Words by Collette DiJohn Kemper
Photography by Jodi Bodtke

Fans of one-of-a-kind home goods agree the hunt knows no season — the drive to discover something unexpected blazes even in the chilliest months. Fortunately, the New Buffalo community remains a vibrant destination for designers, collectors, and DIY-ers throughout the year.

Find unique objects that tell the story of your space with this curated winter shopping guide. The collections are as diverse as the wonderful people who present them.

Canoe at Trilogy Antiques & Designs in Three Oaks, Michigan.

Trilogy Antiques & Design

‘Historical esoterica’ styled by a select group of dealers with a shared appreciation for unique forms. Primitive, modern, architectural, and Americana all get equal play here, making for inspired contrasts as you browse.

Thursday, Friday & Monday 12–5 | Saturday 11–6 | Sunday 11–5
19 S Elm Street
Three Oaks, Michigan
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A beautiful vintage window surrounded by art and antiques at Mazet in Three Oaks, Michgian.

Mazet Antiques

Mecca for textile fans, Mazet is home to a beautiful collection of antique Persian and Turkish rugs, embroidery, and upholstery. Owner Suzanne Frahm’s original pillow designs are a particular draw, in addition to vintage art, furniture, and objects.

Thursday–Sunday 12–5
1 Oak Street
Three Oaks, Michigan
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Catalpa Antiques

An elegant collection of French and English antiques with a focus on dining and kitchenware. Your search for rustic vintage cutting boards and patina’d copper cookware ends here.

Thursday–Sunday 11–5
22 N Elm Street
Three Oaks, Michigan
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Poppy Hill Vintage

A vast collection of vintage Americana — everything from classic vinyl to cottage furnishings — styled with warmth and humor. A picker’s paradise where the hard part’s been done for you.

Thursday, Sunday & Monday 11–5 | Friday & Saturday 11–6
22 N Elm Street
Three Oaks, Michigan
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Handcrafted linen clothing, books, and vintage textiles and furnishings at Sojourn in Sawyer, Michigan.


Designer Stacia Garriott Kass presents an effortless mix of vintage and contemporary handcrafts in her Michigan shop. A destination for design fans, the ceramic collection alone is reason to visit.

Friday–Sunday 12–5
12908 Red Arrow Hwy
Sawyer, Michigan
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Vintage ceramics on an old green bakers rack with contemporary art in the light-filled gallery space at Judith Racht Gallery in Harbert, Michigan.

Judith Racht Gallery

Gallerist Judith Racht describes her collection as contemporary and folk art, midcentury modern furniture, and objects of interest. Explore fine art curated with humble, frequently unexpected objects that demonstrate ‘good is good’ — Racht’s characteristically unpretentious maxim.

Saturday 11–5
13689 Prairie Road
Harbert, Michigan
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Vintage living room vignette at Alchemy Antiques in Harbert, Michigan.

Alchemy Antiques

Housed in a cleverly repurposed bank building, find beautiful, rare, often curious examples of vintage and antique art and design. Owner Brandon Nelson culls premier estates and markets to present a collection with a signature look and impressive following.

Friday 12–5 | Saturday 11–6 | Sunday 11–5
13696 Red Arrow Hwy
Harbert, Michigan
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A sunny cottage accessorized with antique textiles, plants, baskets, and candles at AP Shop in Lakeside, Michigan.

AP | Home

A little jewel box of a cottage beautifully styled by former Barney’s visual director Ariane Prewitt. If KonMari had a retail manifestation, AP would be it. (Only things that bring joy.) Find antique textiles, ceramics, and home goods.

By Appointment | 708.359.9204
14931 & 14941 Lakeside Road
Lakeside, MI
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Shops are listed in an easy loop that begins 10 minutes from downtown New Buffalo.

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