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Nine vintage-loving accounts to shack up with

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Nine vintage-loving accounts to shack up with

Bloomfield Vintage (@bloomfieldvintage)
Lesley MacKay calls herself the wicker kween, and if that's not enough to earn a follow, I don't know what is. Her curated vintage shop is accessory- (and wicker-) heavy.

Relove (@relovehalifax)
Born again, salvaged furniture, upcycled finds and straight-up vintage. Shop on its website, creep on its social media.

Holy Roller Vintage (@holyrollervintage)
Another wicker wonderland, this is a source for peacock chairs, sweet shelves and loads of granny-esque, adorable things to fill them with.

What These Old Things (@whattheseoldthings)
Keep an eye on Brigid Milway's feed for new pieces, throwback trinkets and accessories and deets on her next online auction.

My Mother's Basement (@mymothers.basement)
A relatively new account for vintage dishes, cookware and small (adorable) furniture.

Absent Hour (@naomibhill)
The photographer and all-around aesthete stirs up serious moods with her images, but sells vintage finds and handmade accessories, too.

Rufio (@shoprufio)
A downtown Halifax shop (1528 Queen Street, well-placed on Vintage Row) that also sells and ships its clothing, furniture, housewares and oddities via DM.

Indie Home (@indie_home)
All things handmade (think concrete planters and Prana Rocks) and hand-picked (vintage baskets, Turkish scarves, adorable accessories) from Kimi Willgress.

The Curio Collective (@thecuriocollective)
A collector page for all things collectable, this new Halifax vintage gang is currently prepping for the massive Halifax Vintage & Antiques Show on May 11 and 12.

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