In the mid 1800’s there were four different railroads converging from all directions, establishing Atlanta’s growth. That early growth snowballed into the economic force Atlanta has become today. Large corporations have moved their home offices there and Atlanta experiences the foreign trade routes an connections few other cities in this country have. The Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport became the busiest in the world.
So it stands to reason with all the growth, both in population and economy, that antiques and everything aligned with them, such as antique iron beds, would experience such popularity.
Reclamation of its old farmhouses and Victorian estates has also stirred the cities interest in iron beds and the decor that helps recreate it’s famous past.
I receive a number of calls every month from Atlanta residents who have purchased a second home “farm house” they are in the throws of remodeling. Because we specialize in original antique iron beds, not reproductions, we are a perfect source for those who want to be true to the restoration and furnishings that they’ll be putting in their old reclaimed homes.
So if you’re looking for iron beds in Atlanta and stumbled upon this blog posting on the web, do yourself a favor an check out our website. With close to 400 in our inventory, the likelihood of me having what you’re looking for is pretty high. Hope to be hearing from you.
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