Sunday, August 19, 2012

Dop Antiques & Architecturals

 

One of my favorite treasure troves in the city is Dop Antiques. Set in a warehouse in New Orleans (near Jefferson), I love walking through the many aisles and rooms while looking through an array of fine furniture pieces, vintage garden equipment, mirrors, lighting, and unique accessories. If you have time, Dop Antiques is a must see. You’d never know by the front entrance what treasures await for the discerning shopper.

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Here are some of my favorite finds…

Furniture

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Mirrors

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Chandeliers/Sconces

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Accessories/Things

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What is your favorite Dop find?

Check out Dop Antique’s website: Click Here!

By the way, I did not walk out of Dop empty handed. I did purchase a fun find. I’ll blog about that one later. Any guesses?

Dop Antiques is located at 300 Jefferson Highway, New Orleans (across from Lowe’s).

Dop Antiques, y’all!

12 comments:

  1. The planters look like the ones that were stolen from my front porch.

    xox
    Honey

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    1. The ones at Dop are cast iron. Yours were terra cotta/pottery.

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  2. I'm guessing that you either bought the big clam shell on the table or the oyster lamp--I'm going with the oyster lamp! ;) I think I like the secretary the best. Going to have to put Dop Antiques on my list of shops to visit on my next trip to NOLA! :)

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    1. Liked'em both! You are incorrect!

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  3. I was just there yesterday afternoon. I also liked those gray chairs. Looks like they just got a new shipment; they were filled with inventory.

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  4. OMG!! I could spend all day in a place like that!!

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  5. Gosh! I'm so jealous that there isn't one of those stores near me! That looks like an awesome place to shop! I saw soooo many great things. I loved the chairs and amillary baskets and of course the olive buckets. Can't wait to see what you bought!

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  6. Thanks for sharing this wonderful shop. I thought that I had been to all the antique shops in New Orleans...silly me...guess this one slipped by me.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  10. What a great resource! Noted on that! I believe I’ll make time to drop by later on this week since these amazing items surely turns me on… xoxo ^_^
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