One of the best parts of the experience is not knowing what you are going to find. When you visit Warren Street in Hudson, you’ll have the opportunity to browse a wide variety of antique stores that offer items from every era for every budget. There are so many Hudson Valley antique shops. We hope this list helps you out.
The Hudson Antique Dealers Association is your go-to for a vast array of antiques, decorative objects, home furnishings and collectibles. The items date from the 17th to the 21st century. HADA represents more than 60 businesses in the City of Hudson, which has become a widely recognized premier antiques and art center in America.
Ad Lib Antiques
Handling mostly European antique furniture, decorative accessories and a nice selection of European chandeliers, Ad Lib Antiques is located on Warren Street in Hudson, New York. The majority of items in the shop are from the 18th to the 20th century.
Ammi Ribar Antiques & Fine Period Frames
Ammi Ribar has an ever-changing inventory of hundreds of frames of all styles and periods. They specialize in American frames from the 19th and 20th centuries. They can be found at 525 Warren Street in Hudson.
This eclectic shop features the finest in Steam Punk and Modern Furniture, but also has great jewelry, pottery, art and furniture from around the world. They love unusual and fascinating pieces.
The store specializes in a unique mix of continental antiques, decorative objects and 19th century European paintings, but lately the owners have added a focus on Danish mid-century modern furniture.
Bavier Brook was established in 2011 on Warren Street in Hudson. It focuses exclusively on fine antique and vintage jewelry.
Doyle Antiques is among the longest-running antique shops in Hudson. Located in the 500 block, the store is operated by Tim Doyle and Sarah Lipsky.
You’ll find an eclectic mix of 19th and 20th century antique and vintage furniture and decor at this Warren Street store.
This 2,000 square foot shop offers a constantly-changing inventory. Mark’s focuses on architectural elements, industrial design, primitives, furniture, sculpture and paintings.
In Hudson for over 20 years, Noonan Antiques deals in fine 18th through 20th century American and Continental furniture, decor, and eccentricities.
Regan & Smith
Here you can browse and buy a unique assortment of furniture, lighting and decorative objects. The owners place a focus on mid-20th century items with character.
Sutter Antiques was listed as one of the top 100 sources for interior designers in April 2002 by Architectural Digest. The store has also been mentioned in Elle Decor and House Beautiful.
Vincent R. Mulford Antiques
Vincent R. Mulford’s shop on Warren Street specializes in furniture and objects of proportion, patina and scales. Whether it’s formal, country, funky or modern, it’s always bold and beautiful.
Warren Street Antiques
This group shop in the 300 block of Warren Street features an eclectic mix of dealers with a wide range of prices.
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Photo courtesy of: HADA