Screen Door

A pair of screen doors—the creaky, iconic, clang-when-they-shut kind—serve as the entryway to this onetime linen factory, which is now filled with antiques, folk art, and a genius assortment of new and used books. Out front, a pine-tree-shaded lawn is scattered with affordable weathered-metal chairs, rusty store signs, garden statuary, and spans of cast-iron fences.
115 Fairview Rd., 828-277-3667, screendoor.comground.com

Products: Vintage, Decorative/Lighting, Furniture, Outdoor, Tabletop, Gifts/Design
Type of Store: Boutique

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