History Meets Home Decor at Falls Church Antique Annex


An antique can very well have remarkable monetary value. But, even more importantly, they hold value that can’t be declared with a dollar sign or other quantitative value. When you shop at Falls Church Antique Annex, you might not get a detailed list of who owned the item or what it meant to them. But, even so, you know you’ll find a piece that tells a story, however subtle. 

You might buy a mirror for your apartment that’s passed down through generations of a particular family before finding its way to the Antique Annex. For years, a woman or family would gaze into their reflection, brushing their hair or studying their visage. Now, you’ll mirror those same daily habits, continuing a long-held tradition you didn’t know you had.

Maybe you’ll choose an antique chair. For you, it might be the place you throw your jacket and purse after a long day, or where you sit down to rest after cooking an extensive meal. What you didn’t know is that a family more or less raised their children with that chair, rocking babies to sleep or spoon-feeding little ones their dinner. 

Falls Church Antique Annex and stores like it can’t always give you an extensive history of the item. But, regardless, you can make a purchase knowing that a story is there.