2711 Piedmont Road NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30305
The ultimate resource for architectural antiques and reproductions of quality from a bygone era.
Established in 1981, Architectural Accents has grown into a 30,000 sq.ft. building, formally the "Foremost Dairy", on 3 acres in Atlanta, Georgia .Offering a turnkey/one-stop service for almost 40 years has made us the destination for the best architects, landscape architects, interior designers, set-decorators, builders and homeowners around the country.
Specializing in 17th, 18th, 19th and early 20th century period architectural pieces from Europe and America, it is the source for those looking for Medieval, Tudor, Elizabethan, Jacobean, Queen Anne, Georgian, Regency or Arts and Crafts items, or Louis XIV, Louis XV, Louis XVI and Napolean III. Whether you want the feel of an “English Country House” or Cottage, “French Country” reminiscent of Provence, Burgundy or the Perigord, or “Italian Style” with the feel of Tuscany, you should visit us.
The vast antiques stock always includes; antique fireplaces, mantelpieces, chimneypieces, columns, corbels, doors, entryways, chandeliers, sconces, wallbrackets, bathtubs, washbasins, antique tile, mirrors, trumeaux, pediments, overdoors, garden statuary, fountains and planters.
The reproductions include our own cast stone, marble, and wood mantels, cast stone garden items, as well as wrought iron light fixtures (UL listed). We also represent the best European and American bespoke hardware and lantern manufacturers. Everyone here is committed to the highest level of design, quality and craftsmanship.
We process all of our inventory through our on-site glass studio, strip shop, wood shop, and refinishing shop before it is exhibited in our showroom. Unlike most "salvage" stores, we strip all of our antique doors and iron work, re-wire and clean all of our interior and exterior light fixtures, re-enamel our Victorian claw foot tubs, etc., so you don't have to! Furthermore, we clean and polish brass, fix antique locks, and offer custom fabrication.