7 Women Selling Vintage Treasures On Insta To Up Your Homeware Game

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The pandemic has seen a huge increase in sales of interiors and homeware, and it's no surprise. While we were bound to the same four walls day in, day out, either you suddenly had time to get all those niggling jobs done – a lick of paint here, a plastered tile there – or you channelled your creative energy into zhuzhing up your space. And even though we're not under lockdown anymore, our love of interiors lives on.

You'll also have noticed an increase in vintage and secondhand trinkets on your Instagram feed. Whether because of redundancy, furlough or simply having nowhere to go at the time, taste-makers with time on their hands have seized the opportunity to indulge their eye for vintage. Lucky for us, many have continued beyond lockdown and have been teasing us with everything from pastel pink cut-glass candlestick holders to ceramic shell dishes – and we want the lot.
Ahead we chat to seven women, from London to Norfolk via Manchester, who started selling vintage homeware in lockdown. Read on to shop their curated pieces and find out the tips and tricks of the trade.

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