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Junk in the Trunk in Danville AKA What Happens When You Retire, But Don’t Want to Really Retire

Pop into Junk in the Trunk in Danville, Indiana and experience a lovely new antiques and more shop. Ensuring that their items are accessible for anyone, this Hendricks County antique shop has a focus on affordable and reproduction pieces.

Junk in the Trunk in Danville, Indiana

Junk in the Trunk in Danville, Indiana Metal Art
Junk in the Trunk in Danville, Indiana Metal Art

What do you do when you retire but aren’t quite ready to really retire? You could take up golf, hitting the course every day, working on your swing, on your putting, and watching yourself improve. You could join a bowling team and tear up the lane. You could learn French cooking.

Or, you could do like the owners of Junk in the Trunk did: you could move into a small Indiana town, and open up a shop that combines something you, and your spouse, both enjoy. You can both grow together and stay invested in each other’s hobbies–while still getting the extra time that traditional retirement implies.

That’s how Junk in the Trunk in downtown Danville got its start. They took their individual loves for certain vintage or reproduction items and put them together to make one really great Indiana antique shop. It’s not any one thing. It’s a nice combination.

Danville, Indiana Antique and Consignment Shop

Junk in the Trunk in Danville, Indiana Exterior
Junk in the Trunk in Danville, Indiana Exterior

You’ll find gorgeous pieces of furniture, neat tin signs and other art, and sleek cases of stuff like necklaces or bracelets or pins. The furniture here was stunning. There’s a piece that I have my eye on. I just can’t fit it in the car. That’s a bummer. Don’t make my mistake: bring the truck to this one!

Junk in the Trunk is more than a place in to find unique items for your home, it’s also a consignment shop. They don’t take just anything. They focus on high-quality, made to last items.

As a consignment shop, well, I’m sure you know what that means: the selection will always be changing. With lovely exposed brick walls and great organization, it’s a classier, more upscale version of your typical sell-it-again shop. I absolutely love it.

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I love their story. I love that this couple found a way to combine the things they love into something that they can do together. It sure beats zoning out in front of the TV day after day, don’t you think?

Junk in the Trunk is a great antique and consignment shop addition to downtown Danville. Be sure to add Junk in the Trunk to your list of “must visit” places while you plan your next Indiana trip.

Have you visited Junk in the Trunk? Share your favorite find, or the items you are always looking for, in the comments section below. If you found this article helpful, please “like” and share with your friends.

Small Towns: Destinations, not Drive-Thrus! I’m Jessica Nunemaker and THIS is Little Indiana.

Just don’t forget to tell them that Little Indiana sent you.

Junk in the Trunk
71 S Washington Street
Danville, IN 46122
317.385.4655
THIS BUSINESS IS CLOSED 2014.

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About Jessica Nunemaker

Jessica Nunemaker is the Owner of Little Indiana.com. More than a website, Little Indiana is a PBS segment on the state-wide program "The Weekly Special," a bi-weekly column in a local newspaper, and a book. Look for "Little Indiana: Small Town Destinations" published by Indiana University Press in early 2016--just in time for Indiana's BIG 200th Birthday Celebration.

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