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White River Architectural Salvage and Antiques in Centerville, Indiana

White River Architectural Salvage and Antiques in Centerville, Indiana

White River Architectural Salvage and Antiques in Centerville, Indiana

White River Architectural Salvage and Antiques in Centerville, Indiana has everything you need if you are restoring or renovating an old home or historic property!

An easy find right  downtown, this Wayne County antique shop is absolutely awesome.

White River Architectural Salvage and Antiques in Centerville, Indiana

If there were ever a shop that was so completely unexpected, it would be White River Architectural Salvage and Antiques! We shouldn’t have been so shocked at the assortment: it is on the Indiana Antique Trail!

When we walked inside, the owner was so nice–and handed the boys a choice of two small toys: they choose the whistles. Now that is a piece of brilliant business ownership (whether she realized it or not). At no point could our boys wander away from us without us knowing about it! We constantly heard where they were and so could instantly tell them to get back by our side. That means no potential damage to gorgeous antiques. See? Brilliant!

You see, at White River Architectural Salvage and Antiques, it’s very, very easy to get sucked into browsing that you forget you even have kids with you. This Wayne County antique shop holds so many reclaimed items…it will make your head spin!

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White River Architectural Salvage and Antiques in Centerville, Indiana

White River Architectural Salvage and Antiques in Centerville, Indiana

We saw gorgeous fireplace mantles, a huge variety of lighting fixtures hanging overhead, and more tables, cabinets, and cupboards than you can shake a stick at. Each piece was more incredible than the next. It was mind boggling.

I think I added more than a few “must-haves” to my never-ending list–as did my husband!

We felt like kids in a candy store as we tromped around the large shop. Room opened up into room and each one was better than the last.

As owners of an old Victorian home (112 this year), it seems like there’s always something we could use–and at White River Architectural Salvage and Antiques, we actually found it!

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White River Architectural Salvage and Antiques in Centerville, Indiana

White River Architectural Salvage and Antiques in Centerville, Indiana

If you need a few large pieces (mantles or doors) or a few small Indiana antiques (think doorknobs or hinges), then you’ll certainly appreciate White River Architectural Salvage and Antiques in Centerville, Indiana.

I’d say this a “must-stop” on the little Indiana antique trail! I think you’ll be impressed. Scratch that–I KNOW you’ll be impressed!

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White River Architectural Salvage and Antiques
104 W Main Street
Centerville, Indiana 47330
765.855.1908

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About Jessica Nunemaker

Jessica Nunemaker is the little Indiana owner, Host of a little Indiana segment state-wide on PBS and Publisher of the little Indiana Quarterly magazine. Sometimes, she even sleeps. You'll usually find Jessica gallivanting around Indiana towns (population 15,000 and less) with her husband, Jeremy, and two boys (ages 7 and 3) in tow in search of where to stay, play and eat in small towns across the state! Small towns: destinations, not drive-thrus!

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