The 10 Best Antique and Vintage Stores in Little Rock

Much like Little Rock itself, antique and vintage shops in the Arkansas metro are uniquely expansive and passionately supported.

You’ll discover eclectic decor, historical momentos and priceless artifacts at a range of different shops, each one just as exciting as the next. The stores are locally owned and carry a range of styles and price points. It would be a miracle to walk out without a handful (or car full) of treasures.

Step back in time and discover the best secondhand shops located right here in the city. Here’s the Soirée scoop on where to hunt for your next timeless treasure.

Sweet Home Furnishings / clement.

Located in the heart of SoMa, this two-in-one shop truly feels like home. Sweet Home Furnishings and clement. were created as a collaboration between two antique dealers, John Bell and Chris Clement. The shop is warm and inviting, with lasting treasures that have character and soul.

Open Tuesday-Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

1324 Main St., Little Rock | 501.266.0493

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South Main Creative

This hidden gem is also located in the SoMa district, next to the Esse Purse Museum. With booths featuring vintage, handmade and one-of-a-kind goods, South Main Creative always has something for everyone. Don’t forget to check out the shop’s event list of art classes and workshops.

Open Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

1600 Main St., Little Rock | 501.414.8713

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The Punch Bowl

Featured in the August issue of Soirée, The Punch Bowl opened earlier this year by long-time collector and lover of antiques, Angela Sortor. The sunny SoMa shop has high-end French furnishings, chandeliers, printed silks, Persian rugs, copper pots, books and whatever else you can dream of.

Open Wednesday-Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

1501 S Main St. Suite 300, Little Rock

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Kahler-Payne Antiques

This quaint shop is located in a house turned storefront in the historic Hillcrest neighborhood. Whether you’re buying a piece for your personal collection or a gift for family, you’ll find a broad collection of vintage, estate and antique furniture and furnishings at Kahler-Payne.

Open Tuesday-Saturday from 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

700 N. Van Buren St., Little Rock | 501.663.0608

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Fabulous Finds Antique & Decorative Mall

Fabulous Finds is like an antique candy store for adults. Once you walk through the first time, you’ll be hooked. They have everything from French-style dining sets to retro artworks, primitive decor and a wide range of glassware.

Open Wednesday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday from 1-5 p.m.

2905 Cantrell Road, Little Rock | 501.614.8181

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Midtown Vintage Market

A stop at Midtown Vintage Market should be a monthly, if not weekly, occurrence. The multi-vendor shop is packed to the brim with everything from old to new furniture and decor. With more than 140 booths to peruse, there is a surprise waiting for you around every corner.

Open Monday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday from 1-5 p.m.

105 N. Rodney Parham Road, Little Rock | 501.223.3600

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Mid Mod Mike

Featured in Soirée’s March issue in 2021, Mid Mod Mike is a local treasure hunter with a knack for finding unexpected pieces, some of which you can find in Moxy Modern Mercantile. Raised from a love for vintage and flea market shopping with his grandparents, Michael Harris created his online shop to share his finds with his community. “From brass animal bookends to rattan chairs to a propensity for stylish ashtrays, his feed is a beacon for diehard thrifters and redesign daydreamers alike.”

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Moxy Modern Mercantile

This SoMa shop has an assortment of curious finds, including the occasional mid-century modern design. At Moxy Modern Mercantile, trendy meets retro with their selection of vintage and industrial decor, lighting, objects, gifts, puzzles, games, greeting cards and more. You never know what you’re going to find here, so come with an open mind.

Open Tuesday-Sataturday from 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

1419 Main St., Little Rock | 501.374.2474

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Galaxy Furniture

Galaxy Furniture is another hidden gem that deserves the spotlight. Located off of Main Street in Argenta, this secondhand shop offers a unique shopping experience with used/recycled office furniture, local art and retro, mid-century and danish modern styles. Back in 2018, HBO’s hit series “True Detective” purchased the store out of their entire 1970s stock to use for season three, and the 2018 film “Antiquities” was largely shot in-store.

Open Monday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

304 Main St., North Little Rock | 501.375.3375

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One of a Find

Best known for its vast assortment of vintage jewelry and accessories, One of a Find certainly lives up to the name with its small, but significant assortment. The Riverdale shop is tried and true, and, if you take your time, you may just walk out with that perfect find.

Open Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

3400 Old Cantrell Road, Little Rock | 501.519.6041

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Bonus: Citizen’s Den Interior

Created by local makeup artist turned interior designer Jessica Humerick, Citizen’s Den Interior is one of Little Rock’s newest online shops for eclectic vintage treasures. By mixing different decades, textures and styles together, Humerick has created a strong social media following using her unique eye and personal style.

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Little Rock certainly has no shortage of memorable vintage and antique stores if you know where to look. You can even find vintage home goods and more at different pop-ups around the city. Here are a few local markets to keep an eye out for:

Forever Thrifted | Sept. 2 (recurring)
East Village Art Market | Sept. 2
Bella Rustina Modern Vintage Market | Sept. 8-10
Vintage Market Days of Little Rock | Sept. 15-17

Most markets post event information on social media, so be sure to give them a follow on Instagram and Facebook to see where they’ll be set up next. Shop secondhand goods locally and discover something new for your life, home and closet.

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