Stopping at local vintage shops is one of our favorite parts of traveling. After finding ScreenDoor on Yelp (one of my favorite apps ever) and reading reviews of how unique it was, I knew we had to check it out. As we approached the giant warehouse-barn—tucked off the beaten path with a ton of stuff in the front yard—I knew we had stumbled upon a vintage lover’s gem.
I’m not sure exactly how to describe this picker’s place of wonder, but it wasn’t your typical hanky-sellin’ flea market. It housed a wealth of mid-century modern furniture, industrial items, architectural salvage, and many one-of-a-kind pieces (along with some antiques and shabby chic to appeal to all). Not only did they have amazing items, the place itself was stunning—the building structure, the lighting coming through the glass windows… Two hours later we walked out with an industrial slide file box and a ton of inspiration.
Next time you’re in the area, stop by and let us know what you think!
“Established in 1999, ScreenDoor offers 25,000 square feet of unique home and garden accessories from more than 100 vendors. There is always an exciting selection of architectural, antique, mid-century modern, industrial and country furnishings to reflect your personal style.”
featured spaces: photos 1–3, frances domingues found design