The 50 Best Vintage Furniture Shops in America

We explored every state, from sea to shining Saarinen.
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Why is it that every time we spot a piece of furniture in someone’s home, a piece we really, truly love, they break our hearts by saying, “Gee, thanks, it’s vintage!” Suddenly our hopes of buying the same item deflate—along with our good mood.

But don’t feel too bad for us, because thankfully the Domino staff (and our group of trusted sources) is also full of shopping experts (who happen to be friends with even more shopping experts), and so we’ve done the hard work for you and found the absolute best vintage furniture stores—from mid-century marvels to antique must-visits—in every single state. Sure, you might not score the same pieces your friends have in their homes, but that’s the beauty of the hunt. And you actually might find something even better.

Here’s our list of the 50 best vintage furniture stores in the U.S.

The West

Homestead in Seattle.

Alaska: Rethink Home in Anchorage

Although it’s not the most merchandised-out store on this list, Rethink Home has plenty of great finds if you’re willing to dig a little. And we are! Especially when it means stumbling upon a chic bar cart with curved bamboo legs.

California: Pop Up Home in Los Angeles

As someone who sources pretty well, I’m often looking for the truly unique showstopper items, and Pop Up has so much. There are quite a few pieces from the shop in my home, including my coffee table, parchment table, and chaise in the living room! What I love about the store is its access to extremely curated pieces you aren’t likely to find randomly online.Kellie Brown, And I Get Dressed

Colorado: Brass Armadillo in Wheat Ridge

In-the-know Denver dwellers flock to this antiques mall (one of six in the U.S. under the same name) that’s packed with finds at very reasonable prices. Give yourself some time here to sort through the rows and rows of plates, rocking chairs, lighting, and collectibles.

Hawaii: Hawaii Modern in Honolulu

It’s no surprise that the outdoor furniture finds at this island shop are on point, from a mint green Kipp Stewart chair to a full-on Walter Lamb lounger. But there are plenty of indoor pieces, too, mostly mid-century, from Knoll to Eames. 

Idaho: Antique World Mall in Boise

From Victorian to mid-century, this 30,000-square-foot shopper’s paradise hits every style note imaginable, from farmhouse antiques (think: weathered dining table sets) to ’60s-era wall units. Bring comfortable shoes—you’ll want to wander these aisles for a long while.

Montana: Kalispell Antiques in Kalispell

Whenever she’s home, freelance stylist and art director Cassidy Iwersen sifts through the goods at this more-than-100-year-old sprawling spot, where you’ll find silver candlestick holders, antique dishes, and even some rare records. 

Nevada: Mid Mod Crisis in Las Vegas

This bubblegum pink barn has everything: mid-century chairs, serpentine sofas, and enough retro glassware and ice buckets to stock a bar cart—and then some. 

Oregon: Hawthorne Vintage Modern in Portland

From a Lucite coffee table to a Danish rocker to a set of marigold director’s chairs, this shop spans all of modern furniture’s greatest hits. It also has an impressive collection of lighting that includes task lamps and refurbished mid-century floor versions. 

Utah: The Green Ant in Salt Lake City

Mid-century pieces (think: Eames and Pop Art) abound at this popular Danish modern store, but there are plenty of ’80s and ’90s finds, too. And if you’re a velvet fan, it appears the owner is as well—he reupholsters original pieces in the plush material, but on a good day you can find original upholstery that’s in great condition.

Washington: Homestead in Seattle

There’s the phrase expertly curated, and then there’s Homestead, a currently online-only shop with the types of items you don’t find at most vintage stores, like Knoll Ettore Sottsass chairs or this astrologically inspired Turkish rug. (Anyone an Aquarius?) There’s even more goodness on its Instagram

Wyoming: Alley Modern and More in Jackson

Fans of Memphis and mid-century will strike gold at this boutique, where owner Cheryl Frey adds a touch of Western to the very 20th-century mix. From rugs to Milo Baughman swivel chairs, there’s a little bit for everyone. 

The Northeast

The Flat Westport in East Norwalk, Connecticut.

Connecticut: The Flat Westport in East Norwalk

I love the mix of art and iconic furniture designers. Owner Becky Goss has such a trained eye! I picked up my vintage sofa there, which she had upholstered in a bias stripe by Robert Kime. It’s a showstopper. Benjamin Reynaert, designer

Delaware: Estate Sales of Delaware in Wilmington

You won’t find a sign leading you to this resale warehouse (it’s behind a Family Dollar store), but it’s full of treasures, according to designer Benjamin Reynaert, who owns a home in the area. In fact, he scored 10 sets of Spode dinnerware there for $80.

Maine: Vintage Modern in Cumberland

With pieces from Paul McCobb and Hans J. Wegner, exploring the clean-lined furniture in this shop outside of Portland is the next best thing to booking a flight to Denmark. 

Maryland: The Turnover Shop in Baltimore

Designer Jen Levy of Surrounded by Color relies on this 80-year-old consignment store for help furnishing her projects (and silver trays for her wedding!). “I love shops that are not too carefully curated,” Levy says. “The Turnover Shop has superclassic items—silver, crystal, even a Mackenzie Childs plate—mixed with more modern finds. It’s always a treasure hunt.”

Massachusetts: Andrew Spindler Antiques in Essex

The only problem with going to Andrew Spindler’s is that you will have so much fun talking and learning and find so many beautiful things that the entire day will have passed and you’ll have gotten nothing else done! —Frances Merrill, interior designer

New Hampshire: Seaver & McLellan Antiques in Jaffrey

You won’t just find traditional designs at this New England spot. In fact, its vintage industrial section is full of weathered decor and organizational pieces. (Though we have our eye on this column lamp.)

New Jersey: Flux Modern in Asbury Park

From Tulip tables to the kind of bar cart that would have supplied Don Draper’s afternoon cocktails, this mid-century megastore is filled with wood credenzas and sleek chairs for days. 

New York: Form Atelier in New York City

Owners Avril Nolan and Guy Nguyen both worked for fashion and design magazines, respectively, so it’s no surprise that the Form showroom leans more museumlike than crafty curiosities shop. From woven Charlotte Perriand Meribel chairs to African artifacts, expect clean lines and pieces in impeccable condition.

Pennsylvania: The Modern Republic in Philadelphia 

Shop owners (and lifelong friends) Kenya Abdul-Hadi and Steven Brown’s mid-century shop has such a colorful collection of Memphis-leaning and Art Deco finds that walking into the space feels like a dopamine hit. Estelle Bailey-Babenzien is also a fan; she shopped there for her client Adrian Grenier’s Brooklyn brownstone. 

Rhode Island: Benefit Street Antiques in Providence

Reynaert loves the mix of this 23-year-old shop’s traditional pieces, from porcelain tea sets to upholstered dining chairs. And its selection of chandeliers and lighting will have you begging your landlord to switch out the boob lights in your rental. 

Vermont: Ardesh in Shelburne

Every Thursday at 5 p.m., Ardesh updates its online inventory, from classic Windsor chairs to Mahogany highboys that date back to the 1700s. Or you could go in person to weave through its 10,000 square feet of items, which range from furniture and rugs to porcelain and pottery. 

The Southeast

Maison in Mountain Brook, Alabama.

Alabama: Maison in Mountain Brook

Art director Rachel Lasserre scooped up her Saarinen table at this chic shop, which sells a mix of antiques and new pieces, all in a muted palette and elegantly arranged.

Arkansas: Peddlers Antique Mall in Greenbriar

At this IYKYK spot, there’s 24,000 square feet of antiques to sift through—and at very fair prices, if you’re willing to haggle. You might not find a womb chair, but it has a solid selection of metal signs, complete china sets, and weathered wood boxes with just the right amount of patina. 

Florida: Palm Beach Regency in Lake Park

Make your rattan dreams come true in this warehouse that’s full of the stuff, from headboards and desks to side tables and chairs. Its highly curated mix is beachy without being tacky, and old school without being too Golden Girls (though is there such a thing?). Megababe founder Katie Sturino is a fan.

Georgia: Reeks Antiques in Atlanta

Furniture designer Robby Simon calls this Black-owned vintage shop his go-to for funky-shaped furniture (curves for days!) plus iron and brass objects for filling shelves. “It’s carefully and mindfully selected and curated,” he says. “And it’s great seeing someone who looks like me in a space I love a lot.”

Kentucky: Retro Metro in Louisville

Bold colors, sharp lines, and a dining set so bright white that you’ll need sunglasses—this shop isn’t for the meek. And yet our neutral-loving hearts want everything it stocks, from a purple Chiclet sofa (sold, darn!) to a cobalt Knoll chair.

Louisiana: Merchant House in New Orleans

When the design team behind the ultrachic Hotel Saint Vincent needed to fill their moody space with sexy velvet sofas and curved rattan seating, they headed to this warehouse that’s packed with one-of-a-kind pieces, or as it states on its site, “The antithesis to big-box retail.” Designer Melissa Shelton of The Bouligny is a fan, too: “Rosa has a great eye for collecting, and I know that whenever I visit, I’ll always find interesting pieces for our projects.”

Mississippi: Circa 61 in Carthage

The name says it all: This shop sells primarily mid-century pieces from Danish designers and more. And it’s just not furniture—it has a collection of bullet planters and an entire audio section with vintage speakers and turntables.

North Carolina: Atomic Furnishings in Asheville

The couple who runs this shop, which specializes in ’50s and ’60s decor, met when she bought a mid-century piece from him on Craigslist. (Aww!) Today they run a shop that sells Paul McCobb dining chairs and a statement-making chrome étagère, among newly upholstered seating.

South Carolina: The Island Bazaar in Charleston

Among the area’s rows of traditional-leaning antiques shops, this mid-century wonder stands out for its hip selection of Milo Baughman shelves and ’50s fiberglass chairs. But it’s not just a pretty face: The staff really knows their stuff. 

Tennessee: Savant in Nashville

Since 2002, this quaint house on a hip stretch of Twelfth Avenue has been a go-to to score a fringed leather jacket or patterned dress, but don’t sleep on its furniture and art, which hits the just-right note of rockabilly and weathered Western cool. It’s a favorite of designer Louisa Pierce of Pierce & Ward, too.

Virginia: Epoch in Richmond

Danish cabinets in mint condition, hand-knotted rugs, and walnut coffee tables top our wish list at this mid-century shop, where you’ll also find chairs that don’t need reupholstering and bamboo outdoor furniture that’s begging you to throw a backyard bash.

West Virginia: Robert’s Antiques in Lewisburg

Trad-leaning design obsessives will go wild over the variety of antiques at this shop, ranging from Shaker to Federal to Pennsylvania Dutch. And for when you’re done sifting through the wares, the shop sells wine and beer, too, so you can crack open a cold one and congratulate yourself on your furniture wins. 

The Southwest

The Renner Project in Austin.

Oklahoma: Vintage Vault in Tulsa

Don’t let the unassuming beige exterior fool you—Vintage Vault has an epic stash of mid-century modern furniture hiding inside. Dining chairs hang by their backs from the ceiling to make room for tables stacked two high and the era’s beloved teak and walnut consoles. Keep an eye out for Herman Miller credenzas, Knoll chairs, and other classics.

Texas: The Renner Project in Austin

Home restorer and designer Kimberly Renner’s sprawling space (it used to be an office complex) looks more like an impeccably decorated home than it does a store. Finds from the 20th century, many of which hail directly from Europe, are set up in roomlike vignettes, getting rid of any uncertainty about living with a piece in real life. While the furniture and accessories are on the pricey side, you’re paying for Renner’s skilled eye—it’s not everywhere you’ll stumble upon a rare set of Italian Tucroma chairs in matching white leather.

New Mexico: Shiprock Santa Fe

An entire room in this second-floor gallery, run by art dealer Jed Foutz, is dedicated to old and contemporary rugs and blankets from the Navajo Nation, where he grew up. The graphic textiles hang on the walls like art, while still more are stacked high on the floor or folded over slim racks. The collection is big enough to trickle into the rest of the space, where mid-century furniture stands in cool contrast alongside more suitcase-friendly items like historic pottery and turquoise and silver jewelry. 

Arizona: Desert Vintage in Tucson

This vintage clothing boutique enjoyed a lengthy tenure at its original location on Fourth Avenue—Tucson’s popular artsy drag—before moving a few blocks away into a former tilemaker’s studio. Reimagined by interior designer Casey Smith, the airy white space showcases local creatives: A painting by Ishi Glinksy hangs in the center of the room, while racks by ironworker Carson Terry suspend each covetable piece. Lisa Przystup, writer

The Midwest

Future Ancestor in St. Louis.

Illinois: Spears Furnishing in Chicago

We first heard of this ultracool shop (with an often-updated Instagram account) from Lolly Lolly’s Lalese Stamps, who is a fan of its jewel-toned curved sofas and Memphis-style decor. Does she maybe regret sharing her secret source with the world? That’s still up for debate. Because one of the best parts about Spears is that you don’t have to live nearby to score a piece from the shop—it ships anywhere.

Indiana: Flux in Indianapolis

This hip shop specializes in—you guessed it—mid-century modern, but there’s so much more there than walnut dressers and Eames loungers. A set of wicker and chrome cantilever chairs just sold on its Instagram, and a black leather swan chair recently found a forever home. Which means you’ll have to act fast to get one of its pieces in your apartment, too.

Iowa: Tesoro Casegoods & Oddities in Des Moines

Local gallery owner Liz Lidgett recommends Tesoro for it’s mid-century mix, which should come as no surprise considering owner Rudy Rodriguez is a member of Mid Mod Iowa and the admin for the largest Facebook group in Iowa, Des Moines Furniture Sale & Swap

Kansas: 200 Main in Overland Park

No worries if you don’t live in the Midwest; you can shop many of the refined wares (from teak-slat barstools to brass urns) at this Missouri mainstay on its Charish site, a favorite of gallerist Liz Lidgett. 

Michigan: Nueve in Grand Rapids

Sarah Sherman Samuel tipped us off to this appointment-only warehouse, run by real-estate design specialist Anna Alvarez, who says she has a weakness for shiny chrome, Hollywood Regency, and handmade rustic pieces. You’ll find them all here, along with art and even a few fashion items (vintage Levi’s!).

Minnesota: Hunt & Gather in Minneapolis

At this cavernous shop that bills itself as “a vintage amusement store,” you’ll find the perfect mix of out-there finds: oilcloth tablecloths, old-school posters, and more glass cake stands than you could ever make enough confections for. It’s an odd collection that totally works.

Missouri: MoModerne in St. Louis

This woman-owned warehouse space—a favorite of Love and Other Rugs founder Lily Sullivan—has a wide range of contemporary brands (Cassina and Artemede, to name a couple) and funky finds, like a pair of papier-mâché feet.

Nebraska: Mod Lines in Omaha

You might feel like you’ve stepped onto the set of Mad Men at this mid-century haven, where a Milo Baughman dresser mingles with channel-back chairs. Many of the items have been reupholstered in modern colors, like this terracotta Parsons-style sofa

North Dakota: Bismarck Antiques Mall in Bismarck

We’ll be honest, the pickings are slim in North Dakota (even the furniture store shopkeepers we called had trouble coming up with suggestions), but a glance at the Bismarck Antiques Mall tells us that it’s a solid place to spend an afternoon looking for kitschy accessories and kitchenware, from serving platters to pitchers. Or if you’re patient, The White House Co., an events rental warehouse, sells some of its vintage pieces twice a year.

Ohio: Euro Classics Antiques in Columbus

For 35 years, this family-owned shop has been a go-to for Arts and Crafts furniture and other 100-year-old treasures, like flat files, dining room sets, and sideboards. If you can’t make it inside the shop, which is open Thursday through Sunday, its eBay site is equally alluring. 

South Dakota: Urban Archaeology in Sioux Falls

A nearly endless supply of walnut mid-century dressers, credenzas, and desks awaits at this family-run shop. There’s also a solid selection of lighting and accessories, like old-timey cameras and knickknacks to set atop your, um, walnut dresser, credenza, or desk. 

Wisconsin: BC Modern in Milwaukee

Owner Eric Lewis turned his love of mid-century design into a career, first with Brew City Auctions and now at his storefront, which stocks ’50s- and ’60s-era wares alongside kitschy collectibles such as throwback Coleman coolers and vanity cases.

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Lindsey Mather

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Lindsey Mather is a proud “words person” who oversees Domino’s content strategy and creation. Whenever she can, she squeezes in time to write and edit stories about the ways people shape their spaces—and how their spaces shape them.