If you've got a thing for homewares or have recently moved house, it's likely you're following one or two Instagram accounts that sell secondhand vintage, retro and mid-century furniture. We certainly do, and it's more than one or two, more like five to six and beyond. Trawling through Gumtree in attempt to find the travertine table of your dreams is likely not something you care to spend your Sunday doing, so why not leave it up to the experts? Below, we've rounded up some of our favourite furniture accounts to turn your space into a mid-century haven.
One of my personal favourite sites. CCSS TM has an offering of premium condition pieces at appropriate prices. Their pieces are always elegant, considered and often quite rare in comparison to a lot of what's out there. If you like your furniture genuine, CCSS TM is a good place to start looking.
For those wanting to fill their spaces with retro mid-century goods, look no further. Lost Furniture Home is local to the NSW Central Coast and has an array of modular sofas, dining chairs, and danish teak pieces available. If you're after that warm, relaxed, retro look, Lost Furniture Home is for you.
Perth readers, this one is for you. Vintage Scout operates out of Perth with an expansive offering of travertine fossil tables in many iterations along with rattan Cesca style chairs and a seemingly endless supply if peach-toned pieces.
For the Sydney siders with a soft spot for muted tones. Illusory Interiors offer a carefully curated selection of retro and mid-century pieces fit for any space. Pieces are sold via DM and are displayed in covetable settings, intercepted with aspirational homewares shots to get a feel of the Illusory Interiors buyer.
Endlessly popular amongst the RUSSH editors and a huge portion of the east coast (it seems). Curated Spaces has an expansive and vast offering of some of the most varied vintage and mid-century pieces we know. From a seemingly endless supply of Cesca style chairs to Boucle Featherston's, marble coffee tables, retro lamps and the classic and covetable Wassily. Curated Spaces drops a new collection of pieces each Tuesday so if you happen to miss out, you'll know when to expect your next chance.