Serious thrifters know Atlanta is a hub for great finds. Whether you’re looking for furniture, clothing or household decor, Atlanta’s thrift stores have something to offer. Support your local community by shopping thrift.

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The Salvation Army

746 Marietta Street NW
Atlanta, Ga. 30318
(404) 523-6214

Full of surprises, this Salvation Army doesn’t disappoint when it comes to quality furniture at a price you can afford. The staff here is also especially friendly. Clothing is also well organized, mainly in good condition and half off on Wednesdays.

Goodwill Industries of North Georgia

3337 Bulford Hwy NE
Atlanta, Ga. 30329
(678) 891-0100

This Goodwill carries many designer brands and is well organized and clean, making it one of our favorite places to shop thrift. There is also a good book collection for $1 or less, picture frames ($1-$3), dinnerware ($1-$3) and Halloween costumes (various prices). This location also has the benefit of ample parking.

The Greenhouse

241 Boulevard Avenue NE
Atlanta, Ga. 30312
(404) 223-0779

If you have a knack for refurbishing or reupholstering, this store may be for you. Greenhouse has a good selection of affordable, used, hardwood furniture with a corner devoted to apothecary jars, school bins, crates and old signs.

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My Favorite Place

5596 Peachtree Industrial
Atlanta, Ga. 30341
(770) 452-8397

Perhaps more of an antique store than a thrift store, My Favorite Place deserves a mention thanks to its vastness. Aisle upon aisle of antique furniture and home accessories greet you here.

Buford Highway Flea Market

5000 Buford Highway
Atlanta, Ga. 30341
(678) 209-0451

Find everything from automobile upholstery to cell phones to shiny pictures of The Last Supper at the Buford Highway Flea Market. You can bargain with the vendors if you’re up for a haggle.

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Scavenger Hunt

3438 Clairmont Road Northeast
Atlanta, Ga. 30319
(404) 634-4948

Scavenger Hunt, tucked away near Clairmont just outside Atlanta, has some unique signage, Olympic pins and memorabilia and other eclectic home decor type items.