St. Louis has many quality antique, vintage, and mid-century shops to spend the day finding your perfect item. These shops each offer something truly unique – you’ll find military antiques, art, ephemera, sports memorabilia, collectibles, vintage outsider art, and beautiful antique furniture pieces. Read below to plan your shopping extravaganza!
1. T.F.A. The Future Antiques
One of the largest and oldest shops in the state, T.F.A. The Future Antiques is focused on the super popular Mid-Century Modern style. But you can also find very old antiques, lighting, and furniture at this stylish-fun store.
T.F.A. The Future Antiques is located at: 6514 Chippewa St., St. Louis, MO 63109.
2. Rediscover Antiques & Collectibles
This wonderful shop specializes in sports memorabilia, St. Louis Cardinals baseball cards, toys, games, pottery, advertising memorabilia, and more. This is the place to start if you are looking for man cave accessories.
Rediscover Antiques & Collectibles is located at: 9912 S Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63125.
3. Alamo Military Collectables
As the name would suggest, this is the place to find all things antique and vintage military. The selection here is worthy of a museum with items from world wars, the Vietnam Conflict, each branch of the military, and overseas military collectibles. But unlike a museum, you can buy these items! They offer uniforms, posters, gear, and many one of a kind items.
Alamo Military Collectables is located at: 157 Lemay Ferry Road, St. Louis, MO 63125.
4. Elder's Ltd
Elder's Ltd, of Cherokee Streets Antique Row, specializes in the finer side of antiques and collectibles. You'll find high quality antique jewelry, figurines, art glass, and furniture at this well designed shop. And all are offered at very affordable prices.
Elder's Ltd is located at: 2124 Cherokee St., St. Louis, MO 63118.
5. Riverside Antiques
This shop specializes in antique and vintage pieces for repairing, replacing, or improving your home. They offer period hardware, reclaimed doors, windows, decorative wood work pieces, and full mantels. And also have iron work, lighting fixtures, replacement parts, and stone work pieces. You'll also find period home decor and accessories to complete your look.
Riverside Antiques is located at: 1947 Cherokee St., St. Louis, MO 63118.
6. The Green Goose Consignment Gallery
The Green Goose Consignment Gallery has an ever changing inventory of the best antique, vintage, and upcycled pieces for your home and life. You never know what you'll find on a visit here, but it will be fashionable and perfect! For those who don't want to decorate their space themselves, you can find whole living spaces put together here, ready to be your new favorite home space.
The Green Goose Consignment Gallery is located at: 1267 S Laclede Station Road, Webster Groves, MO 63119.
7. The Purple Cow
At The Purple Cow you'll find wonderful antiques and collectibles, but also see one of a kind art and outsider art. This is the place to go to find truly unique pieces for your home or garden!
The Purple Cow is located at: 2010 Cherokee Street, St. Louis, MO 63118.
8. The Heirloom Room
The Heirloom Room is an antique shop that also offers local art pieces and fair trade goods. They feature pop-up art and trunk shows, which is a great time to check out the shop and meet the wonderful people of Cherokee Street. This beautifully inviting space is also available for private events.
The Heirloom Room is located at: 2116 Cherokee St, St. Louis, MO 63118
9. Quintessential Antiques
Quintessential Antique and Furniture Company offers the best of antiques, vintage items and collectibles. You'll find great furniture pieces, one of a kind art, and an always changing inventory of unique pieces. You can find amazing pieces here at very reasonable prices - but only on the first seven days of each month.
Quintessential Antiques is located at: 5707 Manchester Ave, St. Louis, MO 63110.
You never know what you’ll find when you go antiquing, but you will definitely find a few things you must have at these beautifully designed shops. Have you visited these shops? Do you know of other great antique shops in St. Louis? Share with us in the comments below.