Get to know here where to go and buy the best vintage furniture products to your home design ideas. Check our special selection of the most incredible vintage stores around the world.
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1. Boston Arts and Antique Company
Vintage pieces in high quality made with better good materials and with a particular attention to detail than mass-produced modern pieces.
2. White Trash
Midcentury first-aid kits, oddball vases and other quirky items abound at this East Village shop. Most recent faves include a 20-inch-high Task lamp from the ’70s, and a Salterini Ribbon chair- less than half the price at most other high-end furniture shops.
3. The Paris Flea Market
Searching estate sales, auctions and an occasional flea market results in an ever-changing inventory of fabulously priced home furnishings, collectibles, and gifts. The Paris Flea Market offers an eclectic mix of vintage, French country, Paris apartment, cottage, rustic and shabby styles with a past. Our new French Quarter Market, just two doors down, is the place to find French, Farmhouse, Mid Century Modern, Garden Décor, and Industrial.
Ninety-five percent of RePop’s stock is recycled and includes everything from midcentury stacking tables to a 1950s surgical lamp on wheels. Like your crazy-awesome aunt’s house, this gold mine is chaotically packed. So be prepared to sift through clutter to find anything.
5. Ruby Beets
Located in Bridgehampton, Ruby Beets Antiques (New York for) 11 years and named a favorite Hamptons antique store by the New York Times has reopened as RUBY BEETS old & new in Sag Harbor, New York. Ruby Beets has been featured in both national and international press since opening in 1992 in its first location, an 18th century farmhouse in Bridgehampton, NY. Now located in the former silent movie theater in Sag Harbor, NY, the shop combines decorative antiques, vintage and contemporary furniture, lighting, and accessories, as well as contemporary art and photography.
6. Mecox East Hampton
The best of shopping in East Hampton is that you can truly find a little bit of everything. Voted the most beautiful village in America, it’s easy to see why locals and tourists both flock to the village in droves to check out one-of-a-kind shops and famous luxury chains. Some stores you can expect to find here include: Tiffany & Co., Ralph Lauren, Coach, Cashmere Hampton, Theory, Tory Burch, London Jewelers, and so many other incredible clothing and accessory shops. It’s not surprising that celebrities and other famous figures make sure to drop by East Hampton to get their shopping fix year after year.
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