100+ Best Places to Shop for Antiques and Vintage Online

While nothing could ever rival the real-deal thrill of braking for an antique or vintage score at a roadside market or a neighborhood estate sale, there are plenty of hidden gems on the internet that are ripe for the clickin’ when you can’t go pickin’. It’s also easier than ever to peruse wares you’d otherwise never know existed, because everyone from traditional antiques dealers to casual collectors have gotten a whole lot savvier about selling their stuff online—some via websites, others straight through their social feeds (Instagram, mostly). Because you likely already know about the biggies—think Chairish, 1stDibs, RubyLane, eBay, and Etsy*—we’ve rounded up 100-plus lesser-known purveyors of patina that Country Living editors have bought from and bookmarked, all of whom make it relatively easy to shop their wares remotely (regularly updated inventory, streamlined shipping, fast feedback, etc.). Here, some of our favorite virtual must-visits for when the antiquing itch strikes. (And when doesn’t it, really?)

*Stay tuned for our definitive guide to shopping Etsy!


For Patina with PedigreeOlde Good ThingsScrolling through the extensive site of this New York-founded source is a bit like a stroll through a history museum. Find everything from doors from the Waldorf Astoria to stained glass windows from old churches. Redoing your kitchen? They’re also the largest reclaimer of chicken wire glass.

For Industrial EdgeUrban RemainsThis Chicago source is the go-to for cool hardware, lighting, millwork, and more salvaged from iconic buildings and factories around the city and beyond.

For a Lighting Glow-UpPreservation StationDesigners love this Nashville resource for rewired antique lighting spanning a range of eras (1850s to 1940s) and styles (Art Deco, Gothic Revival, French Country), interior and exterior doors (and door hardware), old mantels, leaded glass windows, and other salvaged statement pieces sourced by proprietors Aaron Hetrick and Julia Petrova from all over the U.S. and Europe.

For Farmhouse FavoritesSouthern Accents Architectural AntiquesFor over 50 years, the Gudger family has been rescuing doors and windows, hardware, mantels, and wood from old homes and barns soon to be demolished.For One-of-a-Kind CharacterAurora MillsThis West Coast wonderland includes an extensive collection of architectural salvage, garden gates, and reclaimed lumber along with cool furniture pieces (a 1940 cafeteria table! a birch wood store counter!).


For the Best of the BrocanteFrench Art ShopCountry Living Design Director Maribeth Jones, who can officially claim the world’s happiest kitchen, is an enthusiast of this Paris-based shop, which includes pieces—mostly landscapes, portraits, and still-lifes—from the 1700s through the 1950s. And yes, they’ll ship overseas.

For Original PrintsNostalgia Fine ArtWarning: You could get lost for hours within this designer-favorite resource that includes authentic antique prints of everything from flowers to furniture styles as well as giclee reproductions that’ll help you get the look for less.

For a Classic CurationThe Atelier CollectionArt historian Hayley Stoen’s cyber-storefront stays well stocked with found artworks from the U.S. and Europe, all of which come beautifully custom-framed. The site also features newer pieces by contemporary artists.

For Birds and BotanicalsEtalage UKBased in the charming Cotswolds region, this U.K.-based shop ships to the U.S. and specializes in antique art prints and vintage oil paintings sourced from all over England.

For Seascapes, Landscapes, and Still-LifesVintage Art EmporiumThis Australian site, which ships worldwide, is chock full of highly covetable, just-the-right-kind-of-faded pieces that can make a room. You’ll have to pay a little more for shipping, so you might as well toss a few things in your cart to make it worth it, right?

For Large-Scale LithographsThe Vintage PosterBrowse more than 50 subject categories at this shop that specializes in original antique vintage European stone lithographs. Want more gallery wall goodness? Keep scrolling! Many of the sites listed below also offer artwork.


For High-End Cocktail KeepsakesAndre Burgos Epicurean AntiquesWhen the “corkscrews” section alone has a drop-down menu of seven categories (French, English, German, Scandinavian…) you know you’ve stumbled upon a robust resource.

For Old-World WaresAubergine AntiquesVisitors to Fairhope, Alabama, know to swing by this brick-and-mortar that stays well stocked with European pieces, but there’s plenty to be found on their website, too. CL editors tend to head here to covet all the cookware, although you’ll find plenty of furniture.

For Copper CollectiblesPiggy KitchenFor beautiful cookware and French antiques that would make Julia Child swoon, hightail it to the virtual outpost of this Chicago-based resource owned by Bill Borman and Richard Thomas.

For Man Cave MainstaysJ. Earl & SonsBourbon, anyone? From ice buckets to bottle openers to decanters, this stately cyber-storefront feels a little like you’ve just stumbled upon a refined hunt club, but without all the cigar smoke.

For Retro RefreshmentLollygagIf you’re into midcentury-modern pieces, click through this shop that feels a bit like Betty Draper’s wedding registry: blue egg dishes, daisy-yellow fondue sets, orchid-hued martini glasses.

For Storied StemwareThe Hour ShopNamed after a 1950s book by Bernard DeVoto, this shop features more than 10,000 (!) vintage cocktail hour-related items. Even more impressive: Most items are attributable to known manufacturers.

For Playful PourersSouthern Vintage WaresTo get a sense of this site’s breadth, peruse the impressive selection of cocktail picks, then mosey over to the midcentury glassware.

For Stately Serving PiecesWeston TableWhether you’re craving a century-old cutting board, aluminum Champagne bucket, Majolica pie keeper, or a gurgling fish pitcher, you’ll feed your appetite in the “Vintage and Antique” section of this editor-beloved resource.

For Artfully Curated FindsWatson Kennedy Entertaining expert and author Ted Kennedy Watson has curated tabletop wares from his Seattle shopfront for 20+ years. Browse his recent finds of hotel silver, French embroidered tea towels, and the French match strikers you didn’t know you needed until now. (P.S. You may recognize Ted from the pages of Country Living. Tour his quaint 650-square-foot Vashon Island retreat here.)

For Anything and Everything for Your Table Replacements, Ltd.You may know of this storied source as the place to complete your set of grandma’s china, but it is so. much. more. Besides plates and platters in thousands of current and discontinued patterns (hello, transferware!), find pitchers, flatware, and even Pyrex mixing bowls.


For Beautiful HandiworkFlying GeeseJennifer Rho inherited her love of storied objects from her Korean-American father, who bought an antique rug the day he earned his first paycheck on U.S. soil. Today, she curates a thoughtful collection of quilts and donates a portion of each sale to organizations that support women’s causes.

For Top-Notch TextilesStella RubinOne of *the* most respected names in the quilt world, Stella Rubin has been curating antique quilts since the 1970s and has sold pieces to The Smithsonian, Colonial Williamsburg, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

For Colorful AbstractsGee’s BendHand-sewn by in a rural Black community in Alabama, Gee’s Bend quilts have been displayed in the Whitney Museum of American Art and described in The New York Times as “some of the most miraculous works of modern art America has produced.”

For a Fresh EditTori Jones StudioBased on (how fitting!) Block Island, Tori Jones, a former magazine editor, lends her discerning eye to a wide variety of vintage decorative goods but we’re especially partial to the site’s quilt selection.

For Across-the-Pond PicksAntique Textiles CompanyShop via Instagram @antiquequiltcompany Shopkeeper Christopher Wilson-Tate knows quilts. He bought his first one at 15, and has since sold more than 15,000. His beautifully stitched stockpile—mostly European, some American—can be found in a charming shop just off London’s Abbey Road, but you can also get a good look on his regularly refreshed feed. (Note: An updated website is coming soon.)For a Bit of EverythingCindys Antique QuiltsShop via Instagram @cindysantiquequiltsOklahoma-based Cindy Rennels stays well stocked with quilts and camp blankets. The site’s not the most sophisticated, but it’s kind of like digging through a flea market stall full of hidden gems.

For a Side of KittenCats on QuiltShop via Instagram @catsonquiltWhen Marin Kirksey’s cats Hunter and Apricot kept trying to photobomb pictures of her quilts intended for eBay, she embraced the moment and started this delightful feed where the cats regularly accompany the coverlets. She now sells directly through Instagram.

For Sales on the the RegularCaravan QuiltsShop via Instagram @caravanquiltsBased in New York’s Hudson Valley, owner Sarah LoCascio is drawn to pieces from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Follow her Instagram feed for regular “quilt drops” featuring a wide array of styles.

For Affordable HeirloomsWhipporwill QuiltsTwin sisters who grew up going to auctions and estate sales teamed up to start this business devoted to showcasing their favorite finds, mostly sourced in and around their respective states of Arkansas and Maryland.

For Welsh WoolJen JonesBased in Wales, this King Charles-approved shop stays well stocked with everything from traditional Welsh blankets to patchwork quilts to fringed plaid throws.

For Beacon BlanketsCisco’s GalleryThis Idaho retailer features a massive inventory of Native American art and artifacts including trade blankets, Navajo rugs, and woven baskets.


For Prized Page-turnersRare Book CellarBrowse hard-to-find and out-of-print titles at this site for more serious collectors. We’re currently coveting the first-edition copy of Joan Didion’s A Book of Common Prayer. (The shopkeepers are also happy to help you track down a book that’s not currently on the site.)

For Cohesive CollectiblesBooks by the FootLook away, literary snobs. This site, with all of its color curation by color, is not for you. But if you’re searching for a mass of pre-loved clothbound or leather titles in a particular shade, this is the site you’ll wanna bookmark.

For Bulk BuysThe Book BundlerShop the nation’s top supplier of bulk used books by color or category. While you may not stumble upon a rare first edition, there’s an especially good selection of kids’ books.

For Hard-to-Find CookbooksKitchen Arts and LettersOpen since 1983 (Julia Child was an early customer!), this New York City shop specializes in all things food and drink and has a special section devoted to rare and out-of-print titles.

For Streamlined SpinesPretty Old BooksJess Dollar, a mother of five, started this site with a $100 gift card from her in-laws. Five thousand orders later, she’s a resource for collectors of all kinds.

For Barrister BookcasesEuro Classics AntiquesExplore Gustav Stickley writing desks, Wernicke barrister bookcases, and other pretty wooden pieces at this Ohio shop that specializes in Arts & Crafts and Mission furnishings.

For Childhood FavoritesLog Cabin VintageBrowse by category (folk tales, chapter books, mysteries) or author (Louisa May Alcott, Roald Dahl, Mark Twain) at this nostalgia-rich Bucks County bookstore. The “Antiquarian” section features titles that pre-date the 1950s.


For Brand-Name BaublesWard VintageThis New Jersey-based shop is a dependable source for 20th century pieces—a Chanel charm bracelet, a J. Crew bangle—at a wide range of price points.

For Treasured TrinketsCharm Co.Beeline that ol’ cursor to the site’s “Vintage Vault” section which features diminutive delights of all sorts, including old-school rotary phones, 14-karat bingo cards, and, our favorite, “Vintage Bowling Girl.”

For Estate JewelryCroghan’s Jewel BoxWilliam Joseph Croghan started this Charleston, South Carolina, institution more than 100 years ago. Today it offers a large selection of antique jewelry including pendants and lockets, brooches, and bracelets. While not vintage, the company’s popular “Goldbug” collection, designed by fourth-generation Croghan sisters, is worth a look.

For Cabana-Ready CaftansCabana VintageAlixe Laughlin turned a weekend hobby—shopping for vintage dresses—into a colorfully curated boutique of retro resort wear from the 60s and 70s. Perhaps not surprisingly, each piece pairs well with a chaise lounge and a Mai Tai.

For Dapper MenswearCrowley VintageShop via Instagram @crowley_vintageOwner Sean Crowley worked for Ralph Lauren for more than a decade before opening this Brooklyn treasure trove of vintage menswear that feels a little Wes Anderson-meets-Ivy League. Shop directly through the DMs.

For Hipster T-ShirtsHigh Class HillbillyCurated by singer-songwriter Nikki Lane (trust us: she’s worth a listen), this Music City mainstay is a little bit country, a little bit rock-and-roll. Think cowboy boots and rocker tees

For a Higher-End HaulMK QuinlanAfter a career in journalism (including a stint as Senior Style Editor at Garden & Gun), M.K. now applies her keen eye to clothing and textiles of all sorts but stays especially stocked with retro-chic dresses of the sort that would pair particularly well with a martini.

For Collegiate CoolGoat VintageFounded with a strong belief that “enough clothing exists in the world already,” this site allows you to show team spirit without resorting to fast fashion.

For Durable DenimSecondhand LeviFrom frayed cutoffs to classic 501s to jean jackets, this retailer-official destination is a must-visit for denim devotees.

For Barbour JacketsHeadlock CoThis site hosts a wide variety of pre-loved pieces from popular brands like Carhartt and Levi’s, but we’re partial to the extensive offering of waxed and quilted jackets from the iconic British brand.

For Seriously Stylish ShadesSunglass MuseumFounded by cousins Toni Pappas and Ani Berberian, this female-owned, Los Angeles-based small business specializes in “deadstock” frames (discontinued but never worn) dating back to the 70s. Reading glasses are also available.

For Pretty Much AnythingRusty ZipperMod dresses? Ski sweaters? Letterman jackets? You name it, it’s likely here. This Oregon-based shop has been in the vintage clothing business since the Macarena went viral (that would be 1995) and has amassed an impressive inventory of 34,000-plus clothing items. Don’t miss the sweet apron selection.

For Flea Market FashionFree People x Rose BowlThe clothing retailer wisely teamed up with California’s iconic Rose Bowl Flea Market to help deliver “premium vintage to your door.” Last we looked, some of our favorite finds included a 1970s western shirt with floral embroidery and a highly covetable pair of overalls.


For New England KnickknacksSeacraft Vintage Antiques ahoy! This postcard-perfect Kennebunkport boutique recently launched this easy-to-browse site, meaning landlubbers from all over can now stock up on its naval flags, sailboat paintings, and other seaphemera.

For Surfer CredMate GalleryA longtime favorite of coast-loving collectors, this shop feels a bit like a playful grab bag of sun-faded finds, from fisherman bottle openers to “Sailors Have More Fun” bumper stickers. Don’t miss the section of original photography by co-owner Matt Albiani.

For Seascapes and Ship CaptainsJ.M. Byron HouseThis Cape Cod dealer is a Country Living go-to for vintage nautical art—bearded captains, moody seascapes, and ship dioramas.

For Felt PennantsHoney Fitz Yacht ClubNamed after John F. Kennedy’s yacht “Honey Fitz,” this shop—filled mostly with pennants featuring coastal destinations—evokes an effortless New England prep.


For Unapologetically Precious PrimitivesThe Six BellsCool girl Audrey Gelman (who was Lena Dunham’s inspiration for “Marnie” on the HBO hit Girls), started this Brooklyn boutique that’s chock-full of charm. Head straight to the site’s antiques section for rooster cutting boards, spongeware mugs, and other nostalgic wares.

For All-American AppealNora Murphy Country HouseNora Murphy served as EVP of Style and Advertising at Ethan Allen before launching her lifestyle blog that champions a distinctly New England-esque take on a country life. You can shop her “Hunt Club” collections by category (soft goods, baskets, artwork).

For Rustic-Industrial RelicsToll Gate RevivalShop via Instagram @tollgaterevivalOwner Seth Hunter named his Pittsburgh outfit named after his grandfather’s farm. It stays well stocked with both furniture (leather Chesterfield sofas, cool club chairs) alongside graphic signs, assorted flags, Federal mirrors, and more.

For Visually Graphic SmallsSouth Porch AntiquesShop via Instagram @southporchIf you’re a serious collector, you’ve likely already run across the Kennys at Round Top, Brimfield, and past Country Living Fairs. Be sure to follow them on Instagram for their thrice weekly posted beautifully styled vignettes featuring items up for grabs. Things get scooped up quickly!

For French and Swedish FindsDreamy WhitesSwoon-worthy Swedish furniture mingle alongside French and Belgian collectibles such as bread boards, linens, ironstone, and oil paintings.

For Rustic Cabin CollectionsGenesee RiverShop via Instagram @geneseerivertradingFrom twig and leaf frames and fishing creels to graphic hand-painted signs and one-of-a-kind folk art pieces, this Pennsylvania source is our go-to source for anything cabin related. They post new finds regularly so make their IG feed a daily visit.

For Sophisticated ScoresThrough the PortholeA staple of California’s Long Beach Antique Market, this husband-wife shop is a resource for mostly neutral pottery, cutting boards, and wooden stools.

For Industrial LightingFactory 20This Virginia shop has a host of unique finds but we’re especially fond of its selection of pendants, sconces, chandeliers, and desk lamps.

For a Whole Lot of PrettyPlain GoodsThe “Antique and Vintage” section of this Connecticut shop includes a miscellany of home decor including framed needlework and porcelain lamps as well as furniture and clothing.


For Mid Century LoversUrban AmericanaOccupying a 16,000-square-foot warehouse in Long Beach, California, this delightful store has plenty of furniture to be found along with cool old signage, midcentury enamel fireplaces, and a stockpile of old skateboards.

For Statement PiecesScout Design StudioFrom a Louis XVI sideboard to acrylic nesting tables, you never know what you’ll find from this cool Dallas, Texas emporium. They’ll lacquer, stain, or reupholster as needed.

For a Wealth of WovensBobs Beach Chic TreasuresLovers of bamboo and rattan should proceed straight to this site for a wide assortment of headboards, tables, mirrors, and more.

For Floridian FlairMary and WilmaWith her assortment of brass animal figurines, bamboo furniture, and a wide array of wicker, Beth Hubrich’s tropical-ish emporium feels like stepping into the den of your cool Great Aunt who up and moved to Florida.

For Cool-French-Girl FindsElsie GreenNorthern Californian Laurie Furber handpicks pieces from flea markets in France and Belgium to stock her aesthetically pleasing site. Don’t miss the “Tag Sale” section, which, last we checked, included a $5,995 baker’s cabinet marked down to $995.

For Stately English AntiquesThe Parsons’ Nose AntiquesMichigan-based dealer Brad Stanwick has a background in art history and specializes in 17th and 18th century English oak furniture—the type of pieces you’d find in a well appointed English country house. His pricing is also incredibly reasonable for this sort of thing.

For European Antiques & Garden GoodsAdams Antiques & The PotagerPeruse an impressively up-to-date selection of fine European antiques, including furniture (buffets, sideboards, cupboards), artwork (oil paintings, lithographs), and decorative objects (lighting, bread boards, stoneware). You’ll have to call or email to order, but it’s worth the extra effort!For Refined Country ClassicsFound BirminghamShop via Instagram @foundbhamWord to the wise: You’ll have to act fast when Found founder Sonia Davis posts an item to Instagram—pieces tend to get snatched up quickly, and you’ll soon see why. We’re still kicking ourselves about the one that got away (a Georgian mahogany washstand, if you’re curious).

For Midcentury MainstaysAt 1st SightThis Brooklyn boutique has a good range of sleek, reasonably priced mid-century and boho-friendly pieces. We call dibs on the gingham trundle day bed and the fiberglass Herman Miller desk chair.

For Palm Beach PatinaCirca WhoA longtime favorite resource of designers, this Florida fixture features a happy helping of Hollywood Regency pieces, plus bamboo and rattan.

For Old Florida FavoritesPalm Beach RegencyOwner Korinne Belock curates a 5,000-square-foot showroom of faux bamboo, Chinese Chippendale, ginger jars and more.

For Industrial AppealRejuvenationDon’t miss the “Antiques” tab of this popular retailer, which includes everything from industrial stools and lockers to traditional stepback cupboards. They also stock a large selection of nice vintage lighting.

For Higher-End Hidden GemsJayson Home FleaThe popular Chicago boutique features a not-to-miss vintage shopping tab on its website where you can peruse all sorts of case goods, seating, and curiosities.

For Storied Statement PiecesEast End SalvageInterior designer Kaci Lyford and her husband Robert travel the globe to curate this impressive collection of European antiques and architectural salvage.

For Keen-Eyed CurationBlack Sheep AntiquesShop via Instagram @black_sheep_and_coOwner Barbara Adkins enthusiasm for antiques is contagious. (Even her garden shed is chock full of dreamy finds.) She hand-picks every item in her Harpersville, Alabama, boutique and frequently posts narrated videos so that you can enjoy a virtual spin through the shop.

For Crusty Cool FavoritesFarmhowzShop via Instagram @farmhowzIf your style leans a little more rustic, it’s easy to get lost in the site’s oak file cabinets, elementary school benches, and butcher block tables of this Pennsylvania purveyor.

For Highly Curated Collections86 VintageShop furniture by style (Primitive, Modern, Western, English…), then delight in the site’s quirkier home accents (a stained glass duck lamp, brass tassel bookends).

For French FineryLolo French AntiquesThis eclectic (and massive!) collection of French antiques includes walnut tilt-top tables, painted commodes, and medallion-back dining chairs.

For Dutch DelightsAmsterdam ModernThis Los Angeles outfit sources midcentury pieces from—you guessed it—Amsterdam, and while not everything may be your country cup of tea there’s a surprisingly good selection of pieces that will be, including carved log benches, beer garden seating, and enameled factory lamps.

For Highly Covetable Case GoodsThe Renner ProjectAustin designer Kimberly Renner runs this store and studio known for its high-style selection. You’ll have to reach out directly to inquire about the pieces, but they have a good selection of inventory online along with pricing info.

For Fine Period PiecesAndrew Spindler Antiques & DesignAndrew Spindler, a lifelong collector, curates this Massachusetts shop filled with higher end goods that are a joy to browse for design inspiration, even if your budget is limited.

For North Fork NoveltiesBeall and BellShop via Instagram @beallandbellVisitors to this shop’s Main Street brick-and-mortar in Northport, New York, already know it’s a destination that draws designers and tastemakers away from the Hamptons in the name of off-the-beaten-path picking, but now you’re in on the secret, too.

For Continental ClassicsFireside AntiquesIf you can’t make it to Fireside’s 18,000-square-foot showroom in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, take heart that the online outpost showcases plenty of its 18th, 19th, and 20th century pieces from England, France, Italy, and beyond.


For Bold-Fashioned BaublesGrandmillennial ShopShoppable categories include “bows,” “needlepoint,” and “Blue Willow china,” which tells you pretty much everything you need to know about this design source for the bold-fashioned.

For Pretty PrepThrills of the HuntIf words like “chintz” and “lettuce ware” make your heart skip a beat, then scoot on over to this cozy nook of the internet. And, yes, there’s a whole section devoted to all things blue and white.

For Colorful CuriositiesCurated & CompanyTake your pick from pink porcelain (there’s a lot of it!), coral wicker lamps, cobalt trinket dishes, and other vivid vintage finds that’ll have your inner hostess swooning.

For Oyster Plate PerfectionHalf Shell AntiquesShop via Instagram @halfshellantiquesSouth Carolinian Hannah McCullough shucks out an impressive assortment of the indented dishware from the 1800s and 1900s.


For Playtime PatinaThe Toys Time ForgotShop by decade (think 1950s, 60s, 70s, and 80s) at this Ohio-based outfit-slash-trip down memory lane.

For Kid Wears with WhimsyPetit Pays VintageThis UK-based outfitter specializes in midcentury clothes for newborns to teens. Fun fact: Owner Anna Berthe worked with the costume department of Matilda the Musical to help bring characters to life.

For Budding Baguette EnthusiastsMinots VintageShop via Instagram @minotsvintageBrowse a tres chic assortment of French kids’ apparel 1950s to 1980s. The last we looked, there was a size 10/12 vintage red-and-green tartan capelet that’s just begging for a trip to the Christmas tree farm.

For Adorable DudsBallyhoo VintageSpecializing in unworn old store stock, this Pennsylvania shop’s kid’s section is filled with nostalgic pieces that’ll make you smile: Poodle skirts, rockabilly shirts, school sweaters. There’s not a ton to browse, but each piece feels special.

For a Board Game BevyTimeWarp ToysIf you dream of having a cabinet that stays stocked with fabulously faded editions of Chutes and Ladders, Clue, Monopoly, and more, consider this your new favorite resource. Don’s Game Closet also has a huge (slightly overwhelming) selection.


For American FlagsJeff R. Bridgman AntiquesBased in Pennsylvania (York County, to be specific), dealer Jeff Bridgman stocks more than 3,000 star-studded specimens, many of which date to the 19th century. (He also appraised the only surviving flag thought to be made by Betsy Ross.)

For Colonial ClassicsAnthony BarattaIf you’re familiar with this highly esteemed East Coast tastemaker who served as the 2018 Designer-in-Residence for Colonial Williamsburg, you can likely imagine the selection: red-painted Victorian beds, brass andirons, hooked wall hangings. The “Antiques & Vintage” assortment admittedly isn’t huge, but it’s bona fide Barrata.For Striking SignageEagles Eye FindsSometimes online shopping doesn’t serve up that same “thrill of discovery” as rifling through tables in the wild, but this site somehow manages to conjure the feeling of the former. Start by perusing the wide assortment of felt pennants, then check out the salvage signage.

For Northeastern NoveltiesJuniper VintageShop via Instagram @junipervintageThis colorful shop and Brimfield favorite sources its selection—graphic oyster tins, vintage postcards, peppy pennants, retro souvenir t-shirts—in and around New England.


For Carpet ConsultationSwoon RugsWhile working in the e-design world, owner and “chief rug slinger” Tabi Mund struggled to find rugs for her clients. Now she curates her own assortment and is happy to consult with you (for free) to find just the right one.

For the Just-Right RunnerHazel HouseInspired by her mother’s love of design, Elizabeth Lee curates a collection of beautiful vintage Turkish rugs on the more affordable end of the spectrum. You’ll find a little of everything, but we’re partial to the wide array of runners.

For Refreshingly Accessible OfferingsRevival RugsBrowse a mix of reasonably priced vintage and new pieces from this robust resource that has offices in Istanbul, Casablanca, Mumbai, and Oakland, California.

For Southwestern SpiritShiprock Santa FeOwned by a fifth generation art dealer, Shiprock offers an eye-catching selection of Navajo rugs and blankets as well as Native American jewelry, Pueblo pottery, baskets, and folk art by leading Native American artists.

For Turkish TextilesBlue Parakeet RugsThis Los Angeles outfit usually showcases new arrivals first on Instagram, so follow @blueparakeetrugs to call dibs. You can also shop some of the dealer’s wares on Anthropologie.

For Perfectly Worn-in PiecesFrances LoomThere’s a whole lot of pretty to explore in this shop, which includes a section of rugs under $500 as well as vintage rugs turned pillows. While you’re there, be sure to check out the vintage artwork.

For Global GetsCanary LaneFounder Meredith MacDougall found herself smitten with textiles during a college trip abroad. She’s since visited more than 30 countries in the name of connecting you with the perfect one-of-a-kind piece.

For Moroccan MainstaysCoco CarpetsOwner Carly Sanders first learned of the Berber tribes of Morocco during an art history class and has remained on the lookout for vintage handmade pieces from the region.

For (Almost) Instant GratificationNew England LoomSet an alert now, because every Sunday at 8:00 P.M. EST this shop is restocked with pretty new pieces sourced by husband-and-wife duo Josh and Lindsay Graziano. Pieces typically ship out within 3 to 5 days.

For an Extensive SelectionThe Vintage Rug ShopDon’t be misled by the name: In addition to beautiful textiles (floor rugs, scatter rugs, prayer rugs…) sourced by owner Brittany Chinaglia, this California shop features a wide array of furniture and other decorative goods.

For Higher-End Finds and TapestriesShahkar Fine CarpetsShahkar (“masterpiece” in Farsi) is a collection of extraordinary antique Oriental rugs curated over 50 years by textile expert Iraj Noorollah, who emigrated to the United States from Iran in 1963. Today, the Shahkar collection is curated by Iraj’s daughter, Sheila, and includes 1,200 antique carpets — most at least 75 years old — and 100 tapestries dating from the 16th through 19th centuries.

For Swedish Rag RugsThe Country Gallery AntiquesIf you’re looking for a long runner for your stairs or hallway, this South Carolina dealer is a good place to start. While you’re there, check out her other Scandinavian antiques. We’re partial to the copper candy molds and are pretty sure once you see what a mangleboard is, you’ll want one for yourself.


For Antique French FabricsTextile TrunkBased in Vermont, owner Wendy Lewis lived in Europe for more than a decade and has a well-trained eye for textiles that include French ticking, grain sacks, and tassel tiebacks. We’ve also clicked “add to cart” a few too many times for her stock of stair runners and rag rugs.

For Playful PrintsRevival FabricsProprietor Nan Jaeger’s mother was a seamstress for 35 years, thus instilling a love of fabric. Today, her online boutique is a favorite of costume designers seeking lively, period appropriate motifs.

For Nostalgia-Inducing WallpaperHannah’s TreasuresNo repro prints here! A mother-daughter team runs this shop of authentically old wallpaper rolls dating to the early 1900s. Set decorator Ellen Christiansen (The Marvelous Miss Maisel) has noted it as a favorite resource.

For A Wall Wake-Up-CallRosie’s Vintage WallpaperBrowsing this shop, which specializes in wallpaper from the 1930s to the 1970s, is an instant mood-lifter thanks to happy and nostalgic prints including vibrant red apples, ditsy florals, and circus poodles.

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