Where to Find Affordable Vintage Pots For Your Home Goods
I'm pretty sure the most asked question on my channel is where I get my vintage pots and vases from. I am going to show you my collection as well as where I got them from.
I hope to provide value to you by giving you different price points and areas for you to shop if you are looking to buy any of these. Remember to research anything you plan to buy to make sure it's worth what you're spending.
I would say that starting with the first vase is this beautiful black vintage vase or pot. I found this on Facebook Marketplace, which is one of the best places to find. I got this for $50 there, which I think is a lucky find because these sell on Etsy for over $120.
The next one that I purchased is from a vintage market that came by here in California. I won't say they're cheap, but if you want to find them and don't want to buy them online, keep an eye out for this market because it has all types of decor. This is a vintage rice jar. This is extremely heavy. This one was $72, so it's more expensive.
This one is perfect for styling on a console table, or you can use it as a spoon holder in your kitchen. You can use this one in so many ways because it's such a perfect size. It's not too big or small, and I love it.
Moving on to this next vintage jar. This one is an actual vintage rice jar. This is the shape that you always see, and it's very hit or miss with these online because sometimes you'll see that they look a little bit more greenish.
Again, this one's a little bit more on the expensive side. It is super heavy, but this is such a beautiful piece. This one is perfect for styling in a bathroom because it's so big, or you could also style it on your kitchen counter and have some beautiful stems.
I bought this one, I think, for the size. It's better to style in bigger areas. So counter, bathroom, or coffee table. It makes a really big statement. It was $89, and it's more like on the browner side. I love the detailing that it has.
I mentioned these pots can get expensive; you must invest in them. You can't buy them all together because it will get expensive. So, another great option where you can find these is to hunt on Google. If you go there and start searching for an antique shop near me or a vintage shop near me, look around.
Tip: saved searches
I get a lot of questions like, what do you search for when you're there? How do you find these things? So, I have a couple of searches that I saved. The first one that I save is vintage. I use just that keyword vintage. I also use vintage pot, vintage vase, and vintage vessels. There are so many different ways that you can look this up.
Then what happens is that Facebook's algorithm is like, okay, this person likes pots. So we're going to start showing them more pots. So then, when you go into your Facebook and click on the little marketplace button and that homepage, it'll show you similar things.
Facebook Marketplace Keywords:
Vintage, vintage pot, vintage vase, vintage vessel, black pot, antique pot, aged pot, distressed pot, antique pine, antique furniture, vintage furniture, studio McGee.
The next vintage pot is more of a cool-toned pot, which is really hard to mix with all my warm tones. I do have this in my kitchen currently for all of my wooden spoons, but you could use it for anything that you want, even for a plant.
It has like these little flowers, and it speaks to my Mexican side. So, that is one of my favorites.
Next up is this one from JOANN, and it is so pretty. This is more on the smaller side and has a nice brown, neutral, distressed look. I love the two-tone and how it is speckled, cracked, and all in between; it's so beautiful. This one was $29.99 with, I believe, 40% off, which I think is a great deal.
The next one is one that I found at HomeGoods. It was very popular last year, so they brought it back this year. HomeGoods is another great place to find stuff like this for very affordable prices. So this one was $29.99. It's such a pretty vessel with brown and reddish undertones, which I think is nice.
So this next one is huge; I'm sure many of you have seen it. This is from Hobby Lobby. This comes in a white cement color, and I painted it brown. It is so big, so it's more on the expensive side. I think it's $50 when they have their sale. It's beautiful for styling.
So this next one will be one that I think is a must-have. This one is from Hobby Lobby, one of their new ones for this year. This one is $29.99, so $15 with their 50% off when they have it on sale. It's just a beautiful black vase.
It is glazed, and I love that it stands out from the rest of my matte rustic pots. This one is so small that it's beautiful to style on a console table or a bathroom counter.
This one is also from Hobby Lobby. This one was $25.99. I think this one you could turn into something that looks more aged and vintage.
Where to find vintage pots
I hope you can use these resources to get vintage or vintage-style pots for yourself at reasonable prices. Do you have any vintage pots? Share your favorites in the comments below.
Vintage Decor Shops/Locations
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- Small Vintage-Style Pot With Double Handles (SCOUT & NIMBLE)
- Vintage Black Pottery Jar 2 sizes (Vanhorn)
- Rustik Concrete Planter (Burke Decor)
- Creative Co-Op Found Decorative Textured Clay Jar (Amazon)
- Vintage Mijiu Rice Wine Jar (Etsy)
- Black Textured Vase (Hobby Lobby)
- Gray Distressed Vase (Hobby Lobby)
- Matte Black Striped Vase (Hobby Lobby)
- White Glazed Outdoor Clay Pot (At Home)
- 5" Spring Brown Distressed Planter by Place & Time (JOANN)