Find Vintage Treasures at These Hudson Valley Antique Shops

Whether you need a midcentury modern table in Hudson or an old typewriter in Rhinebeck, you’ll find a jackpot of vintage gems along the Hudson.

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Whether you need a midcentury modern table in Hudson or an old typewriter in Rhinebeck, you’ll find vintage gems at these antique shops.

By Sabrina Sucato and Abby Audenino

When it comes to antiquing, the Hudson Valley is a bit like Mary Poppins’ carpet bag. Pop in one store and you’ll walk away with everything from cast iron pans and coffee pots to Shaker chairs and vintage tablecloths. Go to another and you just may find the perfect dining room table, bed frame, or record player to enliven your abode. Regardless of which thingamabobs and whatchamacallits call your name, you’ll find them all, and then some, at the region’s abundance of antique shops.

Get ready to grab a tote, clear out your car (trust us, you’ll need the space), and embark on an antiquing adventure.

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Capital Region (Albany & Rensselaer County)

Trojan Horse Antiques

4 3rd St., Troy 


Trojan Horse Antiques began in 2008 on River Street, but has since grown to a successful shop that requires a larger space. Now located on 3rd Street in the heart of downtown Troy, Trojan Horse Antiques offers a diverse inventory of home décor, furniture, pottery, and many other bits and pieces that will catch your eye.

Columbia County

Cottage Treasures

99 South 3rd St., Hudson

Located outside the gaggle of Hudson’s Warren Street antique shops, Cottage Treasures is a 40,000-sq-ft shop that caters to home goods shoppers on every scale of the housing spectrum. Whether you want to decorate a cottage or a castle, you’ll have a field day sorting through the 3,000-plus items that date from the 1500s to the 1950s.

Finch Hudson

427 Warren St., Hudson

 

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If you’re looking for a shop that embodies the quintessential Hudson aesthetic, Finch is it. The hybrid antique shop was founded by Andrew Arrick, who previously worked for luxury fashion brands Yves Saint Laurent, Celine, and Vera Wang. Arrick’s fashion retail experience allows him to expertly curate quality goods and blend them with a modern, timeless feel that’s perfect for the Hudson Valley. Finch sells covetable collector furniture alongside modern decorations in an experiential shopping environment.

Luddite Antiques

224 Main St., Germantown

 

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True to its name, Luddite keeps a low profile online, instead choosing to showcase its curated wares only on Instagram. If you’re on the hunt for furniture that melds modernity with rustic Adirondacks touches, you’ll want to check out this Germantown shop as soon as possible. One thing to note: The shop is only open Saturdays, Sundays, and by appointment.

Red Chair on Warren

606 Warren St., Hudson


It’s hard to describe Red Chair on Warren as an antique store. Yes, it technically is an antique store, thanks to its exquisite collection of 17th-, 18th-, and 19th-century collectibles. One step into the Warren Street shop, however, and you’ll think you wandered straight into a home editorial photoshoot. With treasures that play into the gray, blue, and white palettes, the shop is centered around Swedish, Belgian, and French antiques, and owner Jocie Sinauer frequently makes trips to France to hand-select items for the shop. Even if you’re not in the market for antiques at the moment, Red Chair the shop is a must-visit for interior inspiration alone.

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Dutchess County

Annex Antiques Center

7578 North Broadway, Red Hook

When you need a statement piece for your dining room table or a last-minute gift for a friend, head to Annex. The Red Hook antique center contains wares from more than 30 dealers, making its selection quite comprehensive. What’s more, new items arrive every day, which means the store’s landscape is always on the edit.

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Beekman Arms Antique Market

24 West Market St., Rhinebeck

As something of a hidden gem in Rhinebeck, the Beekman Arms Antique Market is an upscale vintage center for collectable wares, jewelry, and decorative items. It’s located behind the Beekman Arms inside a classic red, two-story barn, so keep an eye out when you drive into town.

Hoffman’s Barn

19 Old Farm Rd., Red Hook


After Hoffman’s Farm Market closed in 1990, it slowly but surely morphed into a charming antique barn. Inside, odds and ends of all sorts stock the floor. Hoffman’s gets a selection of new merchandise weekly. Go in with an open mind and you just may come out with a record, a book, or even a vintage tub. Hoffman’s Barn is typically only open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, but you can visit on weekdays by calling ahead.

Hudson Valley Vintage

17 East Market St., Red Hook 

Hudson Valley Vintage is a unique antique shop indeed. It offers all of the expected items like furniture, home décor, and accessories; plus, in a surprising twist, it also hosts painting workshops during which you can learn to give life to your old furniture. In keeping with this theme, Hudson Valley Vintage offers a variety of paints with different finishes for all of your own DIY-ing ventures.

The Hyde Park Antiques Center

4192 Albany Post Rd., Hyde Park


A hub of Hudson Valley history, the Hyde Park Antiques Center makes the most of its 9,500 sq ft of space, filling it with everything from vintage bureaus and armchairs to sconces, clocks, and dishware. Set back on Route 9 in Hyde Park, the antique center was once used as a stage stop between New York City and Albany in the 1700s, and then served as the headquarters for President Roosevelt’s secret service contingency in the 1930s and 1940s. Today, Hyde Park Antique Center provides an ever-changing antique selection that exemplifies the history of the Hudson Valley and beyond.

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Millbrook Antiques Mall

3301 Franklin Ave., Millbrook 

Specializing in 18th- and 19th-century European furniture, Millbrook Antiques Mall is located in the heart of the Hudson Valley, has over 30 shops under one roof, and offers three floors of furniture, collectibles, vintage jewelry, rare books, and more.

Rhinebeck Antique Emporium

5229 Albany Post Rd., Staatsburg


A Route 9 mainstay, Rhinebeck Antique Emporium is a must for everything from artwork and fixtures to appraisals and mass liquidations. Rhinebeck Antique Emporium delivers antique appraisals and is also home to a repair team that can restore inherited antiques and heirlooms to their original value.

Greene County

Tannersville Antique & Artisan Center

6045 Main St., Tannersville


Tannersville’s antique shop charms the Catskills region with a varied selection from over 80 vendors. Whether you’re looking for handcrafted quilts, New York paintings, Native American rugs, or Americana chairs, you’ll find everything you need to personalize your abode.

Orange County

Newburgh Vintage Emporium

5006 Rte. 9W, Newburgh
10 NY-17K, Newburgh


With over 50,000 sq ft to its name, Newburgh Vintage Emporium is an antiquing empire. It has two locations just seven minutes apart (Newburgh Vintage Warehouse is the name of the second location), is open six days a week, and includes shopping options from a collection of over 125 vintage and antique vendors, so be prepared to kill a few hours wandering from section to section if you go.

Putnam County

Cold Spring Antiques Center

77 Main St., Cold Spring

Cold Spring has swiftly become one of our favorite day trip destinations in the Hudson Valley, in no small part because of this antiques shop. Around 20 dealers sell their wares at the storefront, making the collection as various as it is eclectic. Each dealer has their own specialty—whether it be jewelry, vinyl, clothing, or sports memorabilia—so you know you’re getting the best of the best.

DamnAged Vintage

109 Main St., Cold Spring

 

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If you love vintage goods but don’t love the hunt, this is probably the vintage store for you. The shop’s founder and curator, Judiann Romanello, opened DamnAged after a decade in visual merchandising, so you can rest assured that her taste is on point. The pickings are high quality, stylish, and often high fashion, so don’t be surprised if you drop a pretty penny at the expense of enviable fashion sense.

Rockland County

The Garage Girls

34 Wayne Ave., Suffern

Known for its charming mixture of antique and shabby chic furniture and home décor, The Garage Girls is a delight during a visit to Suffern. Stop by regularly, since the wares change often, and keep an eye out for the more unusual finds. The Garage Girls also offers custom painted furniture as a way to give new life to older pieces.

Wow! That’s Unusual!

22 Lafayette Ave., Suffern

 

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If the name doesn’t tip you off already, this Rockland County storefront is a one-stop shop for quirky treasures. There’s a little bit of everything here, so take your time as you browse the top level. If you’re feeling particularly adventurous, head downstairs for even more (read: larger) vintage wares.

Ulster County

Antiques Barn at Water Street Market

10 Main St., New Paltz


Located within the Water Street Market shopping complex in New Paltz, the Antiques Barn offers a fun assortment of jewelry, glass, furniture, and pottery. Whether you’re an experienced collector or a weekend shopper in search of a few knickknacks to jazz up your mantle, you’ll love a wander through the charming red barn.

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Jenkinstown Antiques

520 Rte. 32 South, New Paltz

Tucked inside the historic 1792 Hallock House in New Paltz, Jenkinstown Antiques mixes country vintage with Hudson Valley heritage items and regional art. If you want to know more about a piece of art or a local artist, feel free to ask owner Sanford Levy; he’s more than happy to share his expertise.

Kingston Consignments

66 North Front St., Kingston


Unlike most antique stores, which stick to either high-end or mass-appeal goods, Kingston Consignments melds the two to offer a variety of price points to Hudson Valley shoppers at large. The two-floor center features consigned goods on the first level and a curated antique shop located on the second level and the back of the ground floor. If quirky knickknacks like typewriters, glass bottles, and old-timey clocks are on your “to buy” list, you’ll want to swing by immediately.

Milne Antiques & Design

81 Broadway, Kingston


Yes, it’s an antique shop. It’s also a design company that works with clients to create the abodes of their dreams. Visit the showroom to experience the charming medley of vintage, industrial, and custom goods on display or, if you’re looking for a specific piece, call or stop by the shop and let them source it for you.

Phoenicia Arts and Antiques

41 Main St., Phoenicia

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Phoenicia Arts and Antiques is a vintage market that features an art gallery, local merchants and artisans, and vintage antiques out of the former town pharmacy on Main Street. Phoenicia Arts and Antiques also sells Phoenicia Honey Co. products with infused varieties of honey from chai spice to chocolate and bergamot to smoky habanero and sea salt. A stop at Phoenicia Arts and Antiques is a must when in the Catskills, and you’ll likely find yourself traveling home with cool vintage finds as well as valuable additions to your tea cabinet. 

Pop Vintage Antiques

106 Partition St., Saugerties

Searching for eclectic looks and furniture? Pop Vintage Antiques in Saugerties specializes in eye-catching finds from the 1950s to the 1980s. From old-school-cool clothing to dazzling vintage jewelry, this Ulster County spot is an absolute treasure trove for bargain hunters.

Rose Hill Antiques

5066 Rte. 209, Accord

 

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What was once a greenhouse in Accord is now a 1,500-sq-ft space dedicated to antiques and collectibles from the 18th century onward. The shop specializes in Hudson Valley historical items, so if you’re thinking of buying or selling a piece of local history, this is the place to visit.

Saugerties Antiques Center

220 Main St., Saugerties

Centrally located on Main Street in Saugerties, the antiquing hub is a treasure trove for unforgettable furniture and high-end decorative items. Visit regularly, since you never know when you’ll come across a Louis Vuitton luggage case or a majestic four-poster bed frame.

Stuff

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Originally located in Rosendale and later in Kingston, the funky business boasts a curated collection of “stuff” that places a large emphasis on eye-catching design. While the Stuff team has shuttered their brick-and-mortar location, they still restore and sell select goods and furniture online. Follow them on Instagram and stay tuned for updates on their website.

Zaborski Emporium

27 Hoffman St., Kingston

 

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At first glance, Zaborski Emporium looks like a junkyard. If you’ve ever gone antiquing, however, you’ll know that appearances can be deceiving. Swing by the warehouse-style space for everything from kitchen fixtures and antique plumbing parts to vents and lighting.

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