What’s old is new again. Whether you’re a fan of the grandmillenial trend, upcycling, or appreciate the unmatched craftsmanship of yesteryear, antique and second-hand shops are having a bit of a moment these days. Whether you’re looking to spend the day browsing for fun or are on the hunt for that one unicorn piece, here are our picks for a day of antiquing in the Richmond area.

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Class and Trash

Class and Trash: A true treasure-hunting experience, Class and Trash offers a unique blend of vintage and modern, with a little rustic for good measure. (Scott’s Addition and Ashland)

Jujubees: With a little bit of everything, this consignment, antique, and gift shop is a treasure chest of surprises. (Lakeside)

Metro Modern: From furnishings to lighting, to artwork, Metro Modern specializes in midcentury modern pieces. (The Fan)

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RVA Antiques

RVA Antiques: With more than 60 vendors and 10,000 square feet of shopping, this “not your grandmother’s” antique and vintage store features something for every taste and decade, from timeless classics to midcentury modern and everything in between. (Lakeside)

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Sheppard Street Antiques

Sheppard Street Antiques: Filled with stunning pieces for home and garden, Sheppard Street Antiques offers a more curated shopping experience. (Scott’s Addition)

West End Antiques: A classic antique experience, West End Antiques features more than 250 booths and 53,000 square feet of furnishings, fine art, lighting, pottery, silver, textiles and more, with offerings from Virginia Colonial to sleek industrial. (West End/Staples Mill)