Find joy and inspiration this spring by getting inspired and acquiring new-to-you goods at some of the North Coast’s best vintage and resale spots. Support the local economy and using what we already have while getting inspired. You’ll find bargains that fill your home and wardrobe with unique and one-of-a-kind pieces without emptying your wallet. Find things that have a little extra soul to them by visiting these six outstanding resale shops in Clatsop County.
Vintage Hardware takes their consignment pieces to the next level with their displays that act as different “rooms,” each display transporting you to a different theme or even a different era. They sell mostly furniture, as well as hardware and art, including rotating “pop-ups” by local featured artists. Vintage Hardware also features locally made artisanal gifts, like soaps and jewelry, and is planning on hosting “Shop and Sip” events featuring mimosas and mingling. The owners are a couple who met 10 years ago at a flea market, and have since branched out into offering interior design services and events. Inquire within for details on design and event details. Vintage Hardware sources almost their entire collection from local sellers. While some pieces may pre-date Astoria itself, they are from Astoria and the surrounding area’s estates. This spot is overflowing with whimsy. Just walking inside is sure to lift spirits and get you feeling inspired.
1162 Marine Dr, Astoria
Monday – Saturday: 10:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Layers Boutique is a new vintage clothing shop that specializes in avant-garde, magical and whimsy style trends. The two vintage buyers and shop owners have created a shop full of treasures. Mixing truly vintage (and often locally sourced) fashion with edgy new brands like Rainbow OPTX, you are sure to find something for yourself or a loved one here. Or, stop by to get inspired. Layers Boutique sources their models locally, photographing willing visitors and guests. They are truly a curated boutique. From hand beaded could-be wedding gowns and giant cat eye sunglasses in all shades of the rainbow, to white cowgirl boots with rainbow stitching and leather halter dresses, this shop has it all.
205 12th Street, Astoria
Wednesday – Saturday: 12PM- 5PM
A more traditional take on vintage, Farmhouse Funk lives up to its name in that you can find all things rustic, farmhouse and burlap-chic inside. Visit for seasonal kitsch and décor, as well as an assortment of local, handmade goods and gifts. Mixing vintage and upcycled pieces, this antique shop turns on the classic charm for those looking for more traditionalist country furnishings. Farmhouse Funk also offer a seriously delicious selection of western boots, fashionable but durable, and true to the name of the establishment.
35408 US-101 Business, Astoria
Monday – Saturday: 10:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Garbos Vintage Wear
Garbos Vintage Wear is your traditional vintage clothing store. A narrow building filled with leather jackets, piles of vintage Levis, incredible costume pieces, classic jean jackets and vintage band t-shirts. Its overwhelming rows of vintage options are marked with a distinct musty smell that screams vintage credibility. This is the place to find unique costume jewelry, 70’s sheath dresses, and playlists that match the merchandise.
Garbos Vintage Wear
1282 Commercial St, Astoria
Sunday – Monday: 11:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Thursday: 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Friday – Saturday: 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
The Warrenton Goodwill is Clatsop County’s second-hand spot for those looking for classics, basics and staples. Its size represents the county, and its relative newness means it’s pretty clean and organized compared to other locations inland. What separates it from boutique stores is the merchandise, Goodwill sells everything from Target to J-Crew, not to mention second-hand Seaside outlet finds from Eddie Bauer, Famous Footwear, Nike and OshKosh B’gosh.
1450 SE Discovery Lane, Warrenton
Monday – Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Sunday: 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.