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Top 18 Vintage Shops In Los Angeles, by the L.A. Times, Spotlight with LA Times Feature.

Updated: Feb 21

We are thrilled to share the exciting news that Soy Vintage formerly known as, a thriving Latino-owned small vintage furniture business, recently had the honor of being featured in the renowned LA Times. The spotlight shone brightly on our unique establishment, offering readers a glimpse into the heart and soul of our passion for vintage furniture and the art of in-house refinishing.

Our journey with LA Times writer Lisa Boone began with a warm welcome to our store by our one and only Anthony, co owner of Soy Vintage. Lisa, known for her keen eye for design and an appreciation for authentic vintage, artisanal craftsmanship, was eager to explore the rich tapestry of our offerings. As we guided her through the carefully curated collection of vintage furniture pieces, each with its own story to tell, it was evident that she was captivated by the history and character infused into each item.

Our commitment to quality and authenticity is not just about selling furniture; it's about preserving the soul of each item, maintaining its vintage charm while ensuring it meets modern standards of beauty and functionality.

The Heart of the Business:

In our conversation with Lisa, we emphasized the significance of being a Latino-owned small business. We shared our journey as entrepreneurs, highlighting the challenges faced and the triumphs achieved, all of which contribute to the unique character of our store.

Our feature in the LA Times is not just a recognition of our business but a celebration of the communities we serve. We take pride in fostering a sense of connection with our customers, making them a part of our extended family. Through Lisa Boone's lens, readers were invited to experience the warmth and hospitality that define the essence of Soy Vintage.

Being featured in the LA Times has been a remarkable milestone for us. It has not only brought attention to our distinctive vintage furniture business but also provided a platform to share the stories, passion, and craftsmanship that define us. We look forward to continuing this journey, creating timeless pieces and lasting memories for our community and beyond. Thank you Lisa Boone for stopping by and having a chat with us!

Best Vintage Furniture Store in Los Angeles with mid century interior design
Los Angeles Times Feature


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