Fill Your Feed With More Of The Best Second-Hand Furniture Accounts on Instagram
Author: Courtney Kruk
DOCUMENTED BY: @the_eye_has_to_wander
Remember that piece we published last week rounding up our favourite second-hand furniture accounts?
We found so much good stuff that we’re back with a part two. More mid-century modern. More travertine. More vintage furnishings to fit out your interior. Enjoy.
Documented By: @homeunion
Founded by Daniel King and Meghan Lavery, Home Union is a speciality vintage furniture store located in Brooklyn. The co-founders’ passion for 20th-century design and one-of-a-kind treasures is clearly on display in items like this 1965 slate blue Djinn Loveseat by Olivier Mourgue and this Brazilian rosewood and leather club chair by Percival Lafer. Their dealings aren’t limited to furniture either: they also offer vintage lighting and colourful textiles too.
Documented By: @cream.collections
Cream Collections promises a curation of thoughtfully sourced (and made), “dreamy and unique” furnishings for your home. If you like to stick to softer shades when styling your interior (we’re mainly talking cream, dusty pink, white and beige) then keep an eye on this page. Finding 80s lacquer pieces (like these lamp tables and this coffee table) was a real treat, as was seeing this art deco style console table. Cream Collections also sells its own range of contemporary homeware pieces if you’re looking for a smaller addition.
Documented By: @lwvhome
LW Vintage Home
Travertine, marble and terrazzo stone is it for some people. After scrolling through LW Vintage Home’s feed, we get it. There is something seriously elegant and timeless about the way these pieces can accentuate or transform a room of the house. We’re in love with this onyx display table and adore the colour of these vintage terrazzo stone side tables.
Documented By: @mooky.vintage
Shopping for second-hand furniture online is a game of patience and, a lot of the time, luck. Even the most dedicated scrollers still miss out. But Melbourne-based Instagram store MOOKY is helping people come out on top with its weekly drops of curated collections. Among the items we’re sad to see “SOLD” next to is this space-age angular club chair, this 60s footstool by Ingmar Relling and this beautiful restored highback tavern chair. Not to worry, there’s always next week.
Documented By: @objects_of_yesterday
Objects of Yesterday
Even if you’re not looking to buy vintage furniture, Objects of Yesterday’s Instagram feed is such a visual delight you’ll want to regularly get lost mid-scroll. Founder Jarvis Barker has put more than a decade of furniture and styling experience to good use hunting for second-hand objects you’ll scramble to buy for your home (or at least swoon over online). We’re willing to challenge our preconceptions about comfort and spinal support for these 1980s chairs and revive a love of white leather upholstery for this Alanda sofa by Paolo Piva. Though based in Melbourne, Objects of Yesterday also does Australia-wide deliveries.
Documented By: haunt______
Somewhere there’s a fireplace, a whiskey on the rocks and a very old bookcase that this Tessa T1 armchair belongs beside. Actually, there’s a lot of preloved furniture on Haunt that is perfect for the dark academia scene.