Below are some of the most frequently ask questions about our shop:

Where are you located? What are your hours?

We are open seven days a week, from 10am – 5pm, in the heart of Old Town Orange, at 216 W. Chapman. Our prior address was 204 W. Chapman; our new entrance is one door down from our original one. In early 2021, we were forced to downsize as we lost the lease for the building we occupied on the corner after nearly 30 years. You can read more about it here. Stay in touch: sign up for our monthly newsletter!

Where should I park?

There is a public lot directly behind our building, on Olive between Chapman and Almond. There is also a free parking structure on the corner of Lemon and Chapman – it’s a minute walk from our shop! There is street parking all around as well.

What kind of merchandise do you carry?

We have a very wide variety of antiques, home decor, gifts, and garden items! We carry everything from small glassware to large furniture, candles, vintage clothes and pottery, we also have a garden that has a plant nursery and vintage garden accessories. Style wise, we have everything from shabby chic to primitive Americana to mid century modern and more.

Do you buy antiques, or do consignment? Do you do appraisals?

As our shop is made up of a selection of vendors, we do not buy items or do consignment, sorry. We do not do appraisals.

Do you have vendor space currently available?

We do not have any open space currently, but do maintain a wait list for those that are interested in being a part of our shop. Click here for more information.

Do you sell items online? Do you ship?

We are an old school, “brick and mortar” shop, and do not do online sales or ship. If you see something on our social media you’d like to purchase, and are able to come in and pick up, you can always give us a call and purchase it over the phone!

One of the reasons we don’t do online sales is because our merchandise changes so rapidly. We post almost daily on our social media pages, so be sure to check them out to get a feel for what we have in stock.