Deja vu

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor
Deja vu Macclesfield.

Looking for that perfect Chesterfield sofa or a voguish mid-century sideboard to complete your new living room? You need Deja vu, Macclesfield’s largest independent antique, vintage and retro furniture shop. With a massive six rooms, and a constantly rotating stock to browse, Deja vu is a dream destination for vintage shoppers looking to bring a hint of heritage to their homes.

Deja vu is a dream destination for vintage shoppers looking to bring a hint of heritage to their homes.

Established in 2010, the small shop front only hints at the three floors waiting to be explored. From antiques and glassware to vintage kitchen items and framed pictures and paintings — many of which carry an element of local interest — to the furniture itself, there’s a bounty of unique pieces available at affordable prices. In an age of flat-pack and identi-kit houses, Deja vu offers workmanship that has stood the test of time.

In an age of flat-pack and identi-kit houses, Deja vu offers workmanship that has stood the test of time.

Located on Bridge Street, just off of Chestergate and within a short stroll of fashionable foodhall, Picturedrome, it’s easy to incorporate a stop at Deja vu into any Macclesfield day out. A delivery service means that you won’t have to lug any hefty purchases home immediately. Meanwhile, as you would expect from any dealer of antiques, Deja vu will also purchase pieces from you, in addition to providing full and partial house clearances.

77 Chestergate,MacclesfieldSK11 6DG View map
Telephone: 01625 429283 Visit Now

Opening Hours

  • Thursday10:00am - 3:00pm
  • Friday10:00am - 3:00pm
  • Saturday10:00am - 3:00pm

Always double check opening hours with the venue before making a special visit.

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