Spring Antiques Week in Texas wrapped up April 2 with the iconic Round Top Show and Marburger show and has left many collectors wondering where to go next. Houston has a bustling community of antiques dealers and enthusiasts, so if you’re ready to dive in you can discover – or revisit – Chron’s list of The Best Antique Stores in Houston.
1. Houston Design Days
For those who feel inspired by the Round Top Show to shake up their home’s feng shui, there are a couple of home design events in Houston coming up we think might interest you. First, Houston Design Days will be held on April 12 and April 13. This two-day event will feature Keynote Speakers who are interior design and architecture professionals. The event will be held in the Houston Design District on Old Katy Road where you’ll be near a slew of antique stores nearby.
For collectors who caught the antiquing bug at the Marburger or Round Top Show during Spring Antique Week, this is a great place to connect with a community of people looking to spruce up their home environment. Hear from professionals on a variety of topics from kitchen trends to sophisticated decor tips to fine furnishings. Let Houston Design Days spark your imagination and head to the closest antique store near you to find the perfect accent pieces and fine furnishings for your new aesthetic.
2. Vintage Market Days of NW Houston: Road Trip
Accessing thousands of collectibles dealers at the Round Top Antique Show can feel like being in an antique wonderland for some; for others, it’s an overwhelming amount of items to sort through. For a smaller scale antique fair experience, consider visiting Vintage Market Days of NW Houston for their upcoming antique fair, “Road Trip,” where you’ll find local artisans and dealers of vintage and antique wares. Vintage Market Days is held at Waller County Fairgrounds, so you may want to plan to visit some of the year-round antique stores near Northwest Houston on your way there or back.
3. Montgomery Antiques Festival
Coming at the end of the month is the Montgomery Antiques Festival in Montgomery, TX. If you feel like taking a ride out on April 30, May 1, or May 2, you can expect to find antique and collectible dealers along with vintage items and those described as “junky and funky.” If you’d rather stay closer to home, map out a day of antiquing in Houston after a nice hearty brunch using our guide below!