Vintage Shopping at Beyond the Ranch in Redmond, Oregon

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I am so happy to show you pictures from one of my favorite shops in Oregon, Beyond the Ranch! In my previous thrift post and #VEF post I showed some matchbooks I picked up at this store. I stopped here with my family while spending some time in Redmond over the summer. It has a mix of vintage and newer items with added-on rooms and an outdoor space. If you have time to visit, make sure you give yourself time to browse.

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There’s a lot of great western theme items, which I don’t see too much in California.

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You can see a mix of antique, vintage, and newer items. I *totally* meant to grab this rhythm tray but it was the first thing I saw when I walked in and I didn’t want to carry it around. Then I forgot to pick it up, bummer! I love the colors on it.

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I really liked the vignettes set up throughout the store– the displays looked good and similar items were grouped together.

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They even had some cute clothing.

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You walk around the store and there are a bunch of small rooms stuffed with treasures.

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The boot collection was pretty good.

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My mom and I loved seeing all the cowboy and skiing gear as it’s not too common in SoCal. Also, is that portrait by the skis Jake Gyllenhaal in Brokeback Mountain?

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So you walk out of the main part of the shop and there is a barn-like structure with MORE little rooms. They had SO. MUCH. GOOD. STUFF!

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One of the mini rooms in the “barn” was military themed.

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They also have signage in the back.

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More western treasures!

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Once you pass through the barn area there was a whole outdoor space with rusty gold.

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They have this gem out back. My mom asked the price out of curiosity and the owner said that this was probably the only thing that isn’t for sale!

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I highly, highly recommend checking out this shop if you’re in the Redmond area. If you’re into thrifting and antiquing, Redmond would be a good stop– they also had a Goodwill and an antique mall called Farmers Co-Op (which was very close to this shop).

Have you visited any good thrift/antique stores in Oregon? Let me know where to go in the comments!


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