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Bournemouth Vintage Emporium

Bournemouth vintage shop

Bournemouth Vintage Emporium is unlike any other shopping experience. Why? It is a one-off vintage arena with unique items by artists, antique dealers and stylists on display. The Vintage Emporium is also home to historical tea rooms and a fine food market which plays great ambient music.

Owner Graham Spridgeon curates a truly original place of unique products for shoppers. This is because the Emporium houses more than 50 vintage brands under one roof. Visitors will always find something different: a range of furniture, lighting, pottery and glassware are always on display. In addition, there are vintage fashion brands and expert homeware supplies; no bric-a-brac or granddad jumpers. What if you love a unique piece but don't like the shade of blue it comes in? You’re in luck because the shop offers upholstery and restoration services so you can definitely own a customised product. In addition, they will even send your shopping by post - an easy life.

Expect a great atmosphere, friendly people and a good range of wondrous things. Enjoy breakfast, a light lunch or a cream tea in the lovely Tea Rooms. Chaz and her daughter serve beautiful homemade cakes with great coffee sourced from Southampton. If you're nice, the chatty pair will help you with any photos you want to take so you can get them on Instagram straight away. Open seven days a week.

 1172-1180 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth BH7 6DY

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