Vintage Home Furnishings

Contemporary or classic, these stores have you covered

click to enlarge Silvia Darcy, one of five vendors for Fray, inside the Coeur d'Alene shop. - MEGHAN KIRK
Meghan Kirk
Silvia Darcy, one of five vendors for Fray, inside the Coeur d'Alene shop.

Boulevard Mercantile We don't know where the folks at Boulevard Mercantile find their stuff, but we're sure glad they're on the hunt for those industrial-chic lockers and dry goods bins, schoolhouse chairs, vintage cameras, galvanized steel buckets, rustic wooden bins and shabby-chic Adirondack chairs we love. 1905 N. Monroe St. Spokane, Wash. • 327-7547

Fray Want furniture with some character that's not made from cheap particle board? Don't want to shell out tons of cash? That's why you shop at Fray, one of a string of charming upcycled shops in Coeur d'Alene's midtown. Six vendors sell vintage and upcycled home furnishings here. You'll see fewer shabby-chic stylings here, more mid-century modern or old Hollywood glamour. 811 N. 4th St. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-664-5311 •

Fresh Design Gallery and Vintage Rental This isn't just another place to buy chic vintage furniture and home décor (although they do have a great selection) — you can also rent vintage "props" for weddings and other events, or rent out their Gathering Room for your next meeting. They'll also be your stylist and florist. 116 N. Lefevre St. Medical Lake, Wash. • 991-7577 •

Him & Her Vintage Furniture The cheery yellow-and-red storefront of Him & Her Vintage Furniture just makes sense in the South Perry neighborhood. Stop by next time you're in the area and you'll find things like vintage metal floral trays, antique school desks, wonderfully painted upcycled furniture, cool old trunks and bikes galore. 1110 S. Perry St. Spokane, Wash. • 217-7294 •

Lucky Vintage and Pretty Things  Previously Lucky Detour, Lucky Vintage and Pretty Things has a darling mix of new and vintage items that are carefully selected to be inspiring and stylish. And with a variety of home décor, clothing and accessories, you can walk out with a new look for your kitchen and for yourself as well. 1930 S. Inland Empire Way Spokane, Wash. • 321-7230 •

My Favorite Things With more than 30 dealers filling 16,000 square feet of space, this vendor mall has something for everyone. The selection of antiques, tools, collectibles, books and furniture changes nearly every day, There's so much to see, they even offer free coffee, tea and cookies so you can browse for hours. 503 E. Seltice Way Post Falls, Idaho • 208-773-4110

Paint in my Hair Paint in my Hair is like a day spa for furniture. Furniture goes in old and faded, and comes out restored and ready for a new life. This shop is great for picking up charming, upcycled vintage furniture without the hassle of painting it yourself. Or, if you'd rather try your hand at it, stop by for a workshop. 3036 N. Monroe St. Spokane, Wash. • 326-6999 •

Paris Antiques Let the folks at Paris Antiques do the yard sale hunting for you. They gather their impressive inventory from vintage shows and local estate sales in the area. It changes nearly every day, so check back frequently, but you're always likely to find typewriters, clocks, vintage furniture and high-end upholstery fabrics by the yard at wholesale prices. 823 N. 4th St. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-659-3121 || 1815 N. 4th St. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-659-3121

Rare and Retro Vintage  There are treasures to be found at Rare and Retro, and thanks to careful staging and selective buying, you don't have to hunt through shelves of junk to find them here. This thrift shop in the Emerson-Garfield neighborhood stages its shop with themed vignettes, to help you score mid-century modern starbursts for your living room or the shabby-chic dresser you need for your daughter's room. 27 W. Indiana Ave. • 863-5762

Rebel Junk  All those projects on Pinterest you've been meaning to try — you know, the ones that transform old dressers with milk paint or turn old pages from books into cool, decorative garlands? You'll find them completed here at Rebel Junk (previously just Junk). Stop in for a cool, upcycled porch swing or a reupholstered, painted wingback chair. 802 N. 4th St. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 360-689-5622 •

Roost Vintage Home You'd never guess that the tiny Roost storefront in downtown Spokane has nearly 6,000 square feet of gems hidden behind it. Step inside and you'll find a 12-vendor co-op stocking vintage light fixtures, suitcases, theater seats, rugs and mirrors of all kinds. 7 W. Main Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 456-2552 •

Tossed and Found Tossed and Found offers the perfect mix of vintage and modern treasures at great prices. Find repurposed mid-century furniture, timeless cast-iron pans, old and new clocks and other wall décor from nearly every era. 2607 N. Monroe St. Spokane, Wash. • 325-2607 •

Two Women Vintage Goods  This charming mother/daughter-run shop in Carnegie Square specializes in award-winning, hand-painted scherenschnitte (scissor-cut paper), hand-painted, Shaker-style boxes and jewelry made with semi-precious gemstones, vintage finds and precious metals. 112 S. Cedar St. Spokane, Wash. • 951-0523 •

United Hillyard Antique Mall Before Pinterest, before the Farm Chicks and before chalk paint took the U.S. by storm, Hillyard Antique Mall was collecting and selling high-quality antiques and collectibles that span from china and figurines, to bassinets, bar stools, clocks, toys and dressers. With two floors and some 18 vendors, you're guaranteed to find something new every time you visit. 5016 N. Market St. Spokane, Wash. • 483-2647 •

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