Where to buy vintage furniture
The mixture of eclectic one-off pieces and approachable vintage furnishings makes this the go to place for retro cravings of any variety. And just as the name suggests, the entire shop seems to swell with the sense of history behind all of its furniture. If those Danish desks could talk…
It’s only worth visiting 84 Smith Street if you have a discerning design eye, or the beauties that lie within won’t be fully appreciated. The owners specialise in locally sourcing the most original and eclectic items they can find. And even if you don’t buy any of the furniture, you’ll go home with a head full of ideas on how to decorate your home.
Bright, colourful, and filled with leather armchairs that will make you weep with remorse for the tatty sofa chair you bought from Savers when you were 21. This place is great for spending an afternoon fossicking through an abundance of industrial shelving units, drafting tables and American oak sideboards.
The folks behind Nook Vintage have acquired so much over the years that they have now opened an enormous warehouse space filled with just the sort of vintage/industrial furniture and home wares that seem to have captivated Melbourne’s imagination. Also, they deliver locally at no extra cost. If that doesn’t convince you, nothing will.