10 vintage shops to follow on instagram
If vintage decor is your jam, here are our fave 10 under the radar Instagram feeds to follow and shop from.
Published Oct 15, 2015 5:00 AM
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by Erica Reitman
Instagram is an amazing place to go to for inspiration on almost all fronts: travel, style, fashion, food, entertaining, design, and yep: even cute puppy and kitty pics. But more and more, it’s becoming a great place to find unique online shops that use the social platform to feature their best finds. If vintage decor is your jam, here are 10 under-the-radar Instagram feeds to follow and shop from.
Using beautifully sourced vintage textiles, this Instagrammer creates chic pillows and home decor that would make anyone swoon. Tassels, fringe, and gold details abound.
Featuring a lovely selection of vintage wares, including found objects, decor, and collectibles, this Etsy shop is a must follow on the vintage Insta circuit.
If mid century modern furniture and decor is your jam, you will love this Los Angeles based shop, a mecca for these treasures. They have a physical store in LA, but will also ship anywhere.
This Portland based shop will make a boho lover out of anyone. Featuring a rotating selection of gorgeous vintage macrame, rugs, and home decor, their inventory is so good we can’t stop hitting refresh on our insta feed.
With smaller midcentury furniture finds and kitschy one-off pieces of decor, this new shop has a little something for everyone. Collectors will love their rotating inventory of glassware, serving ware, and adorable salt and pepper shakers.
This rustic, bohemiam shop mixes 70’s decor finds, beautiful textiles, and even some fashion thrown in. Their lamp and lighting fixture collection is always drool-worthy.
Cancel your trip to Turkey or Morocco, and instead just pull up Frances Loom’s gorgeous feed. This shop features an amazing collection of rugs, with new items coming in every single Thursday.
Featuring an eclectic mix of antique pieces, this shop has inventory that the owner picks up on European buying trips. Though they have an actual warehouse you can visit in LA, you can also shop their feed for all sorts of treasures
Modern artwork, accessories and small pieces of furniture and decor are the name of the game with Scoops. There’s always a great selection of brass as well. They have an Etsy shop and a Chairish shop, but you can also shop directly from their feed.
We may have been initially swayed by their adorable elephant logo…or the fact that they shoot a good deal of their merch against a
background, but this little shop has some adorable finds. Bookends, servewear, and all sorts of adorable animalia always seem to be in stock.