9 of the best online vintage marketplaces to follow on Instagram

Though Instagram is still a place to share your selfies, candids and photo dumps, for the entrepreneurially-minded, it’s also become an online destination for launching and running a business. Recently, many online vintage marketplaces have cropped up on Instagram, using the social media platform to sell handpicked secondhand gems.

While some of these use Instagram purely for marketing (so you’ll be redirected to their website or Etsy page to actually buy anything), other vintage and antique brands are taking it one step further and selling their found treasures purely through Instagram – and then the race is on for who can rush to the seller’s DMs the fastest to nab the latest pretty, shiny trinket or a stunning piece of mid-century furniture.

But who has the best vintage gems? We’ve rounded up nine of the best accounts to follow on Instagram to make sure you’re seeing the best vintage and antique pieces first.

9 of the best online vintage marketplaces to follow on Instagram:

Scene By Chloe

With over 11,000 people following Scene by Chloe on Instagram, her collection of eclectic vintage homeware and furniture moves fast. With a penchant for ceramic animals and a keen eye for the super kitch, there’s no better place to source a teapot shaped like a boiled egg (really). Browse her curated collection on Instagram then head to her website to buy your faves.

Follow @scenebychloe; buy at scenebychloe.com

The Attic

Another of our favourite online vintage marketplaces is The Attic. Run by Lara, who has an especially good eye for sourcing vintage tableware, it’s the perfect place to check out if you’re looking to update your tablescaping game with some one-off vintage gems. From ceramic plates and jugs to coloured glassware, The Attic is always well stocked with great vintage posters, too.

Follow @theattic.london; buy at theatticlondon.co.uk

Willow Wolf Interiors

Willow Wolf Interiors is best for collectable pieces of homeware and furniture, such as candlestick holders, lamps, chairs, ceramic bookends and more. At slightly higher price points, these are unique, conversation-starting finds that will elevate any interior.

Follow @willowwolfinteriors; buy at willowwolfinteriors.com

Foxberry Vintage

Jess’s penchant for Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern pieces really shines through on her Foxberry Vintage Instagram account. Plenty of coloured glassware and tableware is always lurking and her followers are quick to purchase the best bits, but to shop her curated collection simply check out the ‘Available’ highlight on her Instagram page and then DM to purchase.

Follow and buy at @foxberryvintage


If coloured (particularly pink and blush) glassware is your thing, FINNA is the place for you. From plates, bowls and wine glasses to trinket dishes, candlesticks and vases, it’s all here, dating as far back as the 1890s – and for really decent prices, too.

Follow @finnavintage; buy at finna.uk

Rosemary & Peach

Every piece for sale by Rosemary & Peach gets listed on the brand’s Instagram grid with pricing and sizes – and what a joyous grid to scroll through it is. Colourful painted ceramic pieces (particularly hailing from Spain and Portugal) make up the majority of R&P’s stock – when you see a piece (or several) that you like, just send a DM and it’ll be marked as sold as soon as your payment clears.

Follow and buy @rosemaryandpeachshop

Sourced at Sixty Six

Another Instagram page to browse and buy directly via DM is Sourced at Sixty Six, where you’ll find plenty of eclectic, retro one-off finds ranging novelty teapots, original gluggle jugs and plenty more unique treasures and collectible items.

Follow and buy @sourcedatsixtysix

Grandma’s Attic

Tastefully selected vintage ceramic and glass homeware fill the grid of Grandma’s Attic, which you can shop straight from Instagram. The mostly pastel-toned cut glass pieces, including candlesticks, vases and carriage clocks, are peppered with the occasional incredibly kitch piece – Mr Celery pot, anyone?

Follow and buy @grandmas_attic_

Little Fine Flea

Rattan is everywhere at the moment and luckily Little Fine Flea has a keen eye for rattan lampshades, a perfect way to incorporate the natural texture into a room. Alongside these are lovely check pattern ceramics, perfect for getting in on the cottagecore trend with, and other one-off finds that wouldn’t look out of place in even the most modern-looking homes.

Follow and buy @little.fine.flea