Cotton Mill Exchange is a unique retail shopping experience featuring exceptional collections by local area artisans and merchants in a beautiful rustic setting.
The carefully refurbished 120 year old Cotton Mill building, with its’ brick walls, period wood floors, ceilings, and historically worn finishes provides the perfect backdrop for a day of exploring and treasure hunting.
The store is filled to the brim with vintage and antique home goods, edgy fashions and one-of-a-kind merchandise. You’ll find new and handmade furniture, antiques and primitives, handcrafted and new jewelry, distinctive gifts and a variety of new sophisticated clothing.
With 48,000 square feet and over 200 distinctive merchants, this is where architectural salvage and vintage industrial pieces blend seamlessly with modern design.
Cotton Mill Exchange owners are Steve and Lori Sinatra and have been in the antiques business for over 10 years. Steve was an operations manager for a nationwide flooring company and Lori was a hairstylist. “Cotton Mill Exchange is a dream come true for us and we intend to respect and honor the history of this property as well as keep this business staffed with wonderful and helpful people. Suzanne Skelly is on staff to help with staff management and customer service. She is a retired HR manager from IBM and brings a higher level of professionalism to the store. Not to mention her extreme knowledge of all things antique and primitive.”
Steve and Lori have made it a priority to continually recruit talented and gifted artisans to join the team. “We are always on the lookout for something new and unique to bring to the store. We’re certain that our efforts will be obvious when you visit, as we strive to always leave people with a very memorable experience.”
Developing close relationships with the many local artists and merchants is one key to Cotton Mill Exchange’s success. Creative artisans are free to express their unique story, personality and passion through their fine works of art, jewelry, soaps, candles and one-of-a-kind gifts. You can become a part of our family by purchasing a Cotton Mill Exchange t-shirt, 100% of profits go to the Cherokee Family Violence Center.
Cotton Mill Exchange is an integral part of the larger campus, The Mill on Etowah, a fun and exciting re-use development bringing new life to Historic Downtown Canton. A brewery and taproom, restaurants, a tavern, coffee shop, wine bar, ice cream shop, donut shop, hair salon & spa, flower shop, Atomic Biscuit, a workout gym, a coworking space, and even a dance conservatory are only a fraction of what is available to visitors. And that’s only what’s inside. Outdoor green space includes a concert stage, jumbotron TV, the River Walk hiking trail, kayaking, and a host of events all year ‘round.
A trip to Cotton Mill Exchange, with their many events, specials, seasonal items and vintage decor makes shopping a delightful adventure for everyone. ACLM
Cotton Mill Exchange
225 Reformation Pkwy.
Canton, GA 30114
Monday through Saturday: 10am – 7pm
Sunday: Noon – 6pm
Interested in becoming a merchant in the amazing, historic Cotton Mill Exchange? Just visit their website and click on the merchant tab.