A brand new spin on the traditional antique store. We carry beautiful antiques and vintage furniture. We also carry new accessories that complement our antiques. For example, Annie Sloan Chalk Paint,Also hand crafted in the USA, Zink top tables, dining room, coffee tables, trestle tables, and more. We have French Country pieces and accessories. Lafco House and Home candles, Ophra's favorite things and too many more to mention.

Serviced Areas

  • Salem, Beverly, Peabody, Lynn, Marblehead, Swampscott, Scituate, Manchester, Manchester by the Sea, Hamilton, Gloucester, Ipswitch

Payment Options

  • American Express, Debit Cards, MasterCard, Personal Checks, VISA

Contact Details

  Person Kim Andrews and Harry Bartlett
  City Peabody, MA
  Zip Code 01960
  Address 58 Pulaski St
  Phone Number (802) 349-9204

Business Representative

Kim Andrews and Harry Bartlett


Warehouse Provence is family-owned and operated right here in Shetland Park, at 45 Congress St., Salem, MA. Since our company opened its doors January 2012, we've treated every customer like they were a part of our family. If we do not have what you are looking for in stock we have a network of associates that can find it!

"Owners Kim Andrews and Harry Bartlett have transformed an ordinary warehouse space into an adorable antique store that carries country and primitive items as well as a growing collection of gorgeous French country antiques. The colorful store is a visual feast of items that range from hand-dyed, organic linens to US made reproduction pieces that are arranged to delight the eye.

Both Bartlett and Andrews are design veterans: Harry Bartlett ran an antique store in Warren, Vermont for 20 years and Kim Andrews is an interior designer. They both offer services to help shape a look for their customers and chose the space since it will allow expansion for eventually putting together display rooms."

Customer Testimonials

Bought some Annie Sloan chalk paint here. Harry seemed really nice and helpful, offered a crash course in how to use the products. I saw a few nice antiques for sale, of which I have a surplus of so I was not in the market for those.

This place is tucked way in the back of Shetland Park. Go through the main entrance, go straight down the road until you hit the water, then hang a right and keeeeeep going. I think it is the last building...

I entered through the large plexiglass encased stairwell / wheelchair access ramp. I hope this helps with finding the place!

Love this place!!!
Our go-to for Annie Sloan chalk paint.
We've also purchased some fabulous chalk paint flag pillows here made by a very talented woman up in Canada.
Harry is lovely and so incredibly helpful.

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