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115 Fairview Rd Asheville, NC 28803, United States
115 Fairview RoadUSNorth CarolinaAsheville28803
Book Store, Antique Store
Book Store
Antique Store
Interior Decoration
Furniture Store
Art Gallery
Today 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 5:00 pm
Think you have seen it all? Looking for something different? Come check out the ScreenDoor! 22,000 square feet of antiques, architectural pieces, yard art, books & accessories for the home and garden.
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"Two days ago I purchased a pair of unique "Teak" lawn chairs."
"The book store has the best selection at affordable prices."
"The staff is both friendly and knowledgeable."
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Tarleton Walmsley-Morris
4 months ago
This is THE best place to go for unique and eclectic finds in all of Asheville. From modern to industrial to primitive, there is something for everyone here. The book store has the best selection at affordable prices. I make sure all of my friends and family visit ScreenDoor when they're in town. The staff is both friendly and knowledgeable. I'll always keep coming back to ScreenDoor!!
charlotte springer
8 months ago
BUYER BEWARE! This is what the Store Manager says - not me : ( Up until June 25th, 2014, I too thought The Screen Door was a great place to shop for unique items. In fact, I have made many purchases from this place over the last several years and have spent well over $1,000 in purchases. Two days ago I purchased a pair of unique "Teak" lawn chairs. Only to find out from a wood specialist, they are not teak. So, I called the store yesterday to let them know. A manager returned my call today. His exact words to me were "BUYER BEWARE" as if I, the buyer, should have questioned the tag which said the chairs were teak. He said he could not police the over 100 vendors who sell in the store. So, I asked if he could hold them accountable, to which he said "All sales are final". Yes, you will find some unique antiques (perhaps antiques....but maybe not) and interesting items which may or may not be what the tag states. My days of shopping at The Screen Door are history. For anyone who reads this review - just know that what the tag states an item is may or may not be what it is; and apparently, it is your responsibility to know what is being purchased before you make the purchase. The store is not responsible for what the vendor does and the vendor is not responsible either for how they choose to describe their merchandise. You may think you are purchasing an antique Egyptian gate (which I previously did)....Suppose now I should find out if this is in fact an antique Egyptian gate. Based on what I know now, it probably is not. Quite sad, I prefer to trust people and when an "honest mistake" is made, know that the person (vendor) would like to correct it. Don't expect this moral character at The Screen Door. Just BUYER BEWARE .... ALL SALES ARE FINAL, per the Store Mgr
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Kormen George
a year ago
If you are looking for all of the mid century items that your grandmother was excited to throw away Screen Door is the shopping spot for you. Think John Waters Ebay collection. If you are in need of information on one of the items, the front desk attendants will simply tell you that there are 100's of vendors and that they can not contact the vendor on your behalf. For a small theater set design, I offered $900 for a lawn table set marked for $1000 and the attendant at the front simply repeated the number of vendors to me and looked for the next customer. Nothing of value to those looking to sell or buy here. The book store on site is a keeper especially if you are looking for art, home, fashion or food. Other than this skip this collection junk, because you wont find a Warhol or and Emmes here or a value.
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A Google User
6 years ago
I like this place. Funky stuff; old wood, great for shelves & projects. Lots of outdoor iron work. Got a great book on tree houses in their bookstore. Cool old doors, too.
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Daniel Coop
2 months ago
This place is absolutely a must visit every single time I go to Asheville. I make it a point to visit and I purchase something every time I go. To the other people complaining about the desk attendent's lack of willingness to negotiate.. that is just dumb. I have nothing negative to say about this place. If you want fun, unique, original furniture at very reasonable prices then this is it.
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Bruce Hensley
a year ago
We love Shopping for Antiques: in Asheville at ScreenDoor 115 Fairview Rd, Established in 1999, ScreenDoor offers 25,000 square feet of unique home and garden accessories from more than 100 vendors. There is always an exciting selection of architectural, antique, mid-century modern, industrial and country furnishings to reflect your personal style. The ScreenDoor also includes a wonderful bookstore featuring new books on home and garden design, cooking and children's titles at 50% off publisher prices.
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A Google User
5 years ago
What a wonderful place to go to shop for the most unusual and wonderful items for your home, office or yard. The staff is great and helpful. Gail LaMura...something is the best! So friendly and has great ideas. She never tires! You would be remiss if you didn't check it out!
A Google User
4 years ago
Best shop experience in asheville! Very creative one of a kinds. Inventory constantly changing, gotta keep going in so I don't miss out.


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