Just west of Midtown is Atlanta’s Westside, a walkable environment with trendy restaurants, eateries, and boutiques. Steeped in history dating back to the 1880s, many of the area’s boutiques are housed in restored factories and warehouses with a chic, industrial vibe, which offers the perfect place for finding a wide array of treasures from paper goods to furniture.
Located on Atlanta’s Westside, an eclectic assortment of shops reside in Atlantic Station, featuring a walkable streetscape-style setting with brick-paved streets and a Central Park. The compact setting features great boutiques, sidewalk cafes, hip restaurants, and a boutique hotel, making it the perfect destination for visitors. And Atlantic Station is the ultimate shopping destination for the latest clothing, accessories, beauty, and more. With nearly 30 stores, we have something for everyone from Athleta to Banana Republic and IKEA to Atlanta Falcons & Atlanta United Team Store.
Westside Market Atlanta
Just south of Ballard and Hill Street Warehouse, head to the destination where new meets old. Atlanta’s Design Collective houses 95 leading merchants showcasing home accents, local art, new and handcrafted furniture, and fashion. You’ll find the newest selections by major manufacturers, alongside vintage, mid-century, and antiques. Housed in an amazing 85,000 sq. foot industrial space is also the largest handmade rug collection in Atlanta along with original local art, home design sources, custom flooring, and accessories, all priced with value in mind.
Westside Provisions District
If you’re searching for the really good stuff, you’ll find it at Westside Provisions District. Here, chefs and shop owners offer unique retail with Atlanta’s finest furnishings, fashions, and fun dining experiences. It’s Atlanta’s premier destination for boutique shopping and fine dining on the Westside.
West Midtown Design District
West Midtown is known for its wide variety of home furnishing showrooms featuring everything from contemporary to traditional furniture, antiques to vintage mid-century furnishings, and accessories to lighting. Fabric stores, custom workrooms, and craftsmen can help you create your own design vision, or just shop for great design ideas from ready-made offerings. The store also ships worldwide, so if you find an amazing set of 19th-century Louis XVI chairs you just can’t live without, rest assured you won’t have to.
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