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Deer Creek Junk
4.4

Address
320 State St.,
East Jordan, MI 49727
Phone
(231) 675-2606

Deer Creek JUNK owner Karen Brennan is a junker, maker, picker, engineer and lover of architectural, antique and industrial salvage, misfit pieces & parts and all things vintage & rusty.

Deer Creek Junk officially opened in 2003 when the doors of its pole barn were pulled open to reveal a “showroom” full of great barn junk, painted furniture and repurposed décor. It’s been a road that has seen the five years of occasional barn sales, the next five years of selling through a consignment shop and the most recent five years running my own “brick & mortar” shop. Karen still loves the hunt and offering new life to a piece that might not otherwise survive.  Sometimes it involves a total transformation, other times it just needs a bath and to be displayed as art.

Store Type
Antiques Arts and Galleries Gift Shops Home

Google Reviews

4.4

Cheryl S.

2 years ago
She has many different items you can use to redress and add to refurbished and repurpose your home furniture and decor!

Jennifer Davidson

6 months ago
I could come here everyday for a month and still not see every treasure she has. If you love old, rusty and repurposed, this is your place to go.

Adventure Rhoades

6 years ago
Really nice antique and they let you negotiate price

Pamela Coughlin

4 years ago
Awesome oldies amd goodies pkace!

Jack Marvel

4 years ago
Cool place with good stuff, but VERY overpriced. It’s a shame because if their stuff was decently priced I would have probably bought a good amount of things.

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