Since I was a child, the antiquarian stores have caught me. They were magical places that were full of objects and furniture that seemed fascinating to me. Now, when I grow up, those antique stores, or vintage objects, as many objects of the last century are told now, although sometimes it does not correspond to the time of this term, continue to cause me fascination.
And in fact, it is practically impossible to pass in front of an antique shop and not enter, or at least, not stop to see their windows to let my imagination fly. So today at Decoesfera we will recommend Five antique stores that every decoration lover should have in their reference agenda. We know there are many more, but somewhere you have to start ...
Since its opening in the premises of entrepreneurs that make up the dynamic Plaza de Las Armas de Zaragoza, the two young restaurateurs who hide behind Mu they have managed to gain a foothold in the Zaragoza restoration market with vintage furniture and objects very selected and full of charm, where after a process of restoration and transformation they have been able to unite the avant-garde with the classics to provide spaces with color and originality. In addition to the physical store, for some time the girls of Mú have launched an online store so you can take your furniture without leaving home.
The last stop
This place is one of the essential places in any visit to Barcelona. Articles of the twentieth century, vintage objects and large furniture of international design They are some of the objects that you can find in the last stop, a space directed by the photographers Bèla Adler and Salvador Fresneda in which the courtyard in which some of the furniture is exposed, and in which it is possible to drink something quietly.
From Barcelona we jump to Madrid to meet Reno Spain, a space where you will find very nice things, especially design and antiques of the twentieth century, with special attention to Nordic currents.
Located in the Old Town of Zaragoza, La Prendería, a magical place to find objects, furniture and whims of the 60s and 70s. Interesting and different pieces with a particular vision of furniture and vintage objects.
Cup & Cover
I have to admit that this is one of my latest discoveries. Cup & Cover opens its doors on Arganzuela street in Madrid, and here you can find furniture and decorative elements of the main styles and designers of the late nineteenth and twentieth century. From original Bierndemeirer furniture, to Scandinavian design, through pieces of ArtDecó or Art Nouveau.