Unique, sustainable, and with their own story, Vintage and Upcycled furniture is becoming a huge trend. With its strong eco focus, Portland has plenty of cool furniture stores selling second-hand and upcycled items that are often better looking and made than what you’d find in new showrooms. I personally love Upcycled furniture and think it’s a great option whether you want to decorate on a budget or want a vintage interior for your house. Here are my favorite vintage and upcycled stores in Portland, Oregon…
I’m a huge fan of this place! City Home is the ultimate shopping destination for people who are looking for simplistic yet futuristic furniture design from the mid-20th century. As I browse the gorgeous furniture displays, I can feel myself regressing to the middle of the last century.
Whether looking for antique furnishings, fine ornaments, or other decorative accents, you won’t be disappointed by City Home’s well-curated inventory.
The chain retailer specializes in vintage furniture with a modernistic touch. The store is open Mondays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. On Sundays, they stay open between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Unique and modern furniture design
Free shipping on orders over $1
Offers a variety of design services
Beautiful rugs and lighting
On the expensive side
Delivery process can be slow
Legacy Modern is a quirky store selling imported, antique, and vintage furniture at great prices. It is perhaps one of the only furniture stores in Portland that offers vintage pieces from across the country and around the world.
They also have an excellent selection of housewares, furnishings, handcrafted home accents, vintage pottery, and local artwork. The timeless goods on display breathe creativity as you explore their thoughtfully curated furniture collections.
You can visit the showroom Mondays through Saturdays between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. On Sundays, they close an hour early.
antique and vintage furniture
Eclectic art and lighting
Reupholstering and refinishing of furniture
Supporting local artists and makers
Difficult to find parking
Not wheelchair accessible
The store size is small
Old Portland Hardware & Architectural
Olde Good Things is an avant-garde vintage furniture store where the wildest dreams of antiquing hobbyists can be fulfilled. As you enter the showroom, you see a magnificent display of antique furniture, including armoires and vitrines, cabinets, commercial furniture, bookcases, bedroom sets, office furniture, table bases, drafting tables, seating, and many more.
The store has one of the largest inventories of architectural antiques and salvage items, ranging from arched doors and door transoms to marble slabs and shutters.
They also have an extensive selection of mantels and accessories, including andirons, toolsets, ornaments, and mirrors.
Eclectic emporium for retro lighting
Vintage hardware and glass windows
Collection of retro punk home goods
Ideal place for antique furniture
No return policy
Small parking lot
Can be pricey
Sherri Bee is an Oregonian artist offering the Portland community original art and upcycled furniture. Whether you are looking for a signature piece of furniture or a unique piece of art to adorn your living room, you can get it from Sherri Bees.
Sherri Bee’s has a mesmerizing collection of upcycled vintage furniture in bright and striking colors. Sherri also offers refinishing services to turn your furniture back to new.
You can get in touch with Sherri through the official website of the store.
Upcycled furniture in affordable price
Custom service for your designs
Shipping is included in the price
Original art and painted furniture
Lounge Lizard is an eclectic retailer offering an impressive assortment of mid-century furnishings, lighting, and decor. They specialize in bright-colored furniture and have been collecting pieces since 2002.
It is a perfect shopping spot for people looking for low-cost mid-century furnishings. They have many funky tchotchkes so you can make tons of just-for-fun purchases.
The specialty shop is famous for handmade reproductions of ‘50s fiberglass lampshades. You can shop at Lounge Lizard daily between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Variety of mid-century furnishings
Friendly and helpful staff
Great selection of vintage furniture
Quirky and funky lighting options
Relatively small store
The selection of furniture is limited
Can be slightly pricey
Artifact Creative Recycle
Artifact Creative Recycle is a second-hand store offering design-driven, vintage, and contemporary furniture. The store’s star-studded inventory lineup focuses on fresh design that goes beyond ordinary furniture style.
If you want your house or office to reflect a well-balanced combination of elegance and minimalism, Artifact Creative Recycle is the place to shop.
They also have an eclectic assortment of vintage clothing, housewares, art, and trinkets. The funky boutique is open Thursdays through Sundays between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Hip and funky boutique with art pieces
Curated vintage housewares and decor
Clothing collections and chic accessories
May not be available for immediate purchase
May be in quite used condition
Rerun is a used furniture store showcasing an ever-changing variety of furniture, housewares, books, toys, and clothing.
Launched in 2005, Rerun works with over 13,000 consignors to bring excellent merchandise to Portlanders. It is one of the best resale and consignment stores in Portland.
Though they have a limited selection of furniture, you can still find amazing pieces that will transform your spaces from mundane to magical.
Rerun serves two locations in Northeast Portland: Fremont Street and Sandy Boulevard. The former is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The latter is open Thursdays through Sundays, mostly between 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Consignment retailer accepting and selling
Great music and reasonable prices
Wonderful collection of musical items
Parking can be difficult
Selection is limited
Not wheelchair accessible
ReClaim It is a DIY shop featuring salvaged building materials, such as furniture, wood, hardware, antique items, and crafts. The sui generis store is where you’ll find beautiful and functional pieces to give a story to your spaces.
The store is dedicated to reducing the number of items at the landfill by salvaging materials like wood, metal, and vintage items and repairing them for reuse. You can visit the store Wednesdays through Sundays between 12 p.m. and 5 p.m.
Selection of reclaimed and repurposed furniture
Often handcrafted by skilled artisans
Unique and interesting pieces to buy
Eco-friendly and non-profit
Furniture may have imperfections
May not be covered by warranty
Vintage Pink is a spacious showroom featuring second-hand furniture, home decor, housewares, and vintage clothing in colorful surroundings.
Located in the Hawthorne district of Portland, Vintage Pink specializes in mid-century modern furniture.
They also have an extensive selection of retro, industrial, vintage, and reclaimed glassware. The store is open every day between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Funky emporium featuring used furniture
Specializing in mid-century art and lighting
Clothing in vibrant environs
Roomy furniture and home decor
May not be in perfect condition
May require special care
The Reclaimory is a laid-back store showcasing an eclectic selection of upcycled furniture in rustic environs.
From vintage bedroom sets to consoles to kitchenware, you’ll find a wide range of furniture and houseware at The Reclaimory. The signage outside the store is minimal so you’ll have to be alert while driving by.
Variety of modern to rustic styles
Offers custom build services with exact specs
High quality and eco-friendly furniture
A limited selection of furniture
Not suitable for homes with children
LookModern is a furniture store featuring a meticulously curated selection of mid-century furniture, including chairs, dressers, consoles, desks, table tops, bedroom sets, and outside furniture.
The store specializes in Scandinavian and mid-century furniture with various vintage designs. LookModern is open Fridays through Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Vintage Danish and modern furniture
and work desks
Beautifully curated pieces with great design
Huge showroom and excellent quality
Closed on weekdays
Can be a bit pricey
The Good Mod
The Good Mod is an unassuming furniture store showcasing Danish and vintage pieces and home decor items. It is the ultimate shopping destination for minimalists who are fond of antiques.
The store features outstanding seating, storage, tables, and accessories. From credenzas to nightstands to dressers, you’ll find everything here.
They also have the widest selection of accessories, including tapestries, rugs, lighting, art, and homewares. The Good Mod is open daily between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Funky showroom with art and lighting
Offers retro Danish and midcentury furniture
Custom design and fabrication
Restoration and upholstery services
Closed on Sunday and Monday
Difficult to find replacement parts
Red Snapper is a used furniture store offering unique, mid-century furniture and vintage home goods. They handpick all inventory items and restore run-down stuff so it looks completely new.
If you are looking for fairly priced vintage furniture or antique home decor, Red Snapper is the best place to shop for furniture. You can finish off your decor with interior design services from Red Snapper.
On Main Street in Southeast Portland, Red Snapper is open Fridays through Mondays between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Danish and American furniture and design
Reclaim and revive furniture
Repair and refinishing services
Local and sustainable products
No online shopping
Extra charges for shipping
Located in a busy area
Asylum is an eclectic emporium featuring an ever-evolving inventory of gifts, furniture, and lighting, among other vintage items. They have a well-curated selection of high-quality Danish and American mid-century modern furniture.
The store has two sides: one dedicated to vintage items and one showcasing new ones. They are the only retailer in Portland that sells certain gift and home decor items. You can visit them Fridays through Sundays between 12 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Minimal design and decent price
LED lights with retro looks
Fun store with unique gifts
Mid-century modern to new pieces
Dogs not allowed
On the expensive side
No return policy
Hawthorne Vintage Modern
Hawthorne Vintage Modern is a used furniture store showcasing mid-century modern furniture, lighting, and decor. Buyers don’t have to worry about their furniture looking shabby, as all upcycled pieces sold at Hawthorne Vintage Modern are refurbished, refinished, and renewed.
From dining tables to living room sets to bedroom sets, you can find a large assortment of vintage furniture here. You can find furnishings for every room.
They also have a great selection of utensils, tableware, and tchotchkes to complete your decor. Hawthorne Vintage Modern is open on Fridays and Saturdays between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Vintage furniture store with decor
Specializing in midcentury pieces and lighting
Well curated and organized space
Big range of inventory
Hammer & Hand
Hammer & Hand is different from other stores on the list. It is primarily a home-builder and remodeler offering custom furniture, built-ins, doors, and windows.
If you want your home’s furniture to look exactly like what you have pictured, you can have Hammer & Hand’s woodworking experts convert that picture into a gorgeous design.
You can visit the shop to explore stunning furniture designs Mondays through Fridays between 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Premier custom home builder and remodeler
Attention to detail and quality craftsmanship
Creating custom pieces for their clients
Closed on Saturday and Sunday
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Beth Pinches – writer and photographer
Beth was born under a wandering star, with drama in her veins and ink in her pen. After stints studying theatre in Dublin and Utrecht she used her creative streak to see as much of the world as she could on as little money. She toured Italian Schools with a children’s theatre troop, lived as an au-pair in both Rome and Washington DC, explored the British countryside, worked her way through much of Europe, Salsa danced in Cuba and road tripped down America’s west coast where she discovered her spiritual home; Portland, Oregon. Other places she loves include Croatia, Finland, Japan and India. In between adventures, travel writing and performing she resides peacefully with her family, cats and ukulele. Find Beth on Linkedin or Facebook.