Monday, February 7, 2011

My Sisters Antiques

If you do your antiquing east of Atlanta, you surely have heard about the sweet sisters Angie and Christy who own MY SISTERS ANTIQUES on Main Street in Loganville.

These adorable girls are the nicest in the business and make everyone who enters the store immediately feel like family!!

They have a wonderful shop filled with great vintage finds that cover every category, and I always find something cool and unusual--at great prices!

I love how their vignettes always have some great architectural pieces in them....

....and I really loved this pink theme.....

....and how cool is Sandy?

This fabulous chippy pink-over-aqua cupboard is amazing in person (my photo doesn't do it justice)....and is offered by one of the nicest dealers I know....that would be Cheryl, pictured below coming up the aisle!

This booth belongs to one of my other favorite dealers-- Susan Akins, and if you can't find a treasure in her booth, you just ain't tryin'!!

Be sure to stop in if you are in the area!!
(The shop is closed on Sundays and Thursdays).
Their website is:


Sea Witch said...

Love the Sisters. ONe of my favorite places and full of favorite dealers and friends. So glad you stpped by their shop. The doors your inquired about in my booth are for sale. Sea Witch

Jeanine Burkhardt said...

That shop is now on my MUST VISIT LIST!*!*! Thanks for the pics...
Jeanine, ChiPPy!-SHaBBy!

Hopelessly Romantic Art Studio said... always know the best places! I need to take a trip.there soon. Thanks for sharing and intoducing is to some great dealers.


Sweet Repose-Junk Revival said...

LOVE the aqua chest, how striking is that, can't wait for warm weather so I can hit the road again...gonna be in the single digits this week, but warming by Saturday into the 30's...gonna have a heat wave!!! So much to do with spring on the way, the days are sure staying lighter longer...weeeeeee!!!


The Lovely in Life said...

EYE candy, I love it!! Thanks for sharing!

The Cranky Queen said...

Nancy, love the shop! You always do a great job highlighting the neatest places for us "junkaholics" to shop. thanx for sharing, Tiff
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Karen S. said...

Oh wow, I may have been there. I started my brass (Lady) bell collection in a shop outside of hubby and I were in Atlanta for a NACE convention (automobile stuff) and once I saw that (Southern Belle Bell) I had to begin collecting more! This is a great photo-post of a cool shop! Thanks!

kpaints said...

Thanks for the tour. Love seeing all the fun antiques, no matter how far away they are!

My Vintage Heart said...

Hey Nancy! Great post on the girls & their lovely shop! I love being a part of it & am happy Cheryl's there, too. Just a great bunch of dealers, there. Thanks for being a great customer!! Will look for you in Mt Dora next week...can't wait!!

Antique Shows said...

Thank you Nancy so much for featuring My Sisters.... And I approve of the photo you snapped of me.... far away!! :)
And I must say...., Nancy is one of the most talented and creative women I know!!! And not to mention, the sweetest person you would ever want to meet!

Thanks Nancy, your the best!!


time worn interiors said...

That looks like an interesting store! Thanks for sharing!

countrycharisma said...

Hi Nancy! Thanks for the sweet comment! I love your tour of Sisters. I can't wait to go there; will have to put it on my southern journey stops. The pieces are just great, and the pink display is tops. You had asked me a while back about Burlington. We love it, but we always go on the return trip from Springfield. It is busy then because of dealers leaving Sfield on Sat. and setting up at Burl. on Sun. I don't know how it is on a regular weekend, but we have found lots of nice things there. I am about ready to hit the N-ville flea market when this weather lets up! Let me know when you are up this way. Blessings, Carrell

My Sister's Antiques said...

Thanks so much for the sweet blog on the shop. We always enjoy it when you come to the store and we know we will find your visit fun and enjoyable. You are so talented and have such a wonderful eye for the unique and the unusual. We feel honored to be i your circle. Hope to see you in Mt. Dora!

Curtains In My Tree said...

It is so much fun to see other peoples treasures. I also can't wait to hit the road again, In my area auctions and estate sales are the places to buy.

Pink is the word now. I just got in the pink thing, mod or rage what ever we call it and that little pink chippy cabinet would go well with my treasures


I have got to get a new GPS and head that way