b'For one-of-a-kind treasures, our antiques stores and unique boutiques are filled with items that tell a story. Whether its the furniture made from the reclaimed wood of centuries-old tobacco barns like youll find at Lavender in Southern Pines, the antique stained-glass windows from Europe or heaps of vintage doorknobs at Railside Antiques, or up-cycled and re-purposed home decor at The Bull Room, youre sure to find a piece that youll treasure. Design Market of the Sandhills in Aberdeen houses a number of independent vendors selling whatever it is you are hoping to find. Just go and look because whatever it is, you will find it! The amazing range of items, the folks who work there, and the dog this place is fantastic!The nearby Town of Cameron is also an antiques lovers dream. Voted Best Antique Area in North Carolina by Our State magazine, almost every old building and house along Main Street has been converted into an antiques store. In fact, the whole town is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. You can easily spend an entire day crafting an antiquing trail in Cameron alone. Pay special attention to the Market at Muse Brothers Store. Originally open in 1876 and once the largest mercantile store between Raleigh, Charlotte and Augusta, little has changed in this beautiful old building. As you can see, no matter which trail you choose, there are lots of goodies to fill your bags. Lucky for you, all our trails tie together. Wear your new golf apparel out on the course, take a shopping break for sustenance at any of our restaurants or coffee shops, or fuel up for a fun-filled shopping day by pampering yourself a bit beforehand. Design Market of the SandhillsPink of the Pines30 ::/homeofgolf @usahomeofgolf @homeofamericangolf'