antiquing

Antiquing in Southern Maine

This weekend has brought with it a touch of fall, and that means that it is time to start thinking about some favorite ways to enjoy a glorious fall getaway on the Southern Maine Coast – hiking, biking, leaf-peeping, apple picking, hayrides, and, of course, antiquing! Truthfully, antique shopping in Southern Maine is great all year round, but in the summer months, most people are thinking about spending time on the beach and not perusing the amazing variety of antique shops that… Read More

Great Antiquing Near Maine Bed and Breakfasts

One of the many things I take for granted is the amazing opportunities for antiquing in a community known for its Maine Bed and Breakfasts.  People ask all year long about the best places to shop for antiques, and while I have been to quite a few, I usually blow through, just picking up a particular item I know is just waiting for me.  For instance, we regularly use an all-natural beeswax based furniture polish on the wooden furniture at our Kennebunkport… Read More

Antiquing in Kennebunkport Maine

The Southern Maine Antique Trail passes by Kennebunkport Maine, as it travels up Route 1 from York to Arundel.  23 amazing antique shops dot this stretch, encompassing less than 30 miles.  But as you turn onto Route 9 heading toward Kennebunkport, the trail takes a detour, and extraordinary shopping opportunities extend into our quaint New England town.  Old House Parts in Kennebunk offers an assortment of particularly unique architectural items, from doors and fireplace mantels to stained glass and claw foot tubs.… Read More