Opened May 2010
700 Holcomb Bridge Rd Suite 100
Roswell, GA 30076
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Positioned today as a solid, successful and growing Roswell business, City Antiques & Interior Arts sprang from the vision of owner Frank Mack, artist, food writer and popular Roswell cultural enthusiast.
Founded in 2010, City Antiques & Interior Arts has grown from 12,000 sf of gallery space with 24 dealers to its present 27,500 sf with over 140 consignors and dealers. We feature antique, collectible and vintage furniture, lighting, art, books, collectibles, what-nots and why-nots, classic styles to the space age — timeless pieces re-cycled, re-purposed, and re-loved. The unbeatable combination of value and sensible pricing is the perfect marriage of style and value sought by our savvy customers.
“We began business at the bottom of the Second Great Depression on a wing and a prayer,” says Frank. “We strive for an ever-changing array of beautiful items for your home. Priceless antiques and contemporary original art find equal exposure here, along with rustic and hand-crafted pieces.”
Frank grew up on a horse farm in the heartland of middle America, a fourth-generation restauranteur, the father of two and the proud grandfather of four. But to know Frank, one cannot separate him from the business he has worked so hard to build. Nor can one separate the businessman from the artist, nor from his generational family heritage. Frank has created a unique place with City Antiques, which reflects his casual manner, rich with an inviting warmth that captures customers in his trademark hospitality. You feel it as soon as you walk in the door.
Truly unique and simply the finest. Conveniently located on Holcomb Bridge Road, the neighborhood provides the perfect backdrop for our traditional and eclectic mix of home furnishings and interiors. Something for everyone, every season, every aesthetic, and every design challenge.