Published on January 14, 2019


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Everything old is new again, at some point or another, and when it comes to home decor, some things are truly timeless. No matter which way your style fluctuates, the right vintage piece can transform your interior and make your space feel like its one of a kind. That’s precisely why we love following plenty of vintage home goods stores on Instagram.

Sorting through estate sales and antique shows may help you to find some serious steals for your home, but sometimes, it’s helpful to approach decorating with antiques with the help of a curator. Many vintage home stores don’t just curate the offerings in their shops, whether brick-and-mortar or online—they also curate their feeds to show off their own findings and deliver plenty of advice on how you can style them.

If a peacock-style rattan headboard is high up on your wish list (guilty), you’re searching for a mid-century tallboy dresser, or you’d like to snag a statement vase or accent piece, the right Instagram account can make your design dreams a reality. These 15 shops provide decorating inspiration, along with some irresistible shoppable opportunities.


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With three outposts in Brooklyn, Dobbin St. Vintage Co-op is rife with velvet couches, lush rugs, and offbeat wall hangings. A favorite of several Domino editors, it’s one of the best places for New York maximalists to find their perfect home furnishings, but even for those who aren’t local, it provides plenty of styling and eBay search inspiration.


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Based in New York (though with options to ship), Home Union features a large percentage of toned-down, mid-century picks. Here, you’ll find some rarer pieces by notable designers (like lamps by Bill Curray for Laurel), in addition to some timeless investment pieces (like walnut dressers and Danish table sets).  


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Perhaps the most mesmerizing of the bunch, Casa Shop displays its wares (largely decorative items and glassware) in motion. Since its curatorial emphasis is on small accents rather than big pieces of furniture, it remains on the accessible side price-wise. Just be sure to act fast—things sell out quickly.


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With a color palette largely based in light pinks, creams, brass, and warm woods, Adaptations has a distinctive curatorial style that can appeal to a wide array of design tastes. Though the store is in Brooklyn, it offers shipping for smaller offerings, which can be bought via DM.


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Though its emphasis is largely on clothing, Kindred Black also offers an impressive array of home goods, vintage and contemporary. If you’re on the hunt for a unique vase or sculptural object, you’re fated to find one on this feed.


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This France-based shop offers worldwide shipping, which is a major win for anyone who has an insatiable desire for colorful glass objects. The styling and photography on this account are a treat in themselves: Even if you don’t end up buying anything, you’ll enjoy plenty of color therapy.


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We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: This Instagram account is the best place to buy vintage French home goods. Owner Victoria Smith has an enviable eye for eclectic pieces that she styles with an extra-special je ne sais quoi.


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Muted corals and warm oranges lend a cozy vibe to this shop. Much of the decor comes at reasonable, under-$50 price tags—finding the perfect piece (perhaps a ceramic vase or a Moroccan basket?) doesn’t have to blow your budget.


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Though largely offering hair accessories and jewelry, Little Gem’s curated selection of vases and vessels is noteworthy. Not to mention that the shop’s Instagram is rife with plenty of widely varied visual inspiration, from old movie and TV screen grabs to travel photos.


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In this L.A. shop, simple, mid-century furniture and earth-toned art objects reign supreme. Its feed provides an abundance of styling suggestions, and its online shop makes a large portion of its offerings available across the U.S.


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Lovers of bohemian style are guaranteed to find something to love in this Philadelphia shop. Its wide selection of planters and decorative items are all available on Etsy—and its Instagram feed provides followers with plenty of lush, plant-filled shots on the daily.


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Not exclusively vintage, this account is a sister to the widely popular @noihsaf.bazaar, where sellers can apply to list different clothing items to sell. This account, though, focuses on the home, including a wide array of rugs, textiles, and decorative items. Think of it as a hyper-curated eBay, where you have to act very, very fast.


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A super-sweet assortment of vintage glass objects composes the bulk of Mass Over Matter’s inventory. With most items under $100 (many even less than $50), this shop offers plenty of sweet, easy ways to infuse a bit of joy into your space.


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The sister store to Adaptations, Porter James offers a collection of high-end vintage furniture, along with some contemporary accents. Here you’ll find a masterclass in mixing vibrant colors to create a cohesive (and covetable) space.

More vintage style:

15 Items You Should Be Buying Vintage, But Aren’t

What You Didn’t Know About Buying and Decorating With Vintage Art

One-of-a-Kind Decor Pieces That Are Sure to Sell Out ASAP


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