- Author: Niki D'Andrea
- Category: Lifestyle
- Issue: Nov 2013
When it comes to high-end second-hand items, a stylish street in Scottsdale has it all.
Darlene Richert describes her 8,000-square-foot showroom at Avery Lane as “funkalicious.” It’s an apt adjective for her mashups of old and new – an 1800 Belgian baker’s hutch beside a contemporary Union Jack side table; Renaissance paintings above Mid-Century Modern chairs; and vintage children’s chalkboards neighboring riveted bar cabinets. “We’re going after the high-end design pieces,” Richert explains. “It was part of the market nobody was really going after.”
Since opening in February 2012, Avery Lane has become part of what Richert calls “The Loop Group” – a handful of high-end cosmopolitan consignment and resale stores along the Greenway-Hayden Loop near Scottsdale Quarter. She says Avery Lane is the only one in the area that carries antiques, but an eclectic mix of objects is also available at neighboring stores. Here’s a roundup of hot shopping spots within walking distance of each other.
Photos by Nicole Roegner
Avery Lane, 15613 N. Greenway-Hayden Loop, Scottsdale
Fabulous Finds, 15470 N. Greenway-Hayden Loop, Scottsdale
With a focus on furniture, this resale beacon regularly features items like a Moroccan-style sofa with a matching oversize chair, Sunbrella patio sofas and a pub-height dining table with drop-leaf.
Finders Keepers, 15455 N. Greenway-Hayden Loop, Scottsdale, 480-307-6552, finderskeepersaz.com
It’s all about the clothes at this consignment boutique, which carries designer dresses by the likes of Diane von Fürstenberg and cocktail attire by such designers as Max Azria, along with shoes galore, including Manolo Blahnik heels.
The Lost + Found Resale Interiors, 15551 N. Greenway-Hayden Loop, Scottsdale, 480-588-7006, lostandfoundresale.com
Whether your tastes tend toward Depuis bookcases and
writing desks or custom chairs with seersucker fabric, this shop stocks all manner of fantastic furniture.