Atlanta holds so many treasures that I forget all the different places to find them. Usually it takes an out-of-town visitor for me to recognize the things I fell in love with when I first moved here. A great example of that is Kudzu in Decatur (not technically Atlanta, but close enough).

Antique glassware at Kudzu in Decatur, Atlanta | tide and bloom

vintage market Kudzu in Decatur, Atlanta | tide and bloom

Kudzu is full to the brim with vendor stalls holding things like antique treasures, mid-century modern, vintage toys, and more. I seem to always find something to take home with me whenever I go, but that’s probably because I’m good at rationalizing utility for random vessels.

vintage market Kudzu in Decatur, Atlanta | tide and bloom

Not quite sure what’s wrong with me, but I’m just obsessed with collecting vases, cups, plates, etc! Maybe it’s a way for me to compensate for not being able to purchase the larger furniture I covet.Β 

vintage market Kudzu in Decatur, Atlanta | tide and bloom

Even if purchasing is not on your mind, it’s just plain fun to rummage through these unique collections to see what you can find. You might be surprised at what your eye picks up!

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  1. So many of my home’s decorations, and a couple of my shop’s furnishings, are from Kudzu! Love that place! You photographed one of my favorite booths, with the wood headboards.

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