The Dallas Antique Mall is packed full with discoveries for you to peruse.
You’ll want to take home something from this antique mall, we’re sure. The multiple dealers there are constantly bringing in new inventory.
They have beautiful vintage jewelry for you to check out. Pictures, lighting and wall decor for your inner designer to get creative with.
The collectibles range from housewares and vintage glass to porcelain and art pottery, and are as charming as they are extensive. There is also a great vintage kitchen section you have to see.
Check the Man Cave and vinyl LPs.
Every guy likes something interesting to check out when his better half is checking out vintage linens. The Dallas Antique Mall has a man cave stocked with ‘guy stuff’. Old tools to vinyl records.
There is even a used book corner for the book lovers in your family.
Across the street from the Old Historic Courthouse
The Dallas Antique Mall sits among a cluster of shops on Main street that you’ll want to check out. After you’re done shopping walk across the street to check out the old historic courthouse. Visiting Dallas is worth the short drive!
River City Mall is a large 100+ vendor antiques, collectibles, artisan decor mall in Salem.
River City Mall has so many different categories to shop.. it isn’t limited to just the usual antiques, collectibles, artisan decor, and painted furniture. Its really an eyeful.
Yes, there are antiques, collectibles and artisan decor along with vintage items, of course. From metal signage and collectibles. Hand crafted quilts and hand crafted art.
Like fudge? They have locally made incredible fudge at the counter so you won’t miss it! Classic candies from your youth? Yup.
Home decor pieces abound..just siting there daring you ..or maybe begging you to take them home!
We saw a beautiful child sized garden bench we’d never seen before.
Then there was an entire booth of handmade wreaths. Another area was filled with extremely detailed handmade gift cards. There is even a ‘storefront-in-a-store’ called Vintage Soul that features vintage denim jackets and a host of collectibles and artisan decor pieces.
Their motto is “Find Your Treasure” and it fits. When you visit be sure to keep in mind their location is at Lancaster and Rickey St SE, but the large parking lot is behind and below a Carl’s Jr. Turn onto Rickey street and you’ll find the lot on your left, just down the hill.
The name of the shop says it all. Beautiful things from the past, now brought back to life.
Painted shabby chic furniture twice loved and repurposed for your home. You’ll find matching decor, and fun decorating items like a clock with its face made of the brightly painted license plate numerals. How about a “mancave” sign spelled with license plate letters?
‘Hand selected vintage clothing’ means you don’t have to spend your shopping day sorting.
She has vintage for you, along with jewelry to pair them with. Probably with shoes, a handbag, and maybe even sunglasses. We saw vintage postcards, porcelain vases, blown and pressed glass.
Does a once forgotten small wooden desk, now a quaint two-tone blue shabby chic tea cart on casters sound right? With matching round wooden serving trays that celebrate the Oregon coast? Like a petite wooden country chic kitchen hutch, now painted white? Go get that hutch now before it’s gone!
When you visit you’ll see the whole shop is filled with inventory like this. And don’t forget to drop back by because this type of inventory is very popular now and moves quickly. Same As It Never Was also organizes a periodic vintage flea market that happens right off Main Street. Be sure you check in on that too.