Red Queen's Attic: Antique Shopper's Delight in Rosenberg, TX

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Exterior of Red Queen's Attic in Rosenberg, Texas

Exterior of Red Queen's Attic in Rosenberg, Texas

Antiquing in Rosenberg

A warm welcome awaits visitors to this expansive storefront known as Red Queen's Attic in downtown Rosenberg, Texas.

Do you like to browse, or are you on a deliberate hunt for a unique piece of vintage furniture or an exceptional accent piece for your home? The owners and employees in Red Queen's Attic will cheerfully guide you in the right direction or leave you alone to enjoy your visit in peace. That is what my husband and I experienced the first time we ever entered this delightful place.

Red Queen’s Attic in Rosenberg, Texas

Red Queen’s Attic in Rosenberg, Texas

Red Queen's Attic

This antiques and collectibles store is a family-owned business that has been a part of the historic downtown scene since the year 2006. The address is 900 3rd Street, Rosenberg, Texas 77471.

They take Mondays off but are open every other day of the week from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M, Tuesdays to Saturday, and Noon to 5 P.M on Sundays.

Red Queen’s Attic Store in Rosenberg, Texas

Red Queen’s Attic Store in Rosenberg, Texas

Shabby Chic Furnishings and More

Anyone who has watched the HGTV show "Fixer Upper" knows how Joanna Gaines loves to utilize shabby chic furniture. She mixes it with unique pieces that make each home a place of comfort as well as easy to live with items that are simple yet timeless. She would love shopping in this store!

There a great selection of different pieces that she would undoubtedly find of use in her decorating scheme. How the massive inventory is displayed looks as if a designer had a hand in putting these vignettes together.

It doesn't take money to have style, it just takes a really good eye. Sometimes you can find amazing culinary antiques that will make it feel like an old French kitchen.

— Tyler Florence

Displaying of the Merchandise

What is most appealing as one wanders through this two-story edifice looking at the different display areas, is the use of space.

We have visited some antique stores in which there was little wiggle room to navigate between the items on display. It made it difficult to really appreciate what was on view and for sale. The Red Queen's Attic is spacious with wide aisles and walkways.

Though there are a variety of vendors selling merchandise, the appearance of what is on display looks very much edited. For the most part, toys are separated from teacups, and the majority of the books are located in one area as are vintage wedding garments.

Continual Changes in Inventory

It would take many visits to appreciate all that there is to see in this fabulous antique, collectibles, and gift store. With the ever-changing inventory, it must be fun for visitors to do their shopping there.

Pricing seems to be very affordable. One of the owners told us that some antique store owners in the Houston Heights actually shop here to then offer the items at higher prices in their stores.

Memory Lane

Visiting stores like this is similar to taking a trip down memory lane.

In one room dedicated to primarily showcasing vintage children's toys, I spotted a box with paper dolls. A fond memory, when I was a child, is sitting at our kitchen table with my mother playing with paper dolls. I think that she had as much fun as I did in crimping the tabs and changing outfits on those dolls. Spotting things like that can instantly zap one back to earlier times.

Vintage toys for sale including paper dolls

Vintage toys for sale including paper dolls

Handmade greeting cards

Handmade greeting cards

Handmade Cards

While most items are vintage, there are also some new things for sale at Red Queen's Attic. The handmade cards pictured above serve as one example. We found a couple of thank you cards to our liking that we purchased. Seasonal cards such as those for Valentine were also on display. They were suitably on display in an old Ferry-Morse Seeds container.

A well-used bar in Red Queen's Attic

A well-used bar in Red Queen's Attic

Signage on building in Rosenberg

Signage on building in Rosenberg

Antique Store With Bar

When is the last time you have visited an antique store that had a bar? Jeff Messer, who is one of the owners, told us that they find the bar of use for various functions held in their store.

By now, you should have an idea of why we found the Red Queen's Attic such a delightful place to visit.


This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Peggy Woods


Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 07, 2020:

Hi Randy,

Thanks for taking the time to view this post and leaving a comment. This antique store might have you changing your mind about visiting places like this.

Randy on September 07, 2020:

Normally not a fan of antiques stores. This one does sound like visiting.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on April 19, 2020:

Hi Ruby,

It sounds like you would like to visit this antique store. They had an abundance of collectible dishes that you might want from what you wrote.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on April 18, 2020:

Hi Pamela,

I am pleased that my photos give you an idea of what you might find in this antique store. It is genuinely an excellent find!

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on April 16, 2020:

Hi Ann,

It is fun dreaming about how items that end up in stores like this were once used. For me, it is often like taking a trip down memory lane, seeing some items that my grandparents would have used at some point. This store is so nicely laid out that it is a pleasure to shop there.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on April 15, 2020:

Hi FlourishAnyway,

I once knew a woman who took old dressers, and the like, and painted the most beautiful embellishments onto them. They looked like a million bucks after she was finished!

Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on April 15, 2020:

Now you've struck oil with me. I love old antique stores. I'm not into antique furniture, but I love old dishes, etc. My sister Ava loved antique furniture and had it throughout her house. I have never seen an antique store with a bar, how unique is that? Great photos, you captured the display beautifully.

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on April 15, 2020:

I would love to wander through this store as it has so many unique items. Your pictures are terrific, as always, but you do give us a good look at numerour aspects of this store.

I hope this article posts as I have written comments on two other articles that have not shown up. I don't know if I do something wrong.

Ann Carr from SW England on April 15, 2020:

This looks like a great store. I love rummaging around in places like this, though I'd probably spend far too much!

It's so well arranged, isn't it? Like you say, at least there is room to move about and see everything.

I often spend hours in such places or at car boot sales. Just imagining the history behind many of the objects is fascinating.

Thanks for the tour, Peggy!


FlourishAnyway from USA on April 14, 2020:

What a treat. People like this are so creative. Stuff I would donate they paint white and dress up as shabby chic. I’d definitely buy it. So beautiful.

Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on April 14, 2020:

Hi Liz,

It was a pleasure to browse in that store. We came away with some homemade greeting cards on our first visit.

Liz Westwood from UK on April 14, 2020:

This looks like a real treasure trove for anyone interested in antiques. The difficulty would be in getting away from somewhere with such a wide and varied stock.

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