Revival a Go-Go Is Pilsen’s Newest Midcentury Modern Merchant

The latest vintage shop to land in this artsy nabe offers plenty of midcentury-modern housewares and funky furniture by Emotive Reclaim.

Photo: Courtesy Revival a Go-Go

Pilsen’s latest vintage shop is period-appropriate right down to the coffee table clutter.

The cluster of vintage shops on 18th Street in Pilsen just keeps growing! The newest addition: Revival a Go-Go at 1653 West 18th St.

Owner Cammie Christopher decided back in December that she wanted to open up a vintage decor and clothing shop (she had been working part-time at neighboring store Comet Vintage and had a storage unit full of her own finds ready to sell). The idea was to fill her shop with things she personally loves. And that’s what she’s done.

There are lots of midcentury modern housewares, including glassware, dishes, glass canisters, lamps, serving trays, and salt and pepper shakers. What sets her store apart from others in the area is that she also features pieces from Emotive Reclaim, a reclaimed material furniture design company owned by her brother.

Follow the shop on Instagram to see images of all the new arrivals—like the huge collection of Mexican cinema posters that are about to go on sale.

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