Posted on March 18th, 2021 by Margaret Ardell
Windermere House Offers a mix of antique and designer home furnishings, unique gifts, and interior design services located in the heart of downtown Spring Lake. Please stop in to see the heartfelt items that we have been putting together from all ends of the world!
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Posted on February 25th, 2021 by insideout
The finest group of collectors, pickers, appraisers and lovers of all things antique! This antique store is the real deal! One of a kind and unique finds from far and wide!
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Posted on February 23rd, 2021 by insideout
Warehouse Two Antiques has Unique & Collectibles features 50 dealers in a 4500 sq ft mall on the main street of Spring Lake.
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Posted on August 10th, 2020 by Margaret Ardell
There’s truly something here for everyone, from young adults looking to furnish their first apartment to collectors searching for that perfect piece. There’s always something different at Vintage Green — no two visits are ever the same — so each day is a new opportunity to find something that speaks to you.
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Posted on May 6th, 2020 by insideout
At Depot Antiques you’ll find everything from tribal and primitive to traditional and designer classics. Pop art, architectural salvage, whimsical cottage and crafts make up this collection alongside religious artifacts, military items and Americana.
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Posted on April 20th, 2020 by insideout
The Tri-Cities Historical Museum is free and provides visitors an opportunity to look through the windows of time into the history of Northwest Ottawa County, including the communities of Grand Haven, Spring Lake, and Ferrysburg. This Museum is located on the main street of Grand Haven and within walking distance from many famous attractions such as the boardwalk, musical fountain, marina and the channel.
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