Known for its sprawling nature and charming downtown, Spokane serves as a gateway between eastern Washington and the Idaho border. Throughout the years, the city has become steadily more popular as a place to raise families, to explore Washington’s scenery, and to dine and shop during winding road trips.
LIke many other large cities in Washington state, Spokane has its fair share of thrift stores and harbors a love of all things reused and recycled. Whether you live in Spokane or just passing through, there are tons of great second hand stores to explore. Below are 12 of some of the best thrift stores in Spokane, where to find them, what they carry, and more.
Global Neighborhood Thrift And Vintage
Known as one of the best thrift stores in all of Spokane, Global Neighborhood Thrift and Vintage recently celebrated 10 years of business. Their brick red store front with simple but charming white lettering is the gateway to a vast mall of vintage and second hand clothing, accessories, books, household goods, and more.
On top of their great in-store selection, Global Neighborhood Thrift and Vintage has a great mission dedicated to helping the refugees of Spokane find employment all while providing the community with sustainable and accessible thrifting opportunities. If you’re interested in donating to their store, they have a drive thru donation center that is open daily from 9 AM to 5 PM at the backside of the store building.
Garland Resale Boutique
Located in the heart of Spokane’s downtown, Garland Resale Boutique is primarily focused on women’s clothing and accessories, all of which are high quality and gently used. Their goal is to keep stylish fashion sustainable while keeping prices as reasonable as possible. The store’s convenient location makes it a great place to stop into after getting lunch at a nearby restaurant.
Garland Resale Boutique is open for consignment appointments, which can be made by email or by calling the store directly. They are open Tuesday through Friday from 11 AM to 6 PM and on weekends from 10 AM to 3 PM.The store is closed on Mondays.
This family owned business is chock full of gently used and pre-loved treasures, from clothing and home decor to books and collectibles. Located on Northwest Blvd, Veronica’s Thrift is fairly new to Spokane’s shopping scene but is already making waves due to their large selection of items, good prices, and vintage charm.
Veronica’s Thrift is open every day from 10 AM to 5 PM. They also partner regularly with local events and charities including sidewalk sales and pop up events. If you’re looking for a thrift store that’s a little more off the beaten path, the small but mighty Veronica’s Thrift is the place for you.
Locally owned and operated, Thrifty Mamas is another family owned thrift in Spokane that proudly boasts the best deals in town and with good reason. Their store is full to the brim of countless shelves filled with jewelry, clothing, shoes, DVDs, home goods, art, and more. Many of their items are priced at a dollar or lower, with some as low as 10 cents.
Thrifty Mamas is open from 11 AM to 4 PM, with some exceptions for holidays or inventory and restocks. Be sure to check their Facebook page regularly for updates on store hours, what’s in stock, and special sale deals.
Lucky Vintage And Pretty Things
Best known for their clothing and decor, Lucky Vintage And Pretty Things is about all things nostalgic and retro. Located in the Vinegar Flats neighborhood of Spokane, Lucky Vintage And Pretty Things is somewhat more expensive than other thrift options in Spokane but their selection of carefully curated goods and holiday items is hard to beat.
Lucky Vintage And Pretty Things is open from Wednesday through Saturday from 10 AM to 4 PM. They are closed Sunday through Tuesday. The store itself is regularly updated with decor to suit the seasons and holidays so each in-store experience feels brand new. Be sure to check out their sister store, Vinegar, located on the same street in Spokane.
Two Women Vintage Goods
Part antique shop and part coffee shop, Two Women Vintage Goods is a unique and charming store nestled in the heart of Spokane’s historic downtown area. The vintage store harbors antiques, gifts, home decor, and vintage inspired items while their coffee shop, known as Cream And Sugar, showcases locally roasted coffee alongside locally made chocolates from Spokandy.
Two Women Vintage Goods is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 11 AM to 6 PM. They are also open on Sunday from 12 PM to 5 PM. They are closed on Thursdays and Mondays. Their store also offers curbside pickup and delivery via their online shop on top of special open house events.
With nearly 6,000 square feet of vintage finds, Chosen Vintage is one of the best places in Spokane to find sustainable pieces of clothing, decor, and more. Their constant collaboration with local vendors combined with their eco-conscious mission means shoppers can enjoy some of the finest hand picked thrift in the city all while knowing they’re contributing to keeping fashion sustainable.
On top of their fabulous vendors and carefully curated selection of items, Chosen Vintage is proud to have one of the largest collections of vintage clothing in all of eastern Washington. Their store is open from 11 AM to 6 PM Tuesday through Saturday and from 11 AM to 5 PM on Sunday. Check out their Facebook page for store updates, special events, and sales.
Pine Street Market And Boutique
This unassuming shopping mall in Spokane Valley is actually a 30,000 square foot vendor mall featuring antique and vintage shops of all kinds. From collectibles to second hand furniture, Pine Street Market and Boutique is carefully curated to give shoppers access to high quality finds at reasonable prices, all sold by experienced and trusted vendors.
With over 140 vendors in the mall, Pine Street Market and Boutique is a great place to get lost in and find something new. In addition to their physical store, they also have an Etsy website for those that want a taste of what the store has to offer. Their Spokane Valley store is open Monday through Saturday from 10 AM to 6 PM.`
Next To New Thrift Store
Although their prices are not quite as low as those at Thrifty Mamas, Next To New Thrift Store is very much a close second. All clothes are priced at a dollar, with the exception of kids clothes which are 50 cents each and dresses which are 3 dollars. They are also known for their exceptionally low prices on furniture, making them a great spot for budget-conscious shoppers looking to furnish their home.
Next To New Thrift Store is open daily from 10 AM to 5 PM, with the exception of their Sunday business hours which run from 12 PM to 5 PM. They also have special events like parking lot sales with local vendors, sidewalk sales, holiday items, and more. Keep an eye on their Facebook page which regularly posts updates on holiday store hours, special events, items, and much more.
Windfall Thrift Store
Located just outside of Spokane’s Grant Park, Windfall Thrift Store is a church-run thrift and consignment store that sells anything from clothes and accessories to home goods and holiday decor. Many of their items are gently used or brand new for a fraction of their retail cost. Shoppers can find household necessities like kitchenware or specialty items like Halloween costumes all in one convenient location.
The only drawback of Windfall Thrift Store is their hours are rather limited. They are only open Thursday through Saturday from 12:30 PM to 5:30 PM. However, they make up for it with limited holiday sale events like their Christmas Fair and Bazaar. You can even find homemade baked and preserved goods at these events, like cookies or jam.
The Habitat Store
This non-profit thrift store sells gently used furniture, appliances, home goods, and more. The store itself is located inside of the Habitat For Humanity Spokane location, which focuses on helping people in Spokane and all over the world with housing and mortgages. It’s only fitting that their thrift store also centers around this mission.
The Habitat Store is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9 AM to 5 PM. Their store is entirely volunteer run, alongside their volunteer house building service. They are also open for donations, specifically for furniture, appliances, home goods, and yard items.
Tucked inside of the heart of Spokane’s shopping district, Boulevard Mercantile is an antique store brimming with clothing, records, furniture, decor, and more. With nearly 6,000 square feet of shopping space and a diverse selection, it’s easy to see why Boulevard Mercantile is so popular. It’s also conveniently located near the downtown area and Spokane’s Riverfront Park.
Boulevard Mercantile is open daily from 10 AM to 6 PM. On Sundays, they close an hour earlier at 5 PM. On top of their vintage and antique goods, they also carry unique items crafted by multiple artisans including mounted bucks, woodwork art pieces, painted chic, and more.