Shop Small with Vintage and Main

Saturday, November 25th, is Small Business Saturday – a day to celebrate and support small businesses. Join us at the corner of Vintage And Main and shop small at the businesses you love. #SmallBizSat #ShopSmall #VintageAndMain

Wishing You a Cozy Vintage Winter Holiday

In every imagination there’s a holiday like this: a secluded peaceful getaway, a fireplace, a tree filled with ornaments, a kitchen filled with the aromas of holiday meals, quiet laughter, good times shared. We at the shops of the Vintage and Main Collective wish you all this; and we particularly wish you a holiday that’s full of vintage – from Continue Reading →

English Country House Redoux

Jane Ormsby Gore's Country Home

The English have always had panache for comfort and understated style, be it in a Mitford Sisters drawing room or a less than grand ruined country cottage, certain elements and style prevail. Color! Light! Remnants of a life well lived and traveled seem to fill the nooks and crannies of an Englishman’s home or this case an English Woman’s! Though Continue Reading →

Layers of Fall

Fall Collage

The season changes, becomes quieter. Nature transforms with deep, rich colors. Light changes, shadows play. Layers – of texture, of clothing, of aromas and tastes – complex and beckoning. These are just a few of our favorite adornments, for the person and home. Cabbage Leaf Majolica Platter // 1920s Tweed Wool CapeHand Poured Soy Candle // Cozy Fireplace Photos Blue Gray Continue Reading →

Urban Chic Vintage Style

Vintage Urban Chic

Vintage urban chic. A nod to the industrial, the rough edges. Designed for function, the simplicity and minimalism have struck a chord; perhaps they speak to our inherent history in the same way that farmhouse style resonates. And even though not all of us are lucky enough to live in a restored textile mill or industrial loft, putting together the Continue Reading →

We Still Love Lucy

lucy in fur

I Love Lucy re-runs are the television equivalent of a hug. Whenever you are lucky enough to catch an episode, you can’t help but feel comforted and happy. Photo Credit Though, as time goes by, we feel more and more sympathy for poor Ethel Mertz. They owned an Upper East Side apartment building, yet she had to put up with Continue Reading →