Where to Score Vintage Treasures in Kansas City
As design pros will attest, vintage finds are a great way to bring personality into your home and wardrobe. An automatic conversation starter, vintage pieces offer a piece of the past and a history worth preserving and sharing.
Kansas City residents and travelers will love these five shops offering a bounty of antique and vintage wonders ripe for the picking.
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Part of West Bottoms’ “Warehouse Weekends,” where thousands flock the first Friday of every month, Bella Patina boasts three floors and 25,000 square feet full of incredible and affordable furniture and decor.
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With a focus in sustainable fashion, Clothz Minded offers a highly curated collection of secondhand clothes. They buy and sell in-season designer clothing and accessories for men and women that are always in superb condition.
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Dear Society has created a lovely space for over 20 local artisans and designers, providing Kansas City with stylish modern and vintage clothing, home goods, plus an apothecary selection that your skin will love.
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Whether you’re on the hunt for something for a retro costume party or everyday wear, Boomerang is the spot to go for stand-out vintage fashion. In addition to their browse-worthy racks, they specialize in home furnishings from the 1940s through the 1960s.
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Good Ju Ju
This multi-story antique emporium has a little bit of everything from the 1880s to the 1980s. Plan on spending a whole day here finding one-of-a-kind pieces, repurposed and painted furniture, folk art, vintage clothing and jewelry, plus coveted midcentury modern treasures.
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