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It's clean, well organized, and has an incredible selection of antiques, furniture and vintage items. State Street is the place you go to find things you never knew you couldn't live without.
At The Re treasury, you'll find all kinds of antiques, vintage and consignment items. New Beginnings may not be a high-end thrift store, but don't let the no-frills exterior fool you.
Lifelong was formed in 2001 and had several locations before settling in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. The Treasure Trove is definitely properly named... you'll find a little of everything here.
Whether you're looking for furniture, clothing, antiques, home decor or even DVDs, you'll love the selection here. This place is a paradise for anyone who enjoys decorating in a vintage style.
From the home decor to vintage fashion, you may end up with an entirely new look for your life. Attic Treasures is a charming thrift shop offering kitchenware, books, toys, electronics and clothing, just to name a few.
This amazing shop sells everything from local art and handmade crafts to antiques and electronics. The friendly owner will be happy to help you find your next treasures.
If you enjoy decorating your home with pieces from the past, check out these Washington antique shops. Jessica Wick is a writer and travel enthusiast who loves exploring new places, meeting new people and, of course, beautiful Big Sky Country and every part of Washington State.
3001 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC “You need to visit frequently to find the gems, but they exist from time to time.” In 2 reviews.
“They are priced pretty well, and for unique items, it is going to be higher quality than Tiffany- but one-third the price.” In 2 reviews. :) Mondays is Customer Appreciation Day, granting you 25% off your entire purchase.” In 10 reviews.
10141 New Hampshire Ave NE, Silver Spring, MD “This store have a good collection if electronics and huge section for Halloween and seasonal holidays decoration.” In 2 reviews.
“Final thought: Concerned about wearing previously used clothes or shoes, Captain High Brow?” In 3 reviews. “I initially came to them because I heard they had helium for balloons, and have since been back almost every day for random items.” In 2 reviews.
“They also have discount days for specific kinds of merchandise, which you can find out about if you are on their email list.” In 2 reviews. “I like the fact that the clothes are all organized by color, it makes it easier to find what you're looking for.” In 17 reviews.
“Clean, information posted clearly, manager helpful, staff friendly, good selection of clothes ...no complaints!” In 11 reviews. The Salvation Army picks up everything from estate sales to tiny baggies of clothes.” In 7 reviews.
“They have quite a bit of everything here, clothes, housewares, DVDs and board games, you name it.” In 3 reviews. “I love this shop, and have been taking my really nice clothes that I have outgrown there for years, rather than to a consignment shop.” In 8 reviews.
“Anyway, the clothes are to the front of the store, to the left is a separate room for books, records, movies and CD's.” In 3 reviews. “Also, I was pleasantly surprised that my clothes didn't have a strong thrift store smell.” In 3 reviews.
“For donations, you just pull up to the back, and there will be staff there to help you unload.” In 13 reviews. “It's like wandering around grandma's house--a great source for vintage jewelry, linens, glassware, and kitchenalia.” In 4 reviews.
2770 Enterprise Way, Bldg 72 Rm 149, Washington, DC “In fact, I went an entire year not buying clothes at all, just for the heck of it.” In 4 reviews.
Vintage clothing is in, bringing back the hip ’70s, the grunge ’90s and the Y2K early-2000s vibe. Instead of buying new, shopping at secondhand stores is a great way to become a more environmentally conscious consumer.
I went to the Hallandale Shopping Center location, and though it’s a bit overwhelming when you first walk in, you can find some good stuff if you’re prepared to dig. Not only was the sheer amount of stuff impressive, there was also a wide variety of merchandise.
I bought a black clutch bag, tank top, two oversized shirts and a sweater all for $30. However, this combination store is the closest to College Park and a great option if you’re looking for stuff to choose from.
Audrey Decker/For The Diamondback Rosario’s is a cute and homey thrift store in Columbia Heights. Of course, the two things I wanted weren’t a part of the store’s three for $10 deal, but I still got a sweater vest and a vintage patchwork jacket for $14.
Julia Atkinson/The DiamondbackThere are a couple Value Village locations in the area, and they all have an absurd number of items. It’s very similar to Unique in quantity and pricing, but the quality didn’t seem as good.
They have a huge variety of items, so if you need home goods, books or anything beyond clothing, this is a great place to look. Audrey Decker/For The Diamondback’s Fabulous Finds was only a 15-minute walk from Rosario’s, but it’s closed for in-person shopping until further notice.