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When decorating our spaces, upcycled or vintage items aren’t only sustainable, they’re also typically one-of-a-kind. That’s why we’re big fans of online vintage shops, which are easier to find than ever before, making the most obscure object yours with a few simple clicks.

We’ve found nine global shops on Etsy, a certified B Corp, offering everything from ceramic sets to retro art to take your vintage-inspired space to the next level. Let’s get to curating, y’all!

PS: If you love vintage everything, check out our guides covering secondhand clothing, vintage denim, and vintage home goods.

1. Copenhagen Collected

Based In | Copenhagen, Denmark
Best For | Vintage ceramics
Price Range | Ceramics starting at $31.68

Inspired by her past lives as an art historian, photographer, and archaeologist, founder Alva launched Copenhagen Collected in 2018. Today, she scours the flea markets and secondhand shops of Copenhagen, Denmark, to find the best affordable vintage pieces, particularly for your kitchen. With a keen attention to detail, she’s sourced incredible ceramic sets for food, drink, and beyond.

2. 605MOD 

Based In | Havre de Grace, Maryland
Best For | Vintage dressers & credenzas
Price Range | Dressers & credenzas starting at $650

605MOD prides themselves on curating mid-century modern furniture to fit a vintage 21st century lifestyle. Based out of Maryland, 605MOD offers hundreds of furniture items and shares details on materials, sizing, and imperfections for the most informed decision. Best of all, many pieces come in a set, so converting to a space inspired by the 1950-1970s has never been easier.

3. Sourced Modern 

Based In | Richmond, Virginia
Best For | Vintage lighting
Price Range | Lighting starting at $40

Sourced Modern helps add a little vintage flair to your home with modern design objects and art from the 20th century. Started by Matt Brown out of Richmond, Virginia, you can find anything from salt-and-pepper shakers, to Western Germany pottery, to vintage art and design books. We love the mix of industrial and abstract options for both table and floor lamps, most of which are free to ship.

4. Dressing Rooms Interior Studio

Based In | North Carolina
Best For | Vintage mirrors
Price Range | Mirrors start at $125

Dressing Rooms Interior Studio, founded by tastemaker Ariene Bethea, began on sites like Etsy and Chairish, and has now grown into a full design studio in North Carolina. Featuring ornate mirrors and unique wall art, you’ll find pieces that reflect Bethea’s penchant for color and pattern. Shop the studio in-person (pick up is available), get smaller items delivered, or if you fall in love with a larger piece, you can opt for white glove shipping anywhere in the US.

5. Kibster 

Based In | New Smyrna Beach, Florida
Best For | Vintage kitchen- & barware
Price Range | Kitchen- & barware starting at $12

For minimalist, modern, and Scandinavian aesthetics, check out Kibster. Expertly curated by Kim Roberts, a self-named treasure hunter and photographer, her Etsy space boasts extremely affordable kitchenware, barware, and home decor that are light on patterns but full on design and quality. With nearly 3,000 positive sales and reviews, you’re sure to find plenty of treasured gems here, too.

6. Secrets of the Past

Based In | Ostend, Belgium
Best For | Antique furniture
Price Range | Furniture starting at $139.30

If vintage craftsmanship and aesthetics are your thing, you’ll love Secrets of the Past, influenced by 1920s Belgian tradition. As owner Dirk explains, Belgian carpenters a century ago had to prove their talents by building unique wall cabinets, and today he’s found some that are truly one-of-a-kind. From cabinets to stools to side tables, you’ll be sure to impress with these antique finds.

7. The White Pepper 

Based In | Forest, Virginia
Best For | Vintage art & books
Price Range | Art & books starting at $32

After spending years thrifting and shopping at antique stores alongside her mother, founder Christina became a lifelong fan of vintage goods. Her Etsy store, The White Pepper, is an ode to her mid-century and retro vintage finds, including assortments of pre-loved books, exquisite candelabras, and stunning framed art. Ideal for more modern interiors focused on colors and aesthetics, more than 5,000 happy customers have had a seamless experience.

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