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16 Best Websites For Vintage Furniture, Lighting And Decor (PHOTOS)

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If you love vintage furnishings but have absolutely zero time to go on the hunt at estate sales, thrift shops and flea markets, we have some very good news for you: It's never been easier to find the good stuff from the comfort of your home. Yes, there's eBay. However, sifting the bad from the good on that marketplace could be a full-time job in itself. Instead, take a look at these 16 websites that do the digging for you.

  • Hunters Alley
    The newly-launched counterpart to favorite site One Kings Lane, Hunters Alley features vintage finds (and handmade goods) at a price point that's a little friendlier than its fabulous sister. Its curated selection means there's less clutter and more incredible things that would normally take weeks of hunting to find, such as this framed Eastern Airlines poster. Which brings us to...
  • One Kings Lane
    Still one of the best places to find unique home goods. Products are added daily, which is perfect for feeding your antique addictions (and need to buy bright red desks). And did we mention that it's all at a discount?
  • Dering Hall
    The decor inspiration site just launched a marketplace featuring high-end goods from top designers. It's not primarily geared towards a vintage market, however, you can find a bunch of great vintage finds -- like this fabulous bronze jaguar sculpture from Curious Yellow Design.
  • Jayson Home Flea
    Statement pieces are the name of the game at Jayson Home's vintage department. We fell in love with the vintage brass console (which can be yours for the price of one editor's first studio apartment rent), but check out the "Curiosities" section. Scattered in the mix are wallet-friendly objets d'art, like vintage hotel key chains.
  • Second Shout Out
    This is where you can find a vintage version of everything you have in your home...and everything you could ever want in your home. An impressive resource for sure, right down to the 1979 Volkswagen Beetle for sale.
  • Viyet
    A new consignment resource that generally featured pre-loved designer furnishings. While most of the stock is of a newer vintage, antique items pop up frequently, like this Curtis Jere sculpture.
  • I Like Mike's Midcentury Modern
    If you've ever had your heart broken over a promising midcentury find that ended up being a little too worse for the wear, you'll want to give Mike a call. The proprietor of this Brooklyn shop dutifully restores midcentury modern furnishings back to a glorious condition. This is especially true for tables -- these wood grain Formica end tables are just begging for a new home.
  • LushPad
    Buy, sell and request midcentury furnishings to your heart's content at this marketplace geared towards MCM enthusiasts. Because it's user-driven, selection varies. But luckily, you can sift through the finds by location. Is this kidney-shaped table with hidden bar in your neck of the woods?
  • 1st Dibs
    For those of you who crave provenance with their antiques, this is the site for you. "Price upon request" is a frequently spotted phrase. We probably don't even want to know what this coffee table in lacquered goat skin with mirrored interior goes for.
  • SalvageOne
    The place to find gorgeous vintage lighting from a wide variety of eras.
  • Factory20
    Incredible decorative arts and furnishings that would add instant character to any home. In addition to the standard categories of antiques (lighting, seating, storage, art, etc.), you'll find an "oddities" section that makes for a great distraction for your day. We have our eye on this butcher shop sign.
  • Etsy.com/shop/purchasepast
    There isn't a huge selection, but there's a respective selection of seating. Industrial school house and midcentury are strongly represented. Stick to local sellers to save on shipping.
  • Rejuvenation
    The perfect place to find old house parts, particularly when it comes to (restored) lighting.
  • Olde Good Things
    This is basically the holiday Neiman Marcus catalog for anyone who loves vintage. Prices trend towards the steep end, but the incredible selection of antique, vintage and industrial finds make for great window shopping. We'd definitely take this antique knotty pine paneled room with marble mantel for our fantasy mansion please.
  • eBay
    The store behind the DIY Network series "Salvage Dawgs," this is where to go when you need things like...an intact movie theatre facade. Yes, you can buy that through their eBay shop.
  • Architectural Salvage Warehouse
    Located in Vermont, this salvage retailer is where to go if you're the type of person who dreams of vintage doorknobs and old church doors. Prices are listed on the website, but you'll have to get in touch with the shop in order to buy.

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