This Is Charlottesville: The Space Formerly Known As Antics

For my second installment in the “This Is Charlottesville” series (see the first here!) I decided to focus on Low Vintage. In its previous incarnation the store was called Antics, but the recent move into new digs prompted a name change. Low is, “like an antiques mall,” says part-owner Nora Iforgottogetherlastname, in that the four separate vendors each sell their own wares. Unlike the way the store was previously organized, everything is now mixed together in an overflowing smorgasbord of vintage goodness. I love it.

As you can see, the store has tons of interesting stuff and you should go to there, friend them on Facebook, call them and wish them well, etc. etc.

Low Vintage
105 5th St. SE
Charlottesville, VA 22902
(434) 293-9082

P.S. Here’s my vintage-only blogroll, check it out! Some great stuff in there…
The Greedy Seagull
Sally Jane Vintage
Erie Basin
Topsy Design
Liebemarlene Vintage

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14 thoughts on “This Is Charlottesville: The Space Formerly Known As Antics

  1. Sean,
    The pictures are fantastic! Thanks so much for the recognition! It was great meeting you the other day.
    Jessica (from Low)
    ps – I love Topsy Design, too.

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