I love shopping for vintage online, especially pre-owned furniture and home decor. Sure, eBay, One Kings Lane, The Real Real, and Chairish are all great, but Etsy, with its millions of products and user-friendly search tools, holds a special place in my heart. Below is a roundup of the Etsy vintage home decor shops I peruse on a regular basis. Any great shops I’m missing…? Let me know and I’ll add them to the list!
This Bethlehem, Pennsylvania boutique is vintage home decor heaven online. The selection is beautifully curated, styled, and photographed which makes shopping a breeze. On my wish list…? The chinoiserie umbrella stand, tortoise glass vase, blue and white ginger jar, crystal candleholders, and this pair of silhouettes.
High Street Market
This shop ran by Kelly Robson in Pennsylvania has been around for ages. Kelly has great taste and always includes a timeless array of antiques and mid-century pieces. First I need a fireplace, then I need this match holder.
You may have to do some sifting, but this Floridian Etsy shop has some real gems. I am obsessed with this lucite postage stamp obelisk (again, if only they’d ship to Denmark!), this braided ceramic cache pot, and these chic brass bookends.
I love everything sold by this Marblehead, Massachusetts boutique. They sell lots of porcelain (including Herend!) and great gifts like magnifying glasses, planters, and bookends. They’re currently on a break, but will be open again soon. How fun is this pagoda chandelier they sold?
This shop requires some treasure hunting patience, but there are some wonderful bookends, obelisks, and ceramics to be found. The shopkeeper is based in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma (so good…). I can’t believe no one has snatched up the faux malachite bookends above (devastated they don’t ship to Denmark).
Mint + Moss
If you’re a mid-century aficionado, this St. Paul, Minnesota shop will be right up your alley. I’m loving this sweet gold-trim ring dish, these white ceramic palm leaf candlesticks, and this lettuce dish (so you can pretend I’m Tory Burch in the Hamptons).
If you’re looking to step up your dinner party game, this Houston-based shop is the place to start. I’m loving their blue and white spongeware, greek key gravy boat, white coral cluster, and this charming covered chicken dish.
If you love Hollywood Regency style this is the shop for you. Based in Georgia, Judy’s shop is brimming with brass finds, but I prefer the glassware, ceramics, and bookends. How sweet are these pineapple cocktail forks?
The owner of this Chicago-based shop has an excellent eye for design. I especially covet their blue and white pieces—one large ginger jar, please. Also, this tortoise glass pitcher for my bar cart, so chic.
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