The Best Places for Vintage Furniture in Philadelphia

3 vintage items found a vintage stores in philadelphia — a dresser, square mirror and swivel bucket stool

At Apt­De­co, we love a good vin­tage find, so we’re break­ing down the best places to find vin­tage fur­ni­ture in Philadel­phia. If you’ve ever attempt­ed an after­noon of thrift­ing or antiquing, you know that being a good vin­tage shop­per is a refined skill. To score that one-of-a-kind piece before the crowds ascend onto your vin­tage par­adise you have to know where to go, what you’re look­ing for, and when to go. Not an easy feat. Lucky for you, we’re here to make your jour­ney to vin­tage nir­vana eas­i­er. Philly has an impres­sive ros­ter of vin­tage shops that you can pick from. As a small­er city, it’s the per­fect place to find dreamy vin­tage while avoid­ing the mas­sive crowds and main­stream buzz. 

With­out fur­ther ado, here are our favorite places for vin­tage fur­ni­ture in Philadelphia. 



The Low­down: Per­haps the Mec­ca of afford­able vin­tage fur­ni­ture and objects in Philly; they now boast 3 store­fronts in Fish­town, West Philly, and South Philly. They also post 🔥 hot items 🔥 on Insta­gram that you can buy over DM or on the phone.

Price: You can snag some amaz­ing deals on pieces of all sizes like this large art deco wardrobe for only $185 😱

I Can Dig This


The Low­down: We all know that when you say you’re from Philly you’re secret­ly from South Jer­sey, so head on over to this charm­ing shop in Collingswood! They sell a vari­ety of well-craft­ed MCM fur­ni­ture, but real­ly stand out with retro pieces that have built-in stere­os, record play­ers and record storage.

Price: Def­i­nite­ly a lit­tle prici­er, but only because of the high qual­i­ty and great con­di­tion of their pieces. You can still get a side table for under $200, but you’ll have to shell out at least $800 for the music-relat­ed furni.


Used and vin­tage fur­ni­ture for sale in Philadel­phia — Online Only

The Low­down: Shop for vin­tage gems across the North­east, all from the com­fort of your home. Hot tip: some of the biggest vin­tage sell­ers in the Philly and NYC Tri-State regions also sell on Apt­De­co, mak­ing it a one-stop shop for all your favorite vin­tage stores. Apt­De­co also deliv­ers for a small fee, mean­ing you don’t have to lug your new bestie all the way from the store.

Some of our favorite Apt­De­co vin­tage sell­ers include Asbury Vin­tage, All Kin­da Fur­ni­ture and Sec­ond­hand Sto­ries. Fil­ter by brand and select ‘vintage/antique’ to find the holy grail.

Price: There’s some­thing in every price range, from one-off used pieces to din­ing and bed­room sets in pris­tine con­di­tion. Search­ing for a deal? Choose your price range, then fil­ter by ship­ping options and select “free ship­ping” and “50% off ship­ping” to save even more.

Philly Vintage Bazaar


The Low­down: Fin­ish your corned beef sand­wich at Famous 4th St. Deli and head down the street to Queen Village’s newest vin­tage brick-and-mor­tar. Philly Vin­tage Bazaar is a col­lec­tive of three women-owned shops that band­ed togeth­er to sell retro fur­ni­ture, kitchen­ware, clothes, and cute objects. They also sell pieces from local artists and oth­er vin­tage stores like Asbury Vin­tage (an avid Apt­De­co seller!).

Price: Larg­er pieces go for about $600–700 and they sell tons of unique hang­ing lights for $100–200.

Retrospect Vintage


The Low­down: Per­haps the coolest store on South Street, Ret­ro­spect is a non­prof­it owned by Good­will. While they spe­cial­ize in new and used sneak­ers and vin­tage band t‑shirts, they also sell a mix of fur­ni­ture, decor objects and retro ephemera. You can shop their home goods on Etsy or their cloth­ing on Depop.

Price: Get a set of cups for $30 or an awe­some arm­chair for $100!

Woods and Goods


The Low­down: An eclec­tic vari­ety of fur­ni­ture and decor objects pri­mar­i­ly from the 80s and 90s — major art deco vibes 😍 The shop is run entire­ly through Insta­gram so DM them to get your fave piece before some­one beats you to it!

Price: Varies for size of item but every­thing is very afford­able. Chairs, tables, and mir­rors typ­i­cal­ly go for $20-$100.

Weavers Way Mercantile


The Low­down: This store is so cozy, invit­ing, and packed to the brim with cool finds. There’s always a selec­tion of MCM pieces when you walk in the door and you can spend hours mulling around the home decor items — both vin­tage and new. They also sell the cutest objects and beau­ty prod­ucts hand­made by local artisans.

Price: Very rea­son­able prices — large fur­ni­ture pieces range from $200–400 and a set of 6 din­ing chairs costs $600.



The Low­down: Swoon-wor­thy MCM pieces from lamps to dressers to sofas, and every­thing in-between! Claim your fur­ni­ture on Insta­gram or make an appoint­ment to go to their shop in South Jer­sey — it’ll be worth cross­ing the bridge.

Price: Huge range depend­ing on the size and the orig­i­nal mak­er of the piece. For exam­ple, you can get a set of match­ing Broy­hill dressers for $900 and a Lane cof­fee table for $500.


We could­n’t go with­out giv­ing hon­or­able men­tion to some of our oth­er favorite spots in town. Check them out for more vin­tage fur­ni­ture gems.

Dis­count MCM


Love City Vintage

East Coast MCM

There you have it; your quick and easy guide to the best places to shop for vin­tage fur­ni­ture in Philadel­phia. Book­mark this page for your next out­ing and hit ’em all. 

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