Mid-Century Modern Designs & Vintage Furniture
Mid-century modern designs have become a source of inspiration for much of the latest design, furniture and decor trends, but if you want a glimpse of the real deal – timeless, one-of-a-kind items made between the 1950’s and the 1980’s – then Bex Vintage is the place to go.
Vintage Furniture and Decor from the 1950’s to the 1980’s
Bex Vintage sources distinctive vintage items in every price range and offers furniture, housewares and décor choices from all over Alberta . You can find this trendy vintage shop at the intersection of 17th Ave & 14th St SW, where you can browse tons of unique, vintage items ranging from kitschy 1950’s barware to 1960’s high-end Danish teak pieces; amongst tons of other items dating back to the 1950’s. Bex Vintage is also home to a number of large scale original abstract paintings by local Alberta artist, Tanya Klimp.
Sustainability Benefits of Vintage Shopping
Buying vintage also reaps many other benefits including the sustainability factor of buying second hand as opposed to brand new. Each year, millions of tons of household furnishings are dumped into landfills across Canada, but when you shop at places like Bex Vintage, you are finding beautiful, enduring products, as well as reducing furniture waste. To further their environmental impact, Bex Vintage also offers a charity program called Charity Click + Collect, where 20% of the proceeds from items in this collection go to their participating charities, including The Alice Sanctuary, Little Warriors, Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS), and HIS Global (Humane Society International).
BEX Vintage sources vintage items from around the province and can also assist you with estates and downsizing. They also offer consults on staging, furniture rentals for film and photography. Give your space the charm and character of decades past with vintage pieces from Bex Vintage, located at 1611 14 St SW.
1611 14 St SW, bexvintage.ca