Colorado is full of antique stores both big and small. Most small towns and big cities in the Centennial State have a shop selling vintage and antiques. Some areas in the state come highly recommended for those looking for secondhand treasures. No matter if you are looking for antique furniture or vintage knick-knacks, seek out the perfect secondhand finds at these 8 best antique stores in Colorado.
With 13,000 square-feet of floor space and featuring over 110 different dealers, A & J Antique Mall in Fort Collins is one of the best antique stores in northern Colorado. A & J has even been voted “Best Antique Store” in Fort Collins for three consecutive years. Find a variety of secondhand treasures varying from furniture to linens to costume jewelry and vintage toys.
This antique store located in Cortez has 15,000 square-feet of space that is packed full of various antiques and secondhand goodies. Find furniture, pottery, jewelry, toys and more at Antique Corral. Prices here are said to be reasonable, and the selection is so vast that it keeps regular customers coming back.
This massive antique store in Wheat Ridge features 600 antique and vintage dealers in 49,000 square-feet of space. Sales can be found near every holiday, and if you sign up for their text message alerts, you will never miss out on a bargain. Find knick-knacks, glassware, furniture, painting, clothing and more at the Brass Armadillo. Even take a minute to enjoy the cafe and espresso bar.
The Colorado Antique Gallery is Colorado’s largest antique mall at 51,000 square-feet. Find anything from vintage Barbie dolls to retro furniture to antique sporting goods. With 275 dealers selling at this antique store, you are sure to find a vintage treasure. The Colorado Antique Gallery has been locally owned and operated since 1992.
If you are looking for antiques in Colorado Springs, head to the American Classics Marketplace, which features over 300 dealers. This business has been pleasing customers for over a decade now. The American Classics Marketplace features a variety of antique items, such as glassware, furniture and vintage clothing. However handmade crafts are also found along with other unexpected finds.
With over 6,000 pieces of antique furniture in a 30,000-square-foot space, Eron Johnson Antiques is the perfect place to go to find an antique piece for your home. For over 40 years, Eron Johnson has sold furniture and architectural salvage aged as early as the 17th century. The pieces at Eron Johnson are not just found in Colorado either. The antiques originate from over 38 different countries.
Find antique skis, sleds and large furniture items at Ski Country Antiques and Home in Evergreen. Family owned since 2011, this antique store features hand-picked items that are always changing. Ski Country Antiques and Home is a local favorite to find seasonal home decor.
Antique Row should be your first stop when antique shopping in Denver. Antique Row is not just one shop, but nearly 25 of them. These antique shops are along Broadway, making it a nice shopping stroll. The shops are even located in vintage buildings. Find anything from antique rugs to garden supplies. The majority of shops do seem to specialize in antique furniture.