Whether it’s a seven-day getaway or a simple weekend escape from LA, Palm Springs (and its surrounding areas) offer the ultimate destination for anyone wanting some R&R. The list of activities is endless: get some sun, go for a swim, read and relax poolside, enjoy the outdoors with a hike—and, if you can peel yourself away from the pool or simply want something different, you can do some great vintage and antique shopping.
Within the California desert town is a thriving collection of antique and vintage shops, fit for outfitting the closet or living room of your dreams.
The Fine Art of Design is full of vintage treasures, with designers from around the world filling the racks and racks of clothes that fill the store. And do not fret: they’re open on weekends as they continue to renovate their store.
For those wanting to browse a variety of vintage and antiques all in one place, Route 66 is your spot. From beaded wonders to fixtures from the past, Route 66 has something for any and every collector.
With a name like Vintage Oasis, you know you won’t leave empty handed once entering this store. With mid-century modern light fixtures to more retro decor, Vintage Oasis has exciting pieces for all those looking for a special item.
A Saturday at the Palm Springs Farmer’s Market is a must. The Palm Springs Farmer’s Market goes beyond the usual fresh food stands, offering unique pieces spanning the likes of finds such as vintage t-shirts to one-of-a-kind chairs.
And when you need a break from all the shopping? Venture out to Two Bunch Palms for the perfect ending to a desert day.