#1. THE MARKET
We believe a store should be more than a place to shop…it should be an experience. Our vision is to create a place for our guests to feel welcome and inspired by the collection of goodness here at WM. This is an antique, decor, vintage and consignment experience that is unlike anything in the Atlanta area. The interior is a cross between strolling down a main street and a Designer's Show House along with nostalgic finds from days gone by.
We combine our consignment pieces with some of the region’s top pickers to bring you sassy decor & vintage goodness. We house over 125 dealers that work each and every day to bring the most wonderful finds at the best prices possible. We love the fact that people come and stay much longer than planned. It's because there is such an amazing eclectic difference to what we offer.
#2. MARKET DAYS + JUNK DAY
These are our special days.
Market Days—held the first Saturday & Sunday of each and every month.
Vintage, hand-crafted, Etsy types, along with lifelong pickers show up with
their wares. Market Days is open Saturday
10am to 5pm, and Sunday 11am to 4pm.
Junk Day is held six times a year and has become known as the "sell anything that's legal day" This is a swap meet on steroids. It's a total A-Z experience with the exception of clothing. This is a swap meet on steoids—a run-don't-walk for the Junker in us all. See our event schedule for dates and times.
The best things in life seem to always come in the most unexpected ways. While looking for ways to raise funds for an inner-city children’s ministry, we decided to use reclaimed materials, repurpose them into useful pieces and sell them at a local antique mall. Little did we know this would be a glimpse of things to come.
Two years later what began in a small 6x8 booth, evolved into a 4500 square foot consignment store featuring home décor, furniture, antiques and vintage finds. We saw our store as a gathering place for the unique and unexpected, and chose the name Woodstock Market, - “gathering place” – and opened in the fall of 2008.
Two weeks later the country plummeted into one of the worst economic downturns in US history since the Great Depression. As fate would have it, our little store flourished. Three years later in early 2011 we received an unexpected 60 day notice to vacate. Little did we know this would launch us into the most adventurous, part of our journey. Once again, the country was on the verge of its second recession. So what did we do? With a firm belief that anything is possible with God, we took a leap of faith and moved in to a 50,000 sf building, which is now our new home. Not only did we get a new home but we added a new partner to the mix. If you are in the area come visit and ask for Karen, Lisa or Mari—we'd love to say "hello."