within its walls. As previous reviewers have said, block at least 2 hours. You enter the store, and immediately you must choose to either go left or right. I don't know why, but I get so excited every time I enter. I think, "oh, I could go to the right where all the awesome mid century modern stuff is" or "oooh, why not the left, where there is that great antique jewelry stall, and the nook with a lot of owl knick knacks." I get way too thrilled here, and my husband always has to drag me out. Kudzu is great for birthday and holiday shopping and for treating yourself. The odds and ends range from reasonable to expensive. It is a nice mix of things I can afford and things I drool over. Seriously, one of the best antique stores in Atlanta. More...
One of my top vintage furniture destinations. You can find any period of furniture you like from victorian to mid century modern to tack-nasty. They have every little random trinket that your heart might possibly desire and a great collection of folk art to boot. I agree with all the other posters that to you need to block out a few hours in order to pick your way through it all. They can be a bit expensive and never seem willing to drop prices much but the quantity and selection makes up for it all. More...
Holiday Gift Shopping Guide stop #4. If you haven't found what you're looking for by now - you need Kudzu. You may be confused and don't know what to buy by this point. Browsing Kudzu might help.First of all, you need to block out about 2 hours because it's gigantic. 2nd of all, you need to be open to many different possibilities.You can find anything at Kudzu. They have a lot of Coke branded products. Eco-friendly products too. There is a huge wall of collectable trains and tracks.Honestly, there are a million things there, but please make sure you have enough time and patience to look at things there. More...