In a city where 2nd hand stores are often picked over and filled with junk from the early 2000s (Wait for it…), vintage stores tend to be our only resort (A resort that luckily comes in abundance but sometimes at a hefty price.). The housewares and furniture you find in these carefully curated shops aren’t just trendy; they’re built to last. Scoff if you will at a never-ending trend that adores the past, but it’s one that will always be more practical than mass produced IKEA.
House of Vintage is one giant yard sale with multiple vendors under one roof. If you've got the time, you'll find many treasures along the way.
Thoughtful curation and mint condition items might cost you a bit more here, but what you'll find are items you haven't seen anywhere else in the city.
Finding the vintage kitsch among antiques takes some sifting. Sabi's often posts new items on Craigslist, so check there for an idea of stock before arriving.
Amongst a city of vintage stores galore, here you will find mint condition, classy housewares and furniture. The store is so thoughtfully organized that you'll wish that rad pad was yours.
A go-to spot for vintage wall decor and kitchen utensils. Check the shop around Christmas time for wonderfully- gaudy vintage decorations.
Affordable vintage clothing and housewares and even some newer threads and shoes located in the up-and-coming Kenton neighborhood.