Antique picking and upcycling is becoming more popular as home shows, Pinterest, and blogs share D.I.Y. projects and décor tips that turn vintage finds into treasures. We’ve rounded up stops in Mesa for you to search for the perfect item to repurpose.
This Main Street mainstay has an ever-changing collection of unique antiques. Here you can seek out hidden treasures where more than 150 dealers showcase their finds. Get lost in nostalgia as you spend time browsing through the 20,000-square-foot, two-story antique shop.
Antique City Warehouse
Antique City Warehouse is a new addition to Mesa, but it’s size and collection are remarkable. Every genre of antiques is represented in this 34,000-square-foot mall, from Early Americana and Western to Mid Century Modern and Deco. Stick around after shopping to enjoy fresh roasted coffee at Steam Punk Brew Coffee Shop.
Open Friday through Sunday, Mesa Market Place & Swap Meet has more than a mile of vendors located under one roof. With 1,600 shops, live entertainment, and a food court, a whole day can be spent here enjoying beautiful weather under the shaded breezeways. You can purchase everything from jewelry and décor to hardware and fishing gear.
Old Brick House Vintage Market
This pop-up market opens its doors in Downtown Mesa the second Thursday through Saturday of each month. With different themes and finds, Old Brick House is a new experience for antique shoppers with each visit.
Pole Barn Primitives
Create a comforting, country feel in your home with the rustic décor and farm finds at Pole Barn Primitives. This vintage shop in Downtown Mesa also offers plenty of outdoor décor to liven up your yard and garden area.
Founders Grove offers an eclectic mix of old and new décor and goods. Vintage finds and handmade items from local artisans makes up the beautiful collection here. Sign up for one of the classes they offer in the shop to create a personalized upcycled piece of your own.