There is a certain excitement that surrounds answering a compliment about your furniture with, “Thanks, it’s vintage.” Along with adding a unique flair to your home, shopping for antiques and retro items can save an item from hitting the landfill. Newfoundland antique and vintage shops have a uniqueness to them as they highlight the island’s beautiful history.
Opening in 1980, Livyers has become a mainstay for antiques on Newfoundland. There are lots of items around the shop, so it can be difficult at times to find what really piques your interest. If you spend some time searching through this quaint shop, you can find amazing antiques and collectibles.
202 Duckworth Street, St. John’s
A Treasure Cove Antiques & Collectibles
Just a short 5-minute drive from St. John’s, there is a fantastic antique store that has a huge collection of antiques, collectibles, and funky items from around the world. Featured on the “Th Bet”, Treasure Cove Antiques & Collectibles has become a popular spot for those looking for hidden gems that have ‘come from away’.
1371 Torbay Road, Torbay
Blossom Antiques & Collectables
Blossom Antiques & Collectables has two floors of antiques and collectibles to search through, so get ready to find some beautiful, unique items for your collection. This small, quaint shop is a treasure trove where antique collectors love to hunt for gems.
Newfoundland T’Railway, Benton
Washed Ashore Antiques and Coffee Bar
Enjoy a coffee and a cookie on the patio overlooking the shore after checking over the gems at Washed Ashore Antiques and Coffee Bar. Inside this shore-side shop, it feels like you have stepped into a grandparent’s house with the smell of baked goods and vintage furniture. The shop re-opens in late May and stays open until fall.
42 J. W. Pickersgill Blvd, Centreville-Wareham-Trinity
Seacliff House Productions
Focusing on Newfoundland-themed items, Seacliff House Productions features antiques, books, collectibles, and one-of-a-kind items by local artisans. The gallery is open from May to October with private and evening viewing are available.
491 Water Street, Bay Roberts
This unique business is a cross between an antique store and a souvenir shop, the Newfoundland Emporium is a must-visit in Corner Brook. Florizel, the friendly Newfoundland Dog, is almost always at the store and loves to meet new people.
11 Broadway Suite 11, Corner Brook
Out Of The Attic
From art-deco to antique furniture, this charming shop has a little bit of everything. The owners are super friendly and know a lot about the items they stock. You never know what treasures or stories you will hear when visiting Out Of The Attic.
14 Pennells Lane, Deer Lake
Zana’s Antiques & Things
Under renovations until some time in 2021, Zana’s Antiques & Things is expanding. Their stock is ever-changing with a broad assortment of items. They focus on bringing you unique items that boast the perfect blend of good taste, functionality and high quality.
11 Boot Brook Road, Howley
One of central Newfoundland’s best-kept secrets. The collection is well organized and you can easily see what is available. Cooke’s Antiques is a treasure trove of vintage curiosities for any collectors and those looking for unique items.
615 Main Street, Bishop’s Fall
Upstairs at the War Memorial is St. John’s first and only vintage and designer resale boutique. Model Citizens brings in items from NYC to Newfoundland and the collection is curated so only the best items make it onto the show floor. They also stock locally made gifts and accessories to complete the looks.
245 Duckworth Street, St. John’s