Best Vintage Housewares: Online

Best Vintage Housewares: Online

Sarah Coffey
Dec 21, 2009

>> Online Vintage Shops on Marketplace

This year Apartment Therapy launched Marketplace, a new site designed to help our readers discover (and rediscover) great shops and resources for their homes. Click below for some of our favorite online vintage retailers to bookmark.

  1. H is for Home: What we love best about this vintage and modern craft home store is how they organize their products into sets — modest, homey vignettes where all the little details that make the scene are for sale.
  2. Three Potato Four: Impeccable vintage finds online — that is what Three Potato Four is all about. Run by Janet Morales & Stu Eli, this compendium of wonderful things has been around for a little over two years and is going strong.
  3. Blue Bell Bazaar: Gosia is the proprietor of Blue Bell Bazaar, an exceptional Etsy shop featuring mainly vintage items. In a business that's all about having a good eye, the picking and choosing here is spot-on.
  4. Mothology: Mothology's collection of vintage-inspired decorative objects is a great place to look for bell jars and glass domes, baskets, unique tabletop pieces and elegant furnishings.
  5. Tini Store: It's rare that we find a store that not only has a selection of furniture and accessories that remind us of an awesome flea market stall but that also has prices that remind us more of craigslist than an LA showroom.
  6. Arthur's Circus: The boutique carries a well-edited selection of vintage and new hard-to-find items.
  7. Bar Keeper: You'll find gadgets, glassware, bars, books and beakers, as well as a variety of new and vintage barware - including many hard to find collectibles - at this boutique.
  8. Craigslist: We love Craigslist, but sometimes it feels like a badly behaved lover. Craigslist requires constant maintenance and you never know if you're going to get a call back. But, just often enough, you end up with a real peach.
  9. High Street Market: Interior designer Kelly Galvin Robson has a good eye for classic vintage housewares. She collects pieces from flea markets, antique stores, estate sales, and auctions, and sells them on her Etsy shop, High Street Market.
  10. The Loaded Trunk: Founded by global shopper Roni Jaco, the Loaded Trunk is an online source for textiles, artwork, and housewares.

Photo: H is for Home

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