Ashland is an antique-hunters paradise with shops filled to the brim with treasures just waiting to be discovered. From rustic to refined, salvaged to sentimental, quirky to collectible, make a day of it and antique in Ashland!

1. Caravati’s Architectural Salvage

Relocating to downtown Ashland from Richmond’s Manchester District in 2020, Caravati’s specializes in architectural salvage, restoration, custom projects, and home decor. Need a clawfoot tub to give your new build some character? On the hunt for a spindle that matches your 1908 Victorian staircase in need of repair? Have a pocket door in need of some TLC? The Kastelberg family are restoration experts and happy to help your old house dreams come true. (Photo: Caravati’s)


2. Thrill of the Hunt

A quick stroll down England Street from Caravati’s, Thrill of the Hunt specializes in breathing new life into antique furniture. Owner Kristina Lydon is a chalk paint master and can paint any piece in the shop or that you already own to suit your taste. Thrill of the Hunt also stocks a variety of high-quality home decor items and apparel including, candles, cutting boards, jewelry, art, and more items ideal for gifting. (Photo: Thrill of the Hunt)


3. Hickory Creek Antiques

Located in the Henry Clay Shopping Center just across from Thrill of the Hunt, Hickory Creek Antiques is a classic antique mall chocked full of furniture, books, dishware, and more. Stalls are stocked by a wide variety of vendors specializing in distinct items and/or eras, which means you’ll find collectibles and curiosities that span the decades. (Photo: Hickory Creek Antiques)



4. ReMix Market

Head north up Route 1 just a few miles to ReMix Market of Central Virginia. With a showroom of antique and second-hand furniture at competitive prices, ReMix Market’s offerings change weekly. While there, snap a photo with their LoveWorks, which nods playfully to Remix Market’s goal to reduce waste by recycling and reselling home furnishings whenever possible. (Photo: ReMix Market of Central VA)



5. Class & Trash

South on Route 1 toward Glen Allen, Class & Trash is approximately a 10-minute drive from downtown Ashland. As the original location of one of the Richmond area’s oldest salvage shops, Class & Trash now has locations in Scott’s Addition and the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Peruse a wide section of outdoor furniture, salvaged windows, antique furniture, art, and decor. Have a custom project in mind? Class & Trash’s staff can also build custom farmhouse tables, metal signage, and more. (Photo: Class & Trash – Ashland)