5 to try: Mid Century & Vintage Wares

Who doesn’t love a bit of mid century furniture and vintage wares in their home? Here’s five of our favourite places to spend a few hours browsing for some fabulous finds.

So Last Century

754 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley
Open 10am to 4pm Thursday to Sunday

Conveniently nestled next to Secondeli near Second Ave on Beaufort Street so you can either start or finish your shopping with a cuppa, So Last Century is chock full of furniture, homewares, collectibles and some delightful kitsch all collected by the lovely and talented Alex.

Jungalow

346 Beaufort Street, Highgate
Open 9:30am to 5:30pm Monday to Saturday

Sharing a space with Wall Candy, Jungalow offers an eclectic selection of carefully curated retro pieces that be purchased instore or online. Worth visiting the shop though to check out Wall Candy’s delicious wallpapers at the same time!

Mid Century Cafe & Collectables

55 Michael Street, Yokine
Open Tuesday to Friday 8:30am to 3pm
Saturday 8am to 3pm and Sunday 8am to 1pm

A fusion of retail & retro, cafe & collectables, Mid Century Cafe & Collectables gives you a reason to visit the back streets of Yokine on the weekend, or during the week if you’re lucky enough to find yourself with some time off, to enjoy a brew and browse. Think unique suburban cafe with a retro twist!

Vintage Emporium

216 Whatley Crescent, Maylands
Open Wednesday to Sunday

From early beginnings as a pop-up store, Vintage Emporium is now a permanent fixture on the Maylands strip and is home to two vintage stores: Tumbleweed and 20th Century Vintage. Together they offer a selection of clothing and rustic vintage and mid century homewares and furniture. A Maylands must do.

The Dressing Room Market

Rear of the Rosemount Hotel
469 Fitzgerald Street, North Perth
Next Market: Sunday 7 October 11am to 3pm

Held on the 1st Sunday of every month, The Dressing Room Markets sees stall holders selling selections of vintage and designer clothing, jewellery and accessories as well as vintage and retro household items, plus you can hang out post shopping at the Rosie – bonus!

And that’s a wrap for this week. If you’ve got any comments or ideas for other 5 to try’s let us know – we’d love to hear from you!

Image from So Last Century Instagram

About Natalie

Natalie Hoye (me) is a Real Estate Sales Representative with Acton Mount Lawley who has lived and worked in the suburbs surrounding and nearby Beaufort Street for over 15 years. I love trying out new local cafes, shops and restaurants and am a big believer in supporting the local community and businesses. I have three gorgeous boys in my life (husband and two sons) and am blessed to be doing what I love in the areas I love. Read more about Natalie Hoye

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