One Kings Lane Is the Online Vintage Destination We Never Expected
Hidden gems are just a click away.
There’s something thrilling about searching thrift stores and flea markets for one-of-a-kind vintage pieces—you never know what hidden treasures you might stumble upon (or how much of a bargain you might be able to snag). Is there anything better than walking away with a secondhand item you love for a fraction of its original cost? We don’t think so.
While shopping vintage home decor in person will always have its allure, you can now discover beautiful pieces from decades past all from the comfort of your own home. Case in point: A careful look at the One Kings Lane website reveals a vast collection of vintage home decor that’s hiding in plain sight.
The One Kings Lane vintage section features pieces from top dealers and collectors like Rose Victoria and Apadana in just about every style imaginable. Whether you’re looking for furniture, rugs, lighting, books, art, or decorative accents, the unexpected retailer has it all.
And while some pieces are quite expensive, it’s also brimming with surprisingly affordable items just like any good vintage outpost. Just note that all vintage items are final sale and aren't eligible for returns or exchanges. Here, we've rounded up seven of the best vintage finds you can get online from One Kings Lane that won’t break the bank.
This vintage caddy has an impressive estimated origin date between 1910 and 1950. The aged metal offers a clever and stylish way to display glassware on a dining table or kitchen counter.
There’s never a bad time to stock up on unique holiday decor, and this vintage dinner plate featuring a partridge in a snowy scene would look beautiful on any winter tablescape. The 8.5-inch porcelain plate was manufactured by Haviland & Co. in France during the 1970s.
This beautiful porcelain tray emblazoned with an intricate pattern was made in 1966. Mount it on the wall or prop it up inside a glass-front hutch to display the detailed design.
Buy It: Carlsbad Porcelain Tray, $69
Sold by Fleur De Lex Antiques, this sleek silver pitcher dates back to the 1970s. The small metallic serving piece (it's just 4 inches tall) makes a worthy contender for bookshelves and built-ins.
Buy It: Silverplate Jug, $39
If you’re on the search for wall art with a story, look no further than this 1920s-era oil on canvas painting. The floral still life, which stands at 7.5 by 10.5 inches, is bursting with color, and its historic origins will certainly be a conversation starter.
Buy It: 1920s Floral Still Life, $129
Not your typical tea set, these five French demitasse cups and saucers are made of porcelain and feature 22K gold rims and floral designs. Tea time, anyone?
This 7-inch decorative plate made in 1971 comes all the way from Denmark. The festive porcelain piece is perfect for leaving on display during the holidays.