The name of the shop says it all. Beautiful things from the past, now brought back to life.
Painted shabby chic furniture twice loved and repurposed for your home. You’ll find matching decor, and fun decorating items like a clock with its face made of the brightly painted license plate numerals. How about a “mancave” sign spelled with license plate letters?
‘Hand selected vintage clothing’ means you don’t have to spend your shopping day sorting.
She has vintage for you, along with jewelry to pair them with. Probably with shoes, a handbag, and maybe even sunglasses. We saw vintage postcards, porcelain vases, blown and pressed glass.
Does a once forgotten small wooden desk, now a quaint two-tone blue shabby chic tea cart on casters sound right? With matching round wooden serving trays that celebrate the Oregon coast? Like a petite wooden country chic kitchen hutch, now painted white? Go get that hutch now before it’s gone!
When you visit you’ll see the whole shop is filled with inventory like this. And don’t forget to drop back by because this type of inventory is very popular now and moves quickly. Same As It Never Was also organizes a periodic vintage flea market that happens right off Main Street. Be sure you check in on that too.
“Some Things Old, New, and In Between” is not just an antique store.
They seem to have something in stock for everyone. First is the furniture. Antique to mid century pieces filling one side of the store. We even saw a metal and glass table with matching chairs that would look good in any backyard. BBQ anyone? Paired lamps and decor ceramics are plentiful for your inner designer.
A row of cases and booths line the other side.
The booths have vintage jewelry collectibles and decorator items for home decor from yesteryear. There are boudoir pieces, collectibles lamps, “Mantiques” like collectible bottles, neon beer signage, books, a salt glazed croc with the lid still intact. There is even a booth of vintage kitchen items, too.
This store is also an Englander bed dealer.
Be sure an check out the bedding showroom inside the store. It is a complete selection of beds and mattresses to fit that latest vintage sleigh bed you just had to buy!
Some Things Old, New, and In Between is part of the “Dallas Antique Cluster” across from the Historic Courthouse. Be sure and stop in the next time you’re in Dallas!
The Main Street Emporium is an antique and vintage store inside a former 1915 JCPenney
Its like the antiques and vintage could have been sold there originally when JCPenney opened their 39th location. The building and inside architecture are worth checking out alone.
Main Street Emporium offers beautiful antique and vintage furniture, pictures and frames, lighting, wall decor, old tins and vintage kitchen items. We saw Victorian and Eastlake pieces and Arts and Crafts era furnishings, too. The inventory is constantly changing so stop in often.
You’ll find shabby chic painted furniture and mid century items for your home. We saw a great dinette set in their vintage kitchen area right in the display window. There was an entire vintage bedroom set in perfect condition, too.
Don’t forget to go upstairs for vintage clothing and name brands, too.
The entire upstairs gallery is racked with clean vintage clothing for men and women – no smells here. The name brand resale items are in great like new condition. Racks of well organized garments. Then there are the vintage hats!
If you like to decorate with antiques and vintage you’ll love the Main Street Emporium.
Look for the nick nacks, boutique sundries, handmade gift cards and more at the counter. Main Street Emporium is a modern version of a 1915 JC Penney.
Visit Unique Antique in Sellwood. Always buying… and selling!
You’ll find gold and silver along side antique furniture, collectibles, costume jewelry, vintage and antique kitchen ware, oddities, Barware, Tobacciana, and so much more for you to decorate your home with. Don’t forget Unique Antique is also the home of Camp Hollyhock hand made, one-of-a-kind clothing from Vintage linens. Beautiful garments you simply must see to believe.
There are cases of vintage jewelry, old keys, ceramics… it just goes on and on. All this in a tidy shop located at SE 13th ave, just below Lexington on the right-hand side of the street as you travel north. This is the famous Sellwood District. Once lined with antique stores, the area is enjoying a resurgence with new vintage and antique shops opening, a food pod, multiple antique malls, and restaurants. You can spend all day in Sellwood having a great time.
Don’t forget to say hello to the shop’s mascot Sheltie ‘Tootie’!