Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Everything But The House. All opinions are my own.
Not long ago I introduced you to an amazing online estate sale site called Everything But The House. (You can find that post here.) I am so excited to share that their Atlanta sales are starting this week! I know not all of you are here in Atlanta, but the great news is that items can be shipped. (They do have sales in various other cities across the country too, so be sure to check those out while you’re at it.) Right now, if you sign up on the Everything But the House website as a bidder, you will receive a $20 credit just for setting up a profile. (Doing this allows you to bid on items if you choose to.) This is an awesome deal! Especially since all bids start at $1.
Here is a photo of one of the Atlanta homes you’ll be able to “shop” from this week.
Estate sales are a great way to score vintage pieces at affordable prices. It’s no secret that I love to mix old with new, and I’m a big fan of incorporating antique and vintage pieces into my decor. Layering multiple styles and unique pieces makes a home feel “collected over time” rather than creating the feeling that everything was purchased from a big box store or furniture showroom in one fell swoop. Not only can you find home furnishings and accessories on EBTH, but there is such a wide range of types of items available that there really is something for everyone. (Think fashion, sports memorabilia, jewelry, toys, and so much more.)
Here is a little sampling of some items coming up in the Atlanta sales.
I’ve incorporated vintage finds into several rooms of our home. Chris’ desk and office chair are Mid Century Modern pieces similar to items you can often find on Everything But The House. (These are photos from our old house, but he still uses these in his home office here at our current home.)
I love the antique wagon we included in Jonah’s nursery. Ours is a family heirloom, but this is an example of mixing old items with new.
I also love accessorizing with vintage pieces. Our antique typewriter is one of my favorite finds.
These are all just examples of how you can incorporate vintage items into your decor, and Everything But The House is the perfect source for finding antiques and vintage decor (and more!) for a reasonable price.
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Thanks, I’m addicted now! Following 11 items on sales close to my home! 🙂