While antiques have always been in style, the grandmillennial decor trend has made beautiful antique furniture more popular than ever. There are tons of online retailers selling gorgeous antiques just waiting to find new life in your home. We've rounded up the best online antique stores, so get shopping!

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What started as an idea at the dining room table has flourished into the renowned company, Chairish. Husband and wife Gregg and Anna Brockway founded Chairish because they wanted to bring color into what they called an “unwelcoming, beige and airless high-end design world.” And that they have. With the basis of using expert curators, thinking small, and being sustainably chic, they’ve kept over 700,000 antique items in circulation. Chairish has all your home decor needs covered with featured collections and one-of-a-kind items.


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Regarding vintage, antique, and contemporary furniture, home décor, art, fine jewelry, watches, and fashion, 1stDibs has caught the enchantment of the Paris flea market by connecting like-minded individuals. Shoppers can interact directly with sellers as they can buy directly with them, negotiate a price, or bid on items at an auction. If you have any questions about specific pieces and their upkeep, at 1stDibs they have an expert team ready to assist you and can even help you source these hard-to-find items.

One Kings Lane

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At One Kings Lane, they aim to help you create a home you love and are passionate about. In collaboration with paint and wallpaper manufacturer Farrow & Ball, they now offer eco-friendly paints that are available in more than a half-dozen interior and exterior finishes and a palette that encompasses both quiet sophistication and vibrant glamour. Their free design service allows you to speak with design professionals, like Senior Interior Designer Jordan Schehr, either via email, phone, or online to help bring you closer to your dream home. An additional resource is their blog, which features a ton of articles that are full of stylistic inspiration.


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Founded over three centuries ago, Sotheby’s has a plethora of fine art and rare objects. 40 countries and 44 departments make up an unrivaled worldwide network of expertise which include Contemporary, Modern, and Impressionist art among many other art specialties. They also have online and live auctions for buyers to bid on top items. If auctions aren’t for you, no worries, you can purchase pre-priced merchandise.

Ruby Lane

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Antiques and collectibles are abundant at Ruby Lane. Named after founder Tom Johnson’s mother, Ruby Lane has an extensive collection that features everything from appliances and vintage metalware to postcards and picture frames. Ruby Lane has transformed the online shopping experience for both customers and sellers over more than 20 years, hosting more than 2,000 stores and attracting more than one million monthly visitors.


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Christie's, a world-renowned art and luxury company, was founded in 1766 and offers a wide range of services, such as art assessment, art financing, international real estate, and education. Christie’s has plenty of experience in the world of highly-valued pieces as they’ve sold Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi, Jeff Koons’ Rabbit, and recently Andy Warhol’s Shot Sage Blue Marilyn. By browsing and bidding, you’ll discover a whole new world of luxury.

Elsie Green

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At Elsie Green they believe in the power of sustainability and, “that not making something new is the greenest thing of all, that a small business can make a big difference, that the human touch is a powerful thing, and that working side by side with your family is a really nice way to spend your day.” Their diligence is seen in the selection of the items featured throughout their website like vintage benches to Turkish wool rugs.


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Rejuvenate your space with Rejuvenation, where starting at-home projects is made simple. Whether it's an heirloom item from the antiques & vintage collection or brand-new, carefully designed products made to last, everything produced is based on a commitment to great craftsmanship. Specializing in custom lighting fixtures their orders are assembled at their factory in Portland, Oregon by skilled craftsmen. Whether they’re making, restoring, or curating, Rejuvenation will help you find pieces to turn your house into a home.

No matter which of these online retailers you choose, gorgeous antiques await.