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RATH 900 N. Lamar Blvd. An extensive collection of antiques and international design with a focus on primitive pieces and collectable works from 20th- century masters. Alongside these historical pieces are contemporary works ranging from paintings to sculptures and ceramics. "A treasure trove of one-of-a-kind finds, including large-scale statement pieces." — Kara Childress THE RENNER PROJECT 3018 N. Lamar Blvd. Designer Kimberly Renner's repository of high-style 20th-century modern, vintage, and antiques presented in constantly changing roomscapes. She and her husband restored historic homes throughout Austin for more than 20 years. SCOTT + COONER 2120 E. 7th St., Suite 100 For 28 years, Scott + Cooner has been a mecca for modernists — a source for mid- century and classic modern furniture, kitchens, closet systems, lighting, and accessories, carrying more than 100 internationally renowned brands including Poliform, Cassina, Poltrona Frau, Paola Lenti, Flexform, and Moooi. THOMPSON + HANSON GARDEN HOUSE 1515 W. 35th St., Building B Unusual items for the home, refined objects, and antique market finds. UNCOMMON OBJECTS 1602 Fort View Road Established in 1991 as a small antique collective, Uncommon Objects has matured over the years into an emporium of quirky treasures and collectible junk, with 24 antique sellers assembled under one roof. "Small vintage miscellaneous junk. Good for random filling for a farm or country place." — Christopher Alexander "A longtime Austin favorite, often color- coordinated antique store with unexpected treasures. There's a large taxidermied bear there that my wife refuses to let me take home." — Marcus Mohon WENDOW FINE LIVING 1601 W. 38th St., Suite 9 Shannon Dyer Dowell opened Wendow in 2007, specializing in furnishings that run the style gamut from mid-century vintage classics to 18th- and 19th-century European antiques. "My childhood friend Shannon Dyer Dowell "A great mix of found objects, traditional and modern." — Kristen Nix The Renner Project "The shop is unpretentious but exudes cool, and there seems to always be something new that's perfect for a project." — Michael Viviano opened this sophisticated home decor shop, and it's always a delight to visit." — Courtnay Tartt Elias Blanco ECHO IN BLANCO 1725 S. US Highway 281 A uniquely curated art gallery and antique store with mid-century treasures from designers such as Eames, Aarnio, and Girard. You never know what you will find. Page Home Design Echo in Blanco 55

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