Chicago’s Best Antique Shops
If you’re searching for some truly unique items, try paying a visit to some of Chicago's best antique stores featured below...
Good Old Days
2138 W Belmont Ave, Chicago, IL 60618 | Website
Good Old Days has been a Chicago tradition for around a half-century. The store on West Belmont Avenue sells antique furniture and vintage collectibles. You’ll also find lamps, stained glass windows, clocks, and phonographs. You can visit them every day of the week. The store has some online items too, plus Good Old Days ships to the tri-state area.
Lazy Dog Antiques
1903 W Belmont Ave, Chicago, IL 60657 | Website
Not far away is Lazy Dog Antiques. Also located on West Belmont Avenue, Lazy Dog is part of Chicago’s Roscoe Village neighborhood. The store offers a unique collection of furniture, art, vintage jewelry, and antiques. You’ll find everything from American and European selections to Asian, Art Deco, retro, Mid-Century and more.
The Golden Triangle
2035 W Grand Ave, Chicago, IL 60612 | Website
The Golden Triangle operates a 10,000 square foot showroom in the city’s River North neighborhood. In business for more than three decades, the store is the place to go for antiques, furniture, and artifacts, specific to Asian and European designs. The diverse mix of artwork, furnishings and antiques truly makes this place special. You’ll find the showroom on West Grand Avenue in Chicago.
Broadway Antique Market
6130 N Broadway, Chicago, IL 60660 | Website
Broadway Antique Market considers itself to be the city’s largest and oldest antique store. The market stretches across two levels, with items available from 75 dealers. Buyers will find everything from antique furnishings and lighting to art and jewelry at Broadway Antique Market. The shop is open Thursdays through Sundays on North Broadway.
Randolph Street Market
1341 W Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60607 | Website
It’s not exactly a traditional store, but Randolph Street Market is a fun place to hunt for treasures in the city’s West Loop/Fulton Market neighborhood. The market is open select days of the year for indoor and outdoor markets selling everything from antiques and vintage items to handmade goods, food and more. The market also brings in live music and a festive atmosphere.
Architectural Artifacts, Inc.
4325 N Ravenswood Ave, Chicago, IL 60613 | Website
Architectural Artifacts has a large presence in Chicago’s River North neighborhood. Previously located in Ravenswood, the shop has been in business for more than three decades. The 40,000 square foot store sells items from around the world, including some Mid-Century selections and some truly unique items it calls “Historically Significant”, like a pair of Frank Lloyd Wright-designed chairs and some items pulled from some of Chicago’s oldest and most prominent buildings.