Best Fleas in Seattle

Best Fleas in Seattle

Congratulations! You’ve found the home you want in the neighborhood you want. Now comes the real fun – deciding how you want it to look.  If the answer is “not like everyone else’s,” check out flea and vintage markets for budget-friendly one-of-a-kind furniture, art and accents that make your home your home. Here are four of Seattle’s coolest:


Hit Freemont Sunday Market for offbeat antiques, collectibles, and hand-worked goods from 165 vendors. Great for: wall art and statement-making accents (vintage suitcases are a known Swiss Army knife of decorating). Come hungry – the market draws the best food trucks in town.


Georgetown Flea Market is the place for vintage furniture and the unique dishware, rare books, and eclectic pieces (tufted coasters, anyone?) you’ll want to put on it.


SODO Flea Market

Clothing and jewelry dominate SODO Flea, but you’ll also discover gems like Wild Hare (practical home goods with exceptional design) and Iron Wrench Antiques for simple but far-from-generic seating and accent pillows.


Georgetown Trailer Park Mall

When the booths are vintage campers repurposed as charming miniature shops, you know the goods will be unique. Shop here for custom planters, ceramics, “literary curiosities” and vinyl records for listening and display.



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