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You’ll want to deck out your entire home with vintage finds and retro furniture after a visit to this rambling warehouse
You might need to gaffa tape your wallet shut during a visit to Lunatiques, a massive vintage warehouse in Mascot. Otherwise, you might find your credit card slips out and begins tapping for a framed Southern Comfort mirror featuring a Mississippi steamer, a collection of copper cookware, some original mechanic overalls and a mid-century bar.
This one-stop shop for retrofitting your home operates like a series of smaller shops rolled into one, with each vendor selling a curated pocket of wares that range from racks of vintage clothes, kitchen accoutrement, collectable figurines, jewellery, furniture (with a focus on the 1950s to 1970s) and industrial fittings. You can find cheap bargains for pocket change, like a shiny jelly mould or enamel ladle for your wall. If your budget is extra flexible you might start looking at the Art Deco lamps, Chesterfield sofas and beautiful timber cabinetry.
There’s a car park on site so you can load everything up easily, and if all that browsing takes it out of you there’s a little coffee stand by the front door that will restore your bargain-hunting spirits.