This is a seleccion of top vintage stores in New York City.
For those of you who love vintage design this are places you must visit!
As a Minnesota-based, privately owned company, Room & Board has been designing home furnishings for more than 30 years. You will find beautiful, thoughtful designs, natural materials shaped, welded and woven by dedicated craftspeople across the United States. And you will find all these things at an exceptional value. But most importantly, wishing that you find inspiration.
1stdibs to deliver their exclusive collection of unique items to discerning customers around the world. 1stdibs brings together more than 1,500 of the most prestigious international dealers of antiques, vintage furniture and design, fine art, estate jewelry, vintage couture and fine homes, granting customers instant access to luxury goods of the highest quality.
Vintage Thrift is a nonprofit New York thrift shop founded in 2000 and located near Gramercy Park. Proceeds benefit The United Jewish Council of the East Side. Sell fine and costume jewelry, antiques, furniture. Their merchandise assortment varies daily— one day you might find a 1960’s Danish Modern bedroom set, three days later a barely-used contemporary sofa, the next week a Victorian oak dining table and chairs.
Regeneration was founded in 1993 by Valerie Guariglia and Christine Miele. What began as a passion for collecting mid-century furniture and objects evolved into a thriving business partnership. They displayed their well edited collection in a small East Village store front. It quickly became a retail destination and relaxed social scene for furniture dealers, decorators and design enthusiasts. Quickly outgrew their space on East 10th Street and opened their current SOHO location at 38 Renwick Street. During their 20 years of business they have established an impeccable reputation within the design community.