Where to Find Antiques in the Eastern Townships
So, you’ve just moved to our wonderful region and now you’re looking for that unique object that will enhance your new interior! The Eastern Townships is a not-to-be-missed destination! You might unearth a mid-century buffet or perhaps a dresser you’ll want to upcycle when you visit our Brome-Missisquoi antique shops!
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The two boutiques, one in Stanbridge East, the other in Frelighsburg, offer a vast selection of antique furniture and other antique items along with some hidden treasures. The owners will guide, and for sure, they’ll help you find what you’re looking for.
Gaston and Linda will have you travel back in time through their collection of more than 1500 objects and pieces of furniture they have in stock. They specialize in the Victorian era and Quebec-made furniture. A lovely stop to make while you’re on your Dunham road trip.
Marcelle Lague quickly turned her store into an unmissable Sutton institution. Visitors appreciate her warm welcome and great advice. She’ll even let you take home a piece of furniture just to see how it fits in with your interior design!
Simon Bergeron selects pieces with great care for his Sutton 21st century cabinet of curiosities. Here, he offers some very remarkable quality objects, all bearing their own history and all well preserved.
By converting West Brome’s old post office into an antique shop, John Sykes and Marc McGee created a luminous space to showcase their treasures. Hey even organize workshops to teach you how to refurbish and restore your objects.
Located in the heart of Bromont, you’ll discover in this dynamic owner’s boutique some highly Instagramable vintage pieces and accessories! Visitors can also find all kinds of handles and knobs to refresh the look of our old furniture.
Classic antiques set beside unusual vintage pieces, like this kitch lamp with a Hawaiian dancer found by André, the owner. Here you’ll create a need to make it impossible to leave empty-handed.
By recycling the stuff our grandmothers collected over time, Catherine Brault offers them a second life. Passionate about fashion and designs of any period and any trend, she revalorizes furniture to today’s style. As for the boutique’s decor and secondhand clothing section, everything is recycled or part of the materials used for her refurbishing projects.
The Town of Brome Lake is home to no less than a dozen antique and secondhand shops. It’s impossible not to find what you’re looking for … or to bring back home something you would never have thought of. When you visit Habitat, Peter E. Baker Antiques or Brian Davies—Eastern Townships antiques!