Welcome to the Long Beach Antique Market Blog!
Cheap, chic, unique & vintage!!! Bargains and more! The Sunday Oct 15 event featured hundreds of sellers of antique and repurposed furniture, vintage clothing, collectibles, estate and fine jewelry and vintage finds from all over the country and many parts of the world. Thank you to all our customers and sellers for making this a great show. To see when our next event is click here.
Featured Seller of the month - A Beach Shack
A Beach Shack specializes in simple elegant lighting. Husband - wife duo Marsha and Bruce have been designing vintage industrial lighting for over 25 years. From vintage glass insulator lights, kitchen island chandeliers, rustic chicken feeder farmhouse lights, to designs made out of license plates as well as skate boards. They can custom make any design combining the old with the new to create repurposed treasures. Their lighting gives a unique vibe to any space.
Whether you are looking for a centerpiece for a room, or are a dedicated DIYer seeking inspirational ideas, check out our featured seller of the month A Beach Shack at the Long Beach Antique Market, in the Blue section.
Featured Seller of The Month
Get the modern vintage look from our featured seller of the month Gilda Slater from Mod_Studio. Gilda buys, sells and collects mid-century furnishings, housewares, vintage garden and outdoor living decor. She loves to rescue and restore forgotten treasures from the past and give them new life! From Eames to Eichler, connect with Gilda and she will help you channel the MOD look for any environment. Stop by her space in the white, middle section to score some mid-century collectibles and to get some fresh design ideas with a retro twist.
Connect with Gilda on Instagram to see what she will be bringing to the Long Beach Flea Sunday Sept 17.
More than 650 sellers from as far away as Arizona ,Texas, Utah and Florida with a wide variety of unique vintage collectibles. Keep a look out for merchandise never featured before at the Long Beach Flea Market. There'll be many new sellers liquidating their personal collections as well as their grandparent's household contents.