by The Editors | January 16, 2024

Where to Shop in Florida for Antiques, Thrifting and Other Vintage Finds 

Shop from our list of the best bespoke vintage home goods stores and repurposed furniture boutiques across the state.

Shop for highly sought-after statement pieces, like this green dresser and Persian rug, in Lakeland. Photography courtesy of June Taylor.

Rennigers Antique Center

20651 US-441, Mt. Dora

Scour the stalls at the largest source for antiques in Florida for 33 years. Shop for vintage furniture and rare finds like 1800s French copper, white ironstone and gold at over 200 individually-owned shops in this indoor second-hand-goods mecca.

Orange Tree Antique Mall 

853 Orlando Ave., Winter Park

Owner Sherrie Hershone manifested her love for antiques into one of the best antique malls in Florida, housing over 10,000 unique items in its 15,000-square-foot location. Whether its antique soda fountains, jewelry or rare Disney gear you’re hunting, the Orange Tree Antique Mall is sure to have it and more. 


1529 Vassar St., Orlando
Warehaus sources all of their furniture from Florida, like this blue sofa. Photography courtesy of Warehaus.

After years of hunting for unusual tables, chairs and wardrobes, and then restoring them to their full potential, this husband and wife duo opened up a brick-and-mortar store. The family-run business sells midcentury, Danish-influenced pieces sourced from around the state.

The Collective

4243 W El Prado Blvd, Tampa

Take home pieces from many styles such as midcentury modern, tradition, Hollywood Regency and more. This charming vintage store houses vendors who hand-pick the most unique selection of furniture so you can set yourself apart from the generic storerooms of big box stores. @the.col.lec.tive 

Looking for antiquing advice? Read our interview with Virginia Chamlee, author of “Big Thrift Energy.”

June Taylor

125 N Kentucky Ave., #103, Lakeland
June Taylor offers one-of-a-kind artwork, intricate furniture pieces, innovative lighting fixtures and more. Photography courtesy of June Taylor.

Don’t have the time to spend hours in the thrift store? Kelly and Bill Riley of June Taylor are happy to do the work for you, sorting through flea markets and auctions across Florida. Find just about everything eclectic, from Boucle swivel chairs and abstract paintings to a brass Tom Greene clock and Persian rugs.

The Lovely Boutique Market 

2906 Corrine Dr, Orlando 

Find that one piece that always pulls a compliment from your guest at this hodge-podge vintage store, selling everything from barcart essentials and lamps to men and women’s clothing and antique books. Much more than a décor shop, The Lovely Boutique Market sells treasures from the ‘60s to the ‘90s.

St. Petersburg Vintage Marché

2906 34th St S, St. Petersburg 
Vintage Marché is only open a few days each month, creating an exclusive atmosphere for thrifting. Photography by Kelsey Glennon.

Open the first weekend of every month, this repurposed retailer was made for the vintage-loving community. Beat the weekend crowd to your next antique find on the First Dibs Friday for $5, reserving a first look at the biggest vintage market in Tampa Bay.

Hilaman and Co.

4 Rohde Ave, Suite B, St. Augustine 

All admirers of 20th-century design can happily score their next furniture find with ease. Started in 2016, this electic shop showcases the best of art, ceramics and designer furniture from the 1950s to the 1970s. @hilaman_and_co 

Casa Gusto 

6316 Georgia Ave, West Palm Beach

Step into a work of art every time you shop at this designer showroom. The family-owned business strives curate items they would want to purchase themselves, like a pair of 19th-century French walnut benches or a 18th-century Danish-painted wood table. 

Carpenter Studio

Take a seat at a selection of repurposed chairs, sofas, tables and more at Carpenter Studio. Photography courtesy of Carpenter Studio.

Come home to oil paintings and 19th-century oak luxuries when you shop at this elevated home goods online storefront. Browse online to find which postmodern coffee tables, 1970s abstract paintings and ceramic statement pieces suit your style. 

Viktor’s Payless and Grocery

6612 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville

One of the most unique shops on our list, this hidden gem is a go-to when looking for statement furniture, says Virginia Chamlee. A bit off the beaten path, you have to walk through a discount grocery store to find the fresh-off-the-truck furnishings. Viktor’s showroom houses designer armchairs, sofas, patio furniture, bedroom sets and more, all for a steal.

Special reporting by Kelsey Glennon.