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Step through the looking glass and enter a world where the bizarre is beautiful at Hoodoo Antiques & Design. This shop boasts an unusual collection of furniture, artwork, light fixtures and collectibles, with a smattering of taxidermy, posters and more. Created using down-on-their-luck antiques and collectibles, Hoodoo's collection is a mass of oddities that have been brought back to life in an intriguing way that goes beyond simple restoration. Unusual treasures and statement pieces that are sure to enliven your home decor are easy enough to find at Hoodoo Antiques & Design; choosing just one of the many on offer is what promises to be the true challenge. The store also offer prop rentals, and can be visited outside open hours by appointment.
This is not just another stop on the Sellwood District's Antique Row, and true antique collectors will not want to miss this. Whether you have a child who is into old-time toys or you collect them for yourself, plan to spend hours going through this store's selection. The bright shop also features a selection of antiques ranging from the knick-knacks to the rare, high-priced items. Whether expensive or not, each piece is hand-picked and a treasure in its own right.
Owner Stephanie Sheldon has transformed this part of an old post-office building into a treasure-trove that overflows with charming antiques and trinkets. Located in the quaint Sunnyside neighborhood, Noun: A Person's Place For Things attracts customers from all over, but mostly those who understand art and have a flair for collecting precious pieces. The collection here includes handmade items and cards by local artists, cursive typewriters, vintage furniture and accessories and almost every item has a story that inspires nostalgia. It is not uncommon to get lost for hours browsing through the treasure.
Packed to the rafters with antiques and salvaged garden ornaments, Monticello Antique Marketplace is a must-visit for home decorators, collectors and enthusiasts. Add a touch of romance and old-world charm to your home by introducing ornate vintage furniture and accents, and turn your backyard into a charming garden with classic patio furniture. The market is divided into organized booths with collections from over 100 dealers, each showcasing antique rugs, wrought iron chairs, oak cabinets, chests and various other items. Occasional exhibitions are also held where dealers showcase the rarest of rare pieces. And since all the browsing and treasure hunting is sure to leave you famished, don't forget to stop by Monti's Cafe at the back for a bite.
Located on SE Hawthorne, this thrift store specializes in vintage furniture and home accessories. With a staggeringly large inventory that spans couches, dressers, chandeliers, lamps, cabinets, racks, bookshelves, clocks, chests, rugs and various other fixtures, shopping here can take hours. The warehouse-like space is not cramped and the collection is also quite organized. Most of the furniture is mid-century modern or vintage; perfect to amp up the retro element in your home decor. Great bargains and discounts can be scored on every piece; but don't hesitate to buy something that catches your eye as the inventory turns over pretty quickly and before you know it that product will be gone!
The collection on offer at the Antique Alley is nothing if not eclectic, composed of the individual collections of over 90 vendors. Spread over a spacious showroom on the lower level of the Hollywood 42nd Street Station, Antique Alley is home to a myriad of treasures from the past. Time seems to stand still, rewind and move forward again as you browse through a varied collection of everything from clothing, accessories, furniture and jewelry, to books, music, toys, military memorabilia, posters, artwork, kitchenware and more. Filled to the brim with vintage and antique pieces galore, the Antique Alley is a treasure trove of discoveries waiting to be uncovered.
Located in Westmoreland, Stars Antiques Mall brings the collections of more than 200 dealers of vintage furniture and antiques under one single roof. Since starting out in 1990, this antique market has remained a favored destination with enthusiasts, decorators and collectors in Portland. The vast collection spans valuable artworks, salvaged items, textiles, silverware, showpieces, furnishings and retro items. Watch out for the clearance sale to score good deals on these rare finds.