Zero-Waste and Vintage Shopping
Just a short MAX light rail ride from downtown Portland, Tualatin Valley has a plethora of sustainable shopping options. From zero-waste to recycled treasures, add the city of Beaverton to your list of shopping destinations.
Portland-based zero-waste shop Mama and Hapa’s recently opened a new store in the Beaverton Round. Find sustainable-produced gifts for your eco-friendly friends and family. They also sell e-gift cards. (Open daily)
Forager Vintage is a cozy vintage and gift shop, a few, walkable blocks away from Mama and Hapa’s. The store features a curated variety of new and vintage accessories, home goods, clothing and locally crafted artisan gifts. (Open daily)
Less than 500 feet away is The Vault Vintage Clothing Boutique, a premier vintage shop that sells high-end mid-century women’s clothes from the 1940s, ‘50s and ‘60s. (Open Weds. through Sat.)
All that shopping is bound to leave you hungry. The Vault is just steps away from Beaverton’s Restaurant Row, a culinary destination with a variety of restaurants and bars.
More Vintage Shops
Tualatin Valley is home to a multitude of vintage shopping stores. Check out these popular spots:
- Curiosities Vintage Mall (Tigard)
- Le’Stuff Antique Mall (Hillsboro)
- Musi’s on Main Consignment Shop (Tigard)
In Tualatin Valley, myriad eco-friendly choices are available that emphasize sustainability and reduce environmental impact.
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