Welcome to The Vintage Post.
The Vintage Post (Previously Trish Hunter Finds) is an online hub that brings you closer to vintage.
We take you far beyond the objects themselves.
Come and meet the people behind your local vintage stores.
Learn about the history of the vintage items you love.
Be introduced to collectors of things you didn’t even know existed.
Discover new places to shop for vintage treasures.
Be inspired by the vintage bloggers in our modern world and
Fall in love with vintage for even more reasons.
TVP is also a forever growing online reference website for all things vintage.
WHAT IS THE VINTAGE POST?
Trish Hunter, founder of The Vintage Post, created the blog Trish Hunter Finds in 2008 as a personal blog.
As much as she loved the brand, she wanted to create something bigger and broader than her personal blog could offer.
Instead of the main focus being on on her, she wanted it to be on vintage.
Trish wanted to teach, to inspire, to allow readers to discover the wonderful world of vintage and to be able to feel more connected to what she did.
The re-brand was important.
So what is The Vintage Post?
TVP is the website where you can find important, interesting, informative, and insightful information whether you’re a buyer, seller, or admirer of vintage including…
If you have a vintage shop, vintage blog, or are a vintage shopper, you need to know about this.
Here you can search for what items you’re chasing, or what area you are visiting, and you’ll be shown possible shops to browse. Perhaps you’re organising a vintage shopping day and not sure where to start, this is where you start.
However… this directory is no normal directory. TVP places is personal.
We chat one on one with the shop owners and learn about their passion – their store.
The directory is interactive. The shop & blog owners can actually login and update their page with tons of news, photos, interviews, and information about their store. So it’s forever changing, and always interesting.
All places are heavily photo based so you can really get a feel of where you are shopping.
Places offer an in depth view of the vintage shops of Melbourne and beyond so you can plan your day out!
Weekly articles or ‘Posts’ will be published here for your much needed dose of vintage.
Here you can learn about all sorts of things like vintage designers, how to restore furniture, get your vintage shopping tips, learn how to get your best sales result when when selling, how to take better photos, and more.
There will be articles for buyers, sellers, collectors and everyone in between.
Don’t forget to subscribe so that we can post you The Vintage Post.
(We are always looking for contributors & writers for all sections of TVP. If you are interested be sure to contact us)
TVP meets and chats with a wide range of people in the vintage industry.
From collectors, vintage shop owners, vintage bloggers to home owners who live the complete vintage life. Step in their shoes, learn from their experiences and enjoy their personal anecdotes.
TVP finds some of Australia and beyond’s, best collectors and their vintage collections, ranging from ceramics, bakelite radios, furniture, ephemera, toys, and clothing.
(If this sounds like you, contact TVP, and you could be interviewed too.)
Have something that you aren’t sure about? Can’t identify a marking? Not sure what something’s worth? Or maybe you just want to talk to fellow vintage enthusiasts like yourself! Jump on our forum ‘Talk,’ and get talking.
Start a topic and talk vintage! It’s open to anything vintage related but please be kind and fair or we may have to ask you to leave.
Have a click around, get familiar with The Vintage Post and get reading. There is already so much to read and see.
Be sure to book mark us and to subscribe, as TVP is going to be updated daily and there will be a wealth of information and interesting reads to keep you fascinated, educated and interested in the wonderful world of vintage.