From retro to rococo, everything old is new again
Offers fine art, antiques, home furnishings, objet d’art, and unique finds. Shop online or in their 3,600 sqft showroom that we maintain full of fresh inventory spanning the globe and centuries. Antique to modern, focused on form, function and design, a true eclectic mix where you’ll find what you weren’t looking for.
This place has a remarkable and extensive collection of Hitchcock furniture. Check it out.
Still River Antiques
13 Riverton Rd., Riverton
A secret source for interior designers and savvy individuals. Greg and Natalie have a knack for pulling in fresh and stylish antiques every day and overseeing a talented in-house design-build team who create contemporary furniture. Prepare to be wowed by the soaring 7,000 sq. ft. lofty showroom!
Specializing in fine American antiques from the 18th and early 19th centuries, our three-story building on the Green in Litchfield is a true New England destination. Paintings, folk art, furniture, and decorative accessories fill our breathtaking galleries. Come browse and be wowed! History has never been so exciting.
39 West St., Litchfield
Litchfield County Auctions holds auctions five times a year and the bidding is done online. The LCA tag sales that run along with the auctions are great. The selection is best on the weekends, however Mondays and Tuesdays bring 40-60% off.
Litchfield County Auctions
425 Bantam Rd., Litchfield
Bob Kretchko Antiques located just off the historic village green in New Milford has been in business since 1990. They pride themselves on providing customers with quality antiques and personal service. They deal in fine quality antiques victorian all the way through to mid century. They buy antique and vintage collectibles such as advertising signs, 19th century photography including cameras and viewers, sterling silver, clocks, bronzes, paintings, fine glass, porcelain, and antique coin operated machines.
Sundays since 1976 (April–November), treasure hunters, antique collectors, farmers, foodies, and alike have flocked to the famous Elephant’s Trunk Flea Market. The verdant field is given over to dealers hawking everything from vintage tchotchkes and house plants to cottage furniture, military memorabilia and old signs. So basically, a little bit of everything. Get their morning-mist early, fill your thermos and begin your rummage. There’s no such thing as junk at the Trunk!
Located on Bank Street, this new New Milford favorite provides vintage and handpicked goods with an ever changing inventory, featuring accessories, clothing, houseware, and more.
20 Bank St., New Milford
This beautiful New Preston shop offers the most extraordinary collection of mens luxury clothing.
“A New England Shop Where the Goods are Plainly Perfect.” — The New York Times
“The tightly curated assortment is the stuff of minimalist dreams.” — VOGUE
“40 Best Home Decor Stores in America.” — AD Pro
Joseph Stannard Antiques offers impeccable French Country imports and a “savvy classic” line from the owner/artist himself.
Joseph Stannard Antiques
8 Station Place, Norfolk
Charles Haver Antiques was established in 1993 by Architect and Interior Designer Charles M. Haver. Charles carefully selects antiques offering simple, strong & elegant forms. The focus of the collection is upon Country America of the 18th and 19th centuries, complemented by selective European antiques. The collection is displayed in an 18th century carriage house in the center of historic Roxbury.
A little bit of every era, from Victorian times to the 1970s, is on display here. The original and restored lighting section is particularly interesting. Open by appointment only.
111 Main Street, Torrington
Auth Antiques in Woodbury has over 40 years of passionate experience with antiques and art. They specialize in 18th century and 19th century formal, country and provincial furniture and accessories. Their purchasing is ongoing so they have an evolving inventory. They design furniture for their clients’ particular needs as well as curate partial or entire collections.
480 Main Street South, Woodbury
Farm Fresh Home offers goods from recycled industrial objects, refurbished furniture, and beautiful plates and glasses, as well as new, environmentally friendly, and local items. Takes a bit of time to really see everything.
107 Main Street North, Woodbury
Farmhouse Antiques is much more than a typical antiques store. With an emphasis on the country kitchen, dining room, keeping room, and garden styles, they maintain a discriminating collection of primitive accessories, furniture, collectibles and curiosities. This charming store also offers locally hand poured soy candles, soaps, artisan made gifts, unique lighting, pillows and more. Equipped with an on-site workshop, they can adapt pieces to suit their customers needs.
G. Sergeant Antiques is known for fine antiques and art that have enhanced many homes throughout the country and abroad. Finding that perfect livable piece is what we are known for. Our guidance will help you to create and enhance your own individual aesthetic.
For an enjoyable experience, visit our shop on Main Street in Woodbury to spark your imagination.
P.O. Box 686, Woodbury
Maison St. Germain is an unassuming and delightful vintage shop that hosts an explosion of colors, shapes, and textures. You won’t walk away empty-handed once you peruse the space bursting with all things vintage— from painted furniture, art, clothing, kitchen items, jewelry, and home accessories, all at affordable prices. The mother/daughter team who run it are just as dynamic and creative. Not to be missed!
738 Main Street South, Woodbury
Monique Shay Antiques features six barns full of French Canadian antiques! High quality tables, armoires, cupboards and accessories.
920 Main Street South, Woodbury
A second-generation antiques dealer and expert in American furniture and folk art with “historic appeal.” The engaging Mr. Mattox likewise directs a lively auction.
82 Main Street North, Woodbury