How to Buy Vintage Furniture

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“Buying vintage furniture is a little different from your usual garage sale or thrift store shopping, because you are not looking for just any used furniture, but furniture from a specific era. To qualify as real vintage furniture, it should be at least 30 to 40 years old. Anything more than a 100 years old qualifies as antique.”


There’s really something about vintage things. It has that great appeal that even a simple room can look timeless and also it gives a sneak peak of history. But here’s the catch, not all vintage looking furniture is worth the price. You need to have an idea of what is it that you have to look for in a vintage furniture.

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