We all like to have nice things, but why would you buy something new when there are plenty of shops that give products a second, third or maybe even a fourth chance? That’s why we listed a few vintage and second hand shops for you to pick from.
Are you a fan of designer clothes? Opnieuw on the Ginnekenweg might be just the place for you. Opnieuw is a shop full of ‘second chance’ clothes, shoes and accessories made by the best designers. Would you like to sell your own designer clothes? They can be handed in here as well.
In need of some books? Or toys? Or maybe some records? At Vindingrijk it’s basically impossible to leave empty-handed. You’ll find pretty much anything here, and they add new items every day. Don’t have much time? The second hand products are also sold online.
Riethil 6 – 10
A shop, lunchroom and wood workshop all in one: Stilleven has it all. The employees often go on trips, searching for antiques and flea markets: things with a story. The shop mostly sells antiques and products from Belgium, France and England. Are you looking for custom-made furniture? Definitely check out the wood workshop!
Supporting charity with your purchases. That’s how Easy Kringloop works. This (online) charity shop is part of the youth’s foundation Jongeren Stichting Easy Pawn, meaning all proceeds are donated to the charity. This is a way of providing shelter and other help for the youth. You can find anything in this shop: furniture, decorations, sewing machines, typewriters and lamps.
Vintage, bohemian & urban jungle treasures. This is how Vintage Vedette’s owner Stephanie describes her collection. She set up the (online) shop in 2013 out of love for vintage clothing, furniture and home accessories. Still she goes out every week to personally pick out the best items from small vendors, on markets and abroad.
Teteringsedijk 89-G (only on appointment)