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The Vintage Supply Co: This adorable Etsy shop used to have a location called Moderna Muerte, which is now closed. Now, the Vintage Supply Co is available online, and will soon have a shop in Lake Worth/West Palm Beach, Florida. Founded in 2005, the goal of this shop was to help furnish “a vintage life.” Vintage Supply Co specializes in 1950s-1970s vintage clothing, accessories, and furniture, with new product uploaded every week.
Above: Pair of Vintage Salterini Wrought Iron Patio Chairs, $500
Vintage Looks: Founded in 1998 in Philadelphia, Vintage Looks provides a widespread array of both new and vintage goods. What initially began as a small online vintage clothing store, slowly evolved into the vintage furniture store it is today. The shop also has vintage lighting, housewares, appliances, and accessories in stock. It mostly consists of mid-century modern product, and other styles that are more “retro” in feel. Note: Although they aren’t really vintage, this shop also sells those adorable miniature chairs — I’m dying for a mini Marshmallow sofa!
Above: Ornamental Nippo Vintage Clock, $55
Funky Retro Table Lamp, $65
BackGarage: All items in this Chicago-based online shop are sourced from estate sales, auctions, thrift stores, junk shoes, and antique stores all across the Midwest United States. While its style is definitely mid-century modern, this little shop loves its color. Oranges, reds, and yellows are what reign here — a refreshing change from the standard teak-wood bonanza of most mid-century shops. I particularly love the low priced books, dishes, and kitchen accessories.
Above: Vintage Industrial 18-drawer Flat File Type Cabinet, $200
Large Red Plastic Food Mill for Per Alimeni, $48