As much as modern, sleek, and 21st-century-esque items may catch our eyes, there’s nothing quite like the aesthetics vintage home goods, clothing, apothecary, and accessories offer to everyday life. Despite dating back as far as the 1910s, classic antiques are far from going out of style. Vintage items add a unique spin to any living space or outfit, and for fashion gurus, they take away the fear of accidentally matching with someone else. Fortunately, despite the fact that everything else in the world is moving so fast, there are still plenty of spots around the Triangle that’ll let you experience a blast to the past.
18 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, NC 27603
The Vintage Shop for 1900s fashion lovers. Offered selections include clothes of all types, dresses dated back to the 1920s, accessories, apothecary, cards, and candles.
9300 Durant Rd, Raleigh, NC 27614
Your vintage home decor one stop shop. Antique furniture and decorations for styles ranging from Farmhouse to French Country to “Shabby Chic.”
302 S West St, Raleigh, NC 27603
Mid Century Modern home furnishing and vintage clothing for hip women and men of all ages. Antiques ranging from glassware to music to ceramics.
219 Bickett Blvd, Raleigh, NC 27608
Exclusive home decor pieces chosen for the artist at heart. Each antique sold here is said to have a wit and style of its own. You’ll find whatever you need to beautify your modern decor home.
300 W Hargett St #24, Raleigh, NC 27601
True to its name, this shop provides customers with one-of-a-kind modern furnishings that embrace the past while looking towards the future. Vintage, upcycled, and new products from local, rising artisans.
122 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, NC 27603
Designer vintage clothing for both women and men, along with gently used jewelry and accessories. For the 20th century fashionista at heart.
115 W Chatham St, Cary, NC 27511
Marketed as a “Jewelry heaven,” this is the shop for every woman who’s ever wanted to reverse time and become a 20th century model. Here you’ll find the most fashionably elegant antiques, furniture, jewelry, and gifts.
6917 Capital Blvd, Raleigh, NC 27616
Arguably the most popular antique shop, or rather mall in Wake County, you’ll find rare classics not seen anywhere else. For anyone with a vintage collection, you’re bound to find a one-of-kind treasure to add to your vintage linens, kitchenware, estate jewelry, or antique furniture.
213 W Main St, Durham, NC 27701
The best spot in Durham for truly unique vintage fashion accessories and clothing. If you pride yourself on your vintage style and feminine grace, Dolly’s is the shop for you.
1001 W Chapel Hill St, Durham, NC 27701
Another favorite among Durham locals, Gibson Girl Vintage offers a vintage experience for the whole family. Women, men, and children are able to choose from a large selection of 20th century clothing that’ll help fill up their wardrobe in no time. For those who like to add an artistic flair to their interior design, home decor offered here include art, lighting, and stationary.
2050 Clark Ave, Raleigh, NC 27605
Located in Cameron Village, this antique mall is a favorite among Raleigh residents. As the name suggests, Cheshire cat is more focused on the artistic side of vintage goods, namely jewelry and home decor. This “underground” antique multi-dealer mall offers one of the largest and oldest collections of everything from furniture to estate jewelry to fine art, sculptures, Japanese Kimonos, ancient artifacts, and more.
1515 Capital Blvd #1, Raleigh, NC 27603
Marketed as both a treasure hunter’s and designer’s dream, Revival offers a 2-stop shop consisting of both a showroom and warehouse. You’ll find a mix of both vintage and new furniture creatively arranged for interior inspiration in their showroom. And you’ll have a choice of taking vintage goods as-is or allowing the Revival Team to transform single pieces into one-of-a-kind home decor in their warehouse.
103 S Main St, Rolesville, NC 27571
One of the only vintage spots in Rolesville, here you’ll find seasonal decor prime for year-round decorating and holiday gift-giving. Boho furnishing and rustic interior design seem to be the theme here, as you’re sure to find a house-full amount of items that’ll add aesthetics to your living space like never before.