Our dealers are among most knowledgeable vintage modern pickers. Each possesses an amazing eye for the unique and stylish. While one might zero in on Scandinavian Modern another is expert in digging up vintage oil paintings. Whatever your passion, our dealers are scouring for it and bringing it to you at Highland Row.
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< Highland Row owner Angela Baker knew early on that the corporate world was not for her. The idea of dumpster diving and curb marting was way more appealing than business suits and corporate bureaucracy. When she opened the doors 11 years ago, it allowed Angela to hit the open road for monthly visits to family up north where she would load up with antiques and funky junk. Over the years, she has become a magnet of unique and eclectic dealers that she is lucky to call her friends and family.
> Bill and Jessica Conner live in East Atlanta with their kids, Tommy Cool and Pepper, and their dog Sergio. Their booth, Lips, started as an overflow for the unique pieces in their home, as they kept finding new things they loved and needed space for them. They enjoy all things Mid-Century but have a special fondness for pin up subject matter and a general fascination with collecting car memorabilia, religious artifacts, odd taxidermy and random cool shit. Bill is a partner and tattoo artist at Southern Star Tattoo and Jessica is a bartender at Flat Iron. They both love keeping Lips eclectic, so you never know what you will find!
> Erin Collin's earliest memory of collecting vintage started as a toddler pulling out "treasures" at the dump with her grandmother. It's been downhill since then. She eats, breaths and lives vintage. Nothing makes her happier than a great vintage find on a sunny day. Her collecting overtook her house which is where Highland Row came in. Her favorite part is the treasure hunt and the people she meets hunting. She couldn't be happier joining the Highland Row family!
> Meet Bourke and Beth of Neon Wolf. They have been collecting vintage treasures for about 10 years now and have been dealers at Highland Row for just over a year. Beth loves to source cute, kitschy housewares and tchotchkes from the 60s, 70s and 80s, as well as vintage toys. Bourke specializes in vinyl records and vintage stereo equipment. And they both offer a nice range of vintage clothing and furniture.
< Dan Carbon, also known as “The Junkologist!” is just your average guy, trying to make a living wheeling and dealing in antiques and oddities. He has learned a little about a lot and specializes in nothing — and his merchandise is pretty amazing.
> Demian was afflicted with flea-market mania at an early age, due to one to many bumps on the head as his mother’s Corolla screeched to a halt at every yard sale, junk shop and thrift store in New Orleans. His condition worsened with age, and this artist still suffers from the deadly disease, manifested by an incurable obsession with knickknacks, whatnots, doodads, tchotchkes, thingamabobs, whatchamacallits, gizmos, thingamajigs, bric a brack, whatsits and doohickeys.
< Eric Brandon is a man obsessed with design — whether vintage modern, industrial, or bonafide antiques, his goal is to offer a large selection of quality pieces suited for design minded people and smart spaces. As owner of Chattanooga Modern, his focus is on furniture and his hunting grounds reside about 100 miles up I-75. He lives in the ‘burbs’ with his wife Jill and spoiled pup Izzy and loves his regular visits to Atlanta!
> Eric and Erica recently graduated from avid collectors to vintage dealers. They spend most of their time tracking down great antique furniture and accessories and hauling it to Highland Row — and love every minute of it.
< Gene Baker came to the antiques business through marriage. He collects vinyl records, comic books, vintage books and odd historical pieces. The more unique or strange the item, the more he likes it. And our shoppers do too!
> Holly Keyes is a collector and shopaholic who credits her Dad for her Saturday morning yard sale habits. Her Mom preferred taking her shopping at London’s Portobello Road and the Marché aux Puces in the 1960s when her father was a military attaché for NATO in Paris. After 13 years at Coca-Cola as an Associate Creative Director, she split a booth with a best friend at Caché Antiques and became a dealer in the early 90s. She was also a dealer at Antiques on Amsterdam and has been at HR since 2005. Holly’s offerings are eclectic - antique architectural treasures, garden pieces, original art, sterling rings and things, costume jewelry, handkerchieves, and vintage writing implements.
< Justin Wiles has been junking for Highland Row for over 7 years. You can find him beating the streets daily for fresh finds for the shop.
> Keel Heisler likes old stuff: exotic, eclectic, unusual, perhaps eccentric. He enjoys the hunt, the chase, the prowl, finding that one piece that is so cool that it makes all the hours spent in the pursuit worthwhile. Keel will take it home and enjoy it for a while then likes to pass it along, hopefully at a profit. With nearly 40 years in video production, he has developed a visual style mixing mid-century with Futurama and steampunk. Musical / whimsical walls of wonder are what you'll find in Keel’s space.
< Kelly Morgensten is an Atlanta artist. His arresting figurative and abstract work is on view and for sale at Highland Row.
> Dealer Zack Hosey hails from the sleepy town of Athens, GA. He fell into the antiques business through his love of vintage guitars and Mid-Century furniture. He scouts the North Georgia region for vintage gems in them there hills. Zack specializes in musical instruments, vintage clothing and Mid-Century goodies. Preferring the quality and character of vintage and antique furnishings for her own home and eager to share the little-known fact that vintage is almost always more affordable than new (gasp!),
< Martha Miller spent so much time shopping at Highland Row that Angela finally asked her if she’d like her own dealer space. Since she already felt at home at HR and loves any excuse to shop (Martha has never met a Holiday blow mold that she didn’t love), she jumped at the chance! To blend her love of antiques with her love of animals, most of her proceeds are donated to animal rescue.
> Meg and Jeff, aka Nutmeg, met and married while bonding over their mutual fetish for vintage kitsch. They take breaks from digging through trash piles to work the Highland Row desk at the shop on Thursdays and Sundays.
< Stephanie Fowler landed in the antiques business when her crotchety Uncle Jerry bequeathed his vast collections to her. Suddenly Stephanie was the proud owner of thousands of clocks along with all sorts of old treasures. Now you can find much of Jerry’s hoard at Highland Row along with all sorts of new finds from Stephanie.
> Meet Molly Vass, one-half of a dynamic mother-daughter duo. Both are guilty of addiction to Mid-Century Modern and vintage items — especially kitchenware and conversation pieces. Dealers at Highland Row for nearly 7 years, they love being part of such a fun and unique setting.
< Morgan Quint is a mother, bartender at Flat Iron, and Pyrex enthusiast. Her booth is filled with all things colorful, fun and kitschy — from decorative accessories to lamps.
> Shawn Taylor is guilty of hoarding old movie posters, rare books, vintage toys, pop culture collectibles… and countless items of kitschy wonder. He has been sentenced to wander around his booth wondering how he wound up with so much stuff and trying to figure out where to put it all.