Newburgh’s Vintage Shopping Destinations

From vinyl records to home goods and décor, everything old is new again. An increasing number of people under the age of 45 are buying vintage and antique items. The quality, sustainability and convenience are not just a trend but conscious change.


This modern design showcase is the belle of the disco ball at Newburgh Vintage Ware-House.

Walking the aisles and booths of the award-winning Newburgh Vintage Emporium and their newly opened Newburgh Vintage Ware-House will inspire and stir up memories for us over the trend buying age (like me!). Vintage shopping at two locations within 7 miles in Newburgh is truly a treasure hunter’s dream. With over 125 dealers at both locations, you never know what you’re going to find.

The original location on Route 9W, which opened in 2013 was the perfect spot for a store founded with a vision for being the leading purveyor of vintage and antique goods in the Hudson Valley. It has over 11,000 sq ft of shopping with 45 dealers of vintage and locally made goods. You’ll find Mid-Century Modern, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Americana, Primitive, European antiques, Arts & Crafts, Industrial Design, repurposed and custom-made furniture. For collectors, there are vinyl records, Lionel trains, comic books and more. Satisfy your sweet tooth and childhood memories with their vintage-inspired candy shop.

After being dealers at the store for over 3 years, new owners Anthony Vesnaver and Matt Smith bring a fresh perspective and extensive background of retail and design experience to the vintage and antique world. Along with a group of over 50 vintage and design goods dealers, there is something for everyone. The friendly and dedicated staff will bring your treasured finds to the front so you can continue shopping and hunting.

In December of 2019, they opened their second location in Newburgh on 17K. The new location features an additional 30,000 sq ft showroom of furniture ranging from the early 1700’s to the mid 1970’s with numerous vintage design room vignettes. There are quite a few surprises: a 1950’s milk delivery truck, architectural salvage pieces, an 8 Ft Yetti (who likes to pose for pictures), a vintage clothing ‘shop in shop” and on-site clothing archive.

Newburgh Vintage Ware-house on 17K has the sport and decor that suits your style.
Newburgh Vintage Ware-house on 17K has the sport and decor that suits your style.

Their NY-17K location allows space for consignment furniture and stylized areas featuring staged sets from primitive to mid-century.

This building was the site of the former “Ware-House Furniture’, a family run business based in Newburgh for decades. From 1940’s-1958, it was the site of the ‘Avalon Roller Drome’, a popular skating and entertainment venue where Jimmy Dean played concerts. In the 1960’s ‘Big Scot’ provided loyal customers everything from dresses to electronics.

“We wanted to put Newburgh on the map for vintage and antiques, with 2 locations 7 minutes apart and over 125 dealers, there is truly something for everyone!” – Anthony and Matt


Rows of vintage dealers and styled booths at the new Newburgh Vintage Ware-house on 17K in Newburgh.
Rows of vintage dealers and styled booths at the new Newburgh Vintage Ware-house on 17K in Newburgh.

Upcoming events at Newburgh Vintage Emporium: 

Newburgh Flour Shop will be ‘Popping-Up’ at their Ware-House location, Saturdays & Sundays through February 9th with delicious baked goods and coffees.

February 8th is their ‘Vintage Valentine’s’ event with special sales and treats at both locations! Rumor has it, there will be a Frank Sinatra impersonator in store, singing his greatest love songs!

Find them in Newburgh, NY:

Newburgh Vintage Emporium, 5006 Route 9W

NVE Ware-House, 10 NY-17K

See their latest arrivals on Facebook or Instagram at @newburghvintageemporium & @nvewarehouse

Photos of Newburgh Vintage Ware-house by Brian Wolfe.
Green glass photo by Anthony Vesnaver.

Claudia Jacobs is a professional home stager, decorator and owner of Claudia Jacobs Designs in Newburgh. Read Claudia’s Corner in the Times Herald Record. Visit or call 845-294-8993. Send questions and photos to