If you enjoy blending the old with the new, head to the best antique stores in Cambridge. They offer an array of exciting finds that will pair perfectly with your modern decor.
The furniture shops near our Cambridge apartments include:
You can spend an entire day at the Cambridge Antique Market. It features over 150 dealers spread over five floors. Each visit offers an exciting treasure hunt. With an ever-changing selection, there's always something to discover. Items may include furniture, textiles, sculptures, and more. The Cambridge Antique Market welcomes shoppers Tuesday through Sunday, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Voted "Best Antiques" by The Boston A-List, European Country is not to be missed. Before opening the store, Ed Stuart traveled throughout England, France, and Ireland. The store's setting boasts the feel of a European countryside shop, and you might have to move one piece to see another. The items are handpicked. Many are over 100 years old and feature the "wear and repairs associated with being real working furniture." The selection includes sideboards, armoires, and chests of drawers.
At Fun Antiques, you will find a vintage lighting and antique specialty store. Owner Jerry Gordon is a former musician and sound engineer. He has 25 years of experience in the lighting and antiques business and is known for his attention to detail. Along with lighting, you can also shop for musical instruments and mid-century furniture. In addition, Jerry can also fix your broken lamps. No project is too big or small.
After shopping at lovely antique stores in Cambridge, grab a quick meal from a local food truck. If you're considering calling Luxe at Alewife home, please contact us. Our friendly leasing team will offer a tour where you can discover our apartments in Cambridge firsthand.
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