Truth be told, we love the hunt of hitting the weekend antique market and unearthing a treasure just itching to be shown off. But easy and effortless, the whole process is not (think early morning call times, sunbaked blacktop, and dust—lots of it!). Thankfully, we have Etsy, that godsend of retail destinations where we can shop the curated selections of independent shopkeepers and antique enthusiasts the world over.
Getting ready for the hunt at a reasonable hour while still tucked in bed with a cup of coffee is much more enjoyable than getting up at the crack of dawn to brave the endless aisles of antique markets. If you’re in the market for a vintage or antique piece but don’t have the time for the chase, you’re in luck. We’ve rounded up 10 of the best shops out there with treasures aplenty. Add these to your favorites list.
Furniture, antique oddities, and plenty of selection make this Americana-inflected shop a perennial favorite.
From furniture to vintage badminton rackets, felt pennant flags, and oversize sea sponges, this shop has everything to layer in a collected feel in your home.
CollectionIt will help you add modernist Parisian flair to your home. We’re very much fans.
Hunting for gems takes time. Allow Brooklyn-based Gallivanting Girls to outfit your space with the flea market treasures without the hassle.
Lamp & Co.
This French shop is a lighting and décor enthusiast’s goldmine, with items sourced from the 1930s through the 1980s.
This charming Detroit-based shop offers a well-curated selection of beautiful vintage wares, both large- and small-scale.
Specializing in Danish and midcentury furniture and décor, Midcentury Maddist is a teak lover’s dream come true.
The Modern Vault
This Newport Beach, California, shop boasts impressive statement pieces and collectibles (hello, Noguchi!).
Other Times Vintage
Brooklyn-based Other Times has an eye for clean, midcentury lines and accents that will imbue your space with history.
Score midcentury furniture, antique décor accessories, and even art from this Seattle-based shop.
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This story was originally published on August 7, 2015, and has since been updated.