Finders Keepers: 5 Long Island Antique Shops

As tempting as the latest IKEA catalog may be, nothing can compare to an authentic treasure hunt. Take a step away from the ordinary and you may find your next lamp, clock, glass or piece of furniture at one of these unique Long Island antique shops.

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Hidden Treasures Found, Sayville

This small, cozy store sells a mix of vintage, rustic and antique furniture and home décor. Unique finds include soy candles, custom paint furniture and driftwood painted signs. Address: 277 Railroad Avenue | Phone: 631-335-0547 Click to visit

Deep End of the Sandbox, Lake Ronkonkoma

Step back into the 90s—minus boy bands. This family operated shop carries a large variety of vintage computer and video games (like Nintendo, Atari and Sega) as well as Cabbage Patch Kids, Barbie’s and G.I. Joes. Address: 650 Portion Road | Phone: 631-676-3130 Click to visit

Somewhere in Time Antiques, Northport

Home to the largest collections of vintage jewelry on Long Island, visitors will find necklaces, bracelets, earrings and tiaras here. The shop also offers retro designer handbags (think Chanel), luxury furs and accessories. Address: 162 Main Street | Phone: 631-757-4148 Click to visit

Good Ground Antique Center, Hampton Bays

Family run since 1966, this East End shop carries a collection of vintage furniture, tableware and appliances. It is the perfect place to find your next dinnerware theme. Address: 52 W Montauk Hwy | Phone: 631-728-6300 Click to visit

In the Attic Too, Laurel

This rustic shop features both vintage and handcrafted furniture like desks, side tables and dressers. It specializes in reclaimed materials and architectural salvage, all at affordable prices. Address: 1095 Franklinville Road | Phone: 631-605-9439 Click to visit