Decorating your home with vintage, antique, and secondhand furnishings is a surefire way to make it feel one of a kind. But spending every Saturday scouring the aisles of Arc or wandering around estate sales isn’t always practical—or enjoyable—even for those who love thrifted finds. That’s where these local Instagram businesses come in handy. Whether you have a penchant for vintage Turkish rugs or you’re on the hunt for a midcentury modern dining table, the following accounts do the finding, flipping, and curating for you.



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A post shared by Monserrat Celaya Dominguez (@vintage_gems_denver)

If you’ve ever left Goodwill with a piece of well-loved furniture that you intended to refinish only for it to collect dust in your garage for months, this account is a must-follow. Monserrat Celaya Dominguez refurbishes left-behind dressers, hutches, desks, and more and resells them via her Instagram business. Dominguez creates statement pieces—often using vibrant paint colors—that make everyday tasks, like rummaging through your sock drawer, more fun.



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A post shared by Chez Mémé Vintage | vintage rugs and other bits and bobs (@chezmemevintage)

A rug is often an afterthought in a room—secondary to the furniture that sits atop it. Not for France-Lee Griggs, founder of @chezmemevintage. The Denverite sells a variety of vintage Turkish and Persian rugs, often in vivid colors and patterns that make a dramatic statement in any space. Griggs shared the impetus for her online business in an Instagram story: “Chez mémé means ‘at granny’s house’ in French. This business is an ode to my mémé because some of my fondest childhood memories were spent with her in a village outside of Lyon, [France,] which hosted what used to be France’s second-largest vintage market…I used to walk around admiring the vintage goods and dream about the stories these items must tell.”



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A post shared by zarella vintage (@zarellavintage)

“Dopamine decor” has been a hot topic in the interior design world lately, and it’s no wonder why: The feel-good design trend centers lively pieces that evoke a feeling of delight within their owners. Olivia Zarella’s Instagram shop features a range of joy-sparking home goods: Her recent sales have included a bubblegum-pink velvet sofa, a retro color-blocked rug, and a bright-yellow 1970s acrylic bookshelf. Shop her curated collection via Instagram or in person at Antiques Etc. on East Colfax Avenue.



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A post shared by Kristin | Curated (@curated_denver)

If your dream space is reminiscent of a set design from Mad Men, you’re in the right place. Helmed by Denver couple Kristin Stone and Will Dodge, @curated_denver sells midcentury modern furniture and decor—from walnut tallboy dressers to Danish modern dining chairs to funky glass-blown lamps. When necessary, pieces are refinished, repaired, and/or restored before being posted for sale on the Instagram account.



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A post shared by Thalia Aguilera | Sustainable & mindful D.I.Y. (@retrodenverfinds)

Many Coloradans will go to great lengths to make sure their furry friends are living their best lives, and Thalia Aguilera is no different. To make extra cash to cover her dog Knives’ vet bills, Aguilera started restoring and reselling secondhand furniture. Now, through @retrodenverfinds, Aguilera sells unique accent pieces and art and shares DIY tips for fellow furniture flippers.



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A post shared by Hutch And Hardware Interiors (@hutchandhardware)

Consider yourself an old soul? Allow @hutchandhardware to find your perfect furniture match. Its collection of secondhand furnishings exude the character and charm of a French farmhouse. Follow the brand’s Instagram account and Etsy shop for Old World–inspired art and accent pieces, or browse in person at Antiques Etc.