Empty Nest Antiques and Collectibles in Medaryville, Indiana was a wonderful surprise!
This Pulaski County shop caught my eye–and I could not wait to get inside this one.
Empty Nest Antiques and Collectibles in Medaryville, Indiana
Several tables covered with stuff caught my eye but I didn’t beg and plead–at first. It wasn’t until I noticed the colorful flags and a sign proclaiming: Empty Nest Antiques and Collectibles.
Yes, little Indiana readers, this antique shop in a tiny Indiana town takes up a whole house! Inside and out!
Hubs very kindly turned around with a sigh…until he pulled in and saw some neat things, too. Kid #1 is always up for a “yard sale” so when he saw toys with wheels, well, he was ready and raring to go.
Outside I found a few things–including my now “new” desk chair. It makes me feel all sorts of inspired. It is seriously awesome and I can’t believe the price on it! I couldn’t wait to take a look around on the inside!
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The inside was even better (and the outside was pretty darn fun!).
Empty Nest Antiques and Collectibles is jam-packed with things. Beautiful, lovely things. Books and dishware and collectible items. Oh my–the furniture! It’s just a fantastic assortment of mostly vintage items.
For just a minute or two (or three) you will consider leaving behind your children and hubby so you have enough space to shove more Indiana antiques into the car.
I am a really big fan of the furniture. These are such gorgeous, usable pieces.
Return trip? I certainly hope so! This was such a fun house in which to browse. But next time I’m going alone!
Small Towns: Destinations, not Drive-Thrus! I’m Jessica Nunemaker and THIS is little Indiana!
Just don’t forget to tell ’em that little Indiana sent you!
Empty Nest Antiques and Collectibles
479 N. U.S. Hwy. 421
Medaryville, Indiana 47957
This Business is Closed.
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