Consistently voted ‘Atlanta’s Best’ antique store since 1979, Kudzu has grown over 35 years into one of Atlanta’s most beloved furniture stores. Today, Kudzu Antiques in Decatur operates out of a 25,000 sq. ft. location, with a 24,ooo sq. ft. sister store, Kudzu and Company, located in Sandy Springs, Ga. In addition to its great local dealers, Kudzu imports containers of fabulous finds from around the world, creating an eclectic mix of old and new that is unique in the marketplace.

A family owned business, Kudzu Atlanta Antique Market has a recognized tradition of friendly, professional service, terrific selection, and great prices. Shoppers love Kudzu’s huge, well lit, air-conditioned facility, with its comfortable layout, outdoor gardens, and easy parking. Kudzu is also one of Atlanta’s most experienced sources for Movie, Television, and Photography rentals.

Kudzu is proud to have earned numerous awards and acclaim over its 34 years, in addition to having been featured on such television shows as American Pickers, HGTV, and Good Morning Atlanta.

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People Magazine‘s profile of Sugarland star Jennifer Nettles called Kudzu: “My favorite store to shop. They have lots and lots of treasures!”   Atlanta Magazine in choosing Kudzu as ‘Best of Atlanta’ said that “For three decades Kudzu has been a favorite for fans of chic and ironically kitschy mid century. Among its gleefully nostalgic stock, one can find serious antiques too!Creative Loafing called Kudzu “The best furniture store in Atlanta for those on a budget, and the best antique store as well.

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National author Jennifer Litwin in her book, ‘Furniture Hot Spots Coast to Coast‘ says that: “If you’re on the hunt for something unique and wonderful, you wont want to miss Kudzu Antique Market… a really top-notch antiques mall. Shopping Kudzu’s 25,000 sq. ft. is an adventure…The Atlanta Journal Constitution called Kudzu “One of the best antique stores in Atlanta” and Fenuxe Magazine described Kudzu as “Atlanta’s hidden gem.
Owners Kate and George Lawes, and their official 4-legged greeters, Isabella and Charlie, invite you to stop in, say hello, and discover Atlanta’s best vintage home store.