Aug 2, 2023 - Food and Drink

Huge vintage furniture showroom will open at Lintmen’s this summer

Photo: Courtesy of Katrina Teague

Charlotte Vintage owners are moving their popular vintage furniture store from Huntersville to Optimist Park later this summer.

Charlotte Vintage sells furniture, lighting and accessories from the mid-to-late 20th century.

  • The new shop, located inside Lintmen’s, will also sell designer vintage clothing, shoes, and accessories, from Gucci to Harley Davidson.

Context: Charlotte Vintage owners Stan and Katrina Teague specialize in sourcing hand-picked vintage pieces from estate sales, auctions and buying trips.

  • Inside the store, you’ll find one-of-a-kind, reclaimed furniture pieces.
  • The NoDa residents say they’ve been looking for a Charlotte location since they opened in Huntersville in 2020. “We’ve been watching the neighborhood landscape change every single day,” Katrina said in a press release.
Photo: Courtesy of Stan and Katrina Teague (pictured here).

Details: The 2,700-square-foot space will be located at 2315 N Davidson St.

  • Of note: Lintmen’s straddles neighborhood lines between Optimist Park, Villa Heights, and NoDa.

Zoom in: Charlotte Vintage is the latest addition to Lintmen’s, an adaptive-reuse project named after the nickname given to textile workers who’d return home covered in lint.

Photo: Laura Barrero/Axios

What’s next: Charlotte Vintage’s Huntersville location will close on Aug. 28. Katrina tells me they’re aiming to open the new Charlotte store on Sept.1.

[Go deeper: 5 best secondhand furniture stores in Charlotte]


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