The Sacramento Area’s Best Vintage Shops
It’s been said what’s old is new again, and nowhere is this more evident than in the vintage scene in the greater Sacramento area. Whether clothing, furniture, records, home décor or other cool stuff, vintage stores help bring new life into old items. In fact, vintage stores take the “reuse” part of “reduce, reuse, recycle” to a new level, keeping discarded items out of landfills and reducing our consumption.
Similar to antique stores, vintage shops are curated marketplaces of goods over a certain age. While antiques are generally defined as things over 100 years old, vintage items are typically only 20-30 years old or more. And unlike thrift stores, vintage shops are curated, meaning only the coolest, most stylish items are put out for sale.
So, without further ado, following are some of the best vintage shops in the greater Sacramento area.
Old Gold | Midtown
Located in the WAL Public Market in Midtown, Old Gold specializes in vintage denim for men and women, as well as sweaters, jewelry and handbags. They also have a huge selection of locally made goods like mugs and home décor.
Wrecklamation | Auburn
This rustic salvage shop in Auburn has everything you need to create the shabby chic look in your home. Upcycled furniture, lighting, home décor and garden items are just a few of the things you’ll find. They also have plenty of vintage (and new) decorations for the holidays!
Those Were the Days | Roseville
Located in the Antique Trove in Roseville, this shop sells vintage and antique clothing and collectibles from the 1880s through the 1970s. Hats (for men and women), handbags, books and artwork are just a few of the items you can find here.
Bohème Threads | Davis
If you’re looking for vintage (and modern) second-hand clothing at a reasonable price, head to this fun shop in Davis. They have plenty of items for both men and women, from dresses and jeans to shoes and bags. Have some retro pieces hiding in your closet? They also take trade-ins.
Panic & Swoon | Placerville
This curated shop in downtown Placerville has a quirky array of vintage items like housewares, cameras, artwork, and books, plus new items with an old-school bent, like vinyl records and retro holiday décor. They also have artisan goods handcrafted by local makers, like pottery and candles.
Back Corner Mid Century | Roseville
Also in the Antique Trove in Roseville, this curated shop specializes mid-century modern furniture. From cabinets to chairs, dining sets to dressers, if it’s the sleek mid-century aesthetic you’re after, you’ll find it here. Follow on Instagram for the latest finds!
Vintage YSJ | Midtown
This midtown shop has a large selection of both vintage and boutique clothing. You can find the latest vintage looks on their Instagram stories, with items like silk corduroy pants from the 1940s, a 1970s prairie blouse and a leather jacket from the 1960s. Or you can come in and browse around — you never know what you’ll find.
Bliss Marketplace | Midtown & Rancho Cordova
With locations in both Midtown and Rancho Cordova, you’re sure to find something you love at this vintage shop. Their showrooms are stocked full of vintage, handmade and re-purposed furniture and décor, most with a farmhouse vibe. From vintage Pyrex and cooking utensils to holiday décor and books, they have it all.
Kicksville Vinyl & Vintage | R Street
Those looking to expand their collection of vintage records need turn no further than this shop in Midtown. They have rare and obscure vinyl records from the 1950s to today, in all genres, from soul to jazz to punk. They also have a large selection of vintage furniture, art and housewares, most of which are mid-century modern.
The Vintage Room | Folsom
This curated shop in Folsom specializes in luxury vintage goods, from designers like Gucci, Chanel, Hermes, Fendi and more! Whether you’re searching for a vintage dress or retro hat, this spot is a one-stop shop for all your upscale vintage needs.
Tumbleweed and Company | Roseville
Located in Roseville, “authentic vintage” is the hallmark of this shop. Their curated collection of home goods ranges from architectural salvage like stained-glass windows and statuary to rustic-chic furniture and artwork. They also host workshops like jewelry making.