Washington’s Antique-Shopping-Friendly Towns
The state’s pristine antique shops and districts cater to lovers of funky and vintage finds.In Washington’s antique-shopping-friendly towns, foraging for treasure is part of the fun. Here are some great places to start your Washington shopping excursion.
Artwork, jewelry, pottery and fabulous mid-century finds can be had at Penny Lane Antique Mall. Something Found, located in the Fairhaven Historic District, packs plenty of vintage gems, including furniture, jewelry and holiday collectibles.
When it comes to antiques, this town doesn’t fool around. With 70,000 square feet, Apple Annie’s Antique Gallery offers collectibles from every era. Nearby, Cashmere Antique Mall has more than 15,000 square feet of radios, birdhouses and more.
This quaint town, just 30 minutes south of state capital Olympia, boasts an entire “Antique Row” along Tower Avenue. Plus, Centralia Square Antique Mall is just around the corner from Tower and houses 135 dealers.
Seattle Antiques Market is a top-notch shop that has been in business in the same location for decades. The shop features something for everyone, whether you're looking for furniture, typewriters, vintage magazines, records, or games.
This riverfront town calls itself the “Antique Capital of the Northwest,” thanks to its more than 20 shops featuring 175-plus dealers.
Shady Lawn Antiques features vintage tools, fishing gear and cabin décor, while the Antique Mall of Walla Walla has 5,000 square feet of vintage clothes, books and garden collectibles.
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