Best Home Decor if You Want Your Home to Resemble a Medieval Church 

When it comes to finding all the right accoutrements for an abode's new look, most people think Pier 1, Target or the Pottery Barn. But if your tastes are a little more eccentric -- leaning toward, say, the gothic, the carnival-esque or the surreal -- then you'd best visit THE WRECKING BAR. The creepy, columned, dome-topped building just south of Little Five Points holds more artifacts than one would imagine from its small facade. That's because it's got decrepit warehouses out back and a virtual tomb in the basement filled with such wonders as oak-and-iron doors from destroyed European churches, towering columns from dilapidated Southern mansions and even a disassembled carousel -- which, at just $100 for an eight-foot panel, makes an interesting addition to any blank wall.

292 Moreland Ave., 404-525-0468.

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