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We don’t know what we’re more excited for—a slice (or two!) of Thanksgiving pumpkin pie or the chance to show our support for the local economy this holiday season. Small Business Saturday is right around the corner and what better way to prepare than by browsing our list of vintage stores and sellers in your area! Each day this week, we’ll be sharing a new list with you from a new city. Today we are looking at easy breezy Los Angeles, with so many shops to get your Christmas shopping done!
A favorite among scavengers, Brainworks is one of those shops where you’ll never leave empty-handed. Check out their Krrb corner to nab goods before they’re gone! It’s a must-see stop for holiday shopping where you can pick up vintage ornaments, barware, and unique knickknacks for everyone on your list.
Brainworks is located at 5364 West Pico Boulevard in West Hollywood, Los Angeles.
Liz’s Antique Hardware
Beauty is in the details at Liz’s Antique Hardware. This shop has more knobs, pulls and decorative covers then you’ve ever seen. Splurge on some one of a kind accent pieces.
You can find Liz’s Antique Hardware at 453 S. La Brea Avenue in Los Angeles.
The name of this shop is exactly accurate for the vast amount of Mid-Century furniture you’ll find in this warehouse. Pick up rare designs by names like Hans Wegner, Erik Buck, Arne Vodder and Ib Kofod-Larsen. Prices aren’t always budget-friendly but you’ll find deals year-round.
Visit the Midcentury LA warehouse at 5333 Cahuenga Boulevard near Valley Village.
Ragg Mopp Vintage
Owner Vince has carefully curated a collection of 1940’s and 1950’s fashions at Ragg Mopp Vintage. A little on the pricey side, these fabulous finds are worth it for the Mad Men fanatic.
Bring a car when you head to Ragg Mopp Vintage, located at 3816 Sunset Boulevard in Silverlake.
There’s a hard rule at Shareen Vintage: No boys allowed. The shop, packed to the brim with women’s fashions, doubles as a dressing room. Shareen Mitchell has grown her shop from a tiny booth at the Fairfax Flea Market into two shops, one in LA and one in Manhattan.