I could not believe such a great place existed in Indy! I was visiting a friend who suggested we visit and I had a blast shopping through the two floors of booths. My favorite booth was Syd and Harper, what great stuff! I will definitely come back:)
It looked like a pretty good mall, but there was LOUD, LOUD, LOUD jazz music playing. I would have chewed my foot off to get out of there. This was true at the Carmel location, too. I guess they want to drive serious buyers away.
Lots of creative and funky stuff. You can find anything from high-end European, to industrial/found/chic, to modern collectibles. I've bought several Persian rugs and very affordable prices. Two full floors of furniture, decorator items, and many cases with pottery, jewelry, etc. If you're coming to Indianapolis, this is the first antique mall you should go to.
I like the decor...however, the first floor is extremely pricey and not at all a great place if you're just looking for the knick knack antiquing. However, If you're looking to drop 3500 on a couch that's worth maybe 2000, this is your place.
The range and diversity of the inventory is exceptional and the arrangement of lovely and interesting things changes often enough to keep return visits entertaining, offering an experience othersiw not found in these parts
One of, if not the best, antique malls in Indiana. Interesting items in all price ranges. The dealers have high standards and most booths are artistically arranged and not just thrown up on peg board. Many decorators buy here. From 50s modern, to primitive, to shabby chic, you'll find what you want here. And no beanie babies or junky collectibles!
GOT SOME REALLY GOOD BUYS IN BOOTH 481 AND OUT OF A COUPLE SHOWCASES.THE MUSIC WAS VERY STRANGE AND THEY NEED SOME FLOOR WALKERS TO HELP AND BE ACCESIBLE TO TAKE ITEMS AS YOU SHOP, BUT OVERALL A GREAT UNUSUAL PLACE.
This is a really original art and antique market. Set in an old(not in use!) Curtain and Drape factory, there are many amazing finds here. I do not think i have been there and not found something i like.They have excellent values, i.e, I bought a magnet that was cute and quirky there for 50 cents. Thats a bargain.
FYI-I find booth 182 or 184(im not exactly sure which.) amazing, and it is my favorite. Any way, the whole thing is spectacular. there are unqiue finds, and I wouldnt miss a chance to go there anytime!
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