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THE BEST OF EBTH ATLANTA

Traditional mix in contemporary loft-like home office with oversized artwork and leather club chairs.
(via Architectural Digest, photographed by Lisa Romerein)

I’ve featured Everything But the House on the blog before (How to Shop Estate Sales from Home), but this week is the first time that EBTH has offered a handful of sales in the Atlanta area, and I wanted to celebrate with a round-up of my favorite finds from their listings. I love EBTH because you can find unique, interesting and personal pieces in sort-of a mix between Craigslist’s treasure-hunting spirit and the excitement of eBay bidding. It’s like shopping local vintage and antique stores right from your computer, and if you don’t live nearby enough to pick up the pieces they can be shipped straight to you. Remember these funny little chairs I reupholstered earlier this year? They were a great EBTH find (only $18)! If you’re signing up for the first time, you get $20 off of your first purchase, and you can also get 50% off shipping on this sale to celebrate their arrival in Atlanta! Check out my favorites below…
Vintage treasures from Everything But the House's first Atlanta-area sale on Thou Swell.
Oriental rug | Blue and white vases | Clay urns | Mahogany secretary | Silver plate bowls | Saki set | Painting after Renoir | Indian-style rug | Rudyard Kipling book set | Lenox bowls | Fenton pitcher and glasses | Queen Anne gents wardrobe

I’m eyeing those beautiful gold-rimmed Lenox bowls, and their currently bidding at only $1… And both of those area rugs are such steals! The thrill of the hunt is almost as good as rummaging through dusty piles in person – only cleaner and easier! You can explore all of their sales here (there are even some fabulous finds in Palm Springs). What are you itching to bid on?

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This post is sponsored by Everything But the House, but all text, layouts, and opinions are all my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that keep Thou Swell running!

2 Comments

  1. Never heard of the service before, but it definitely looks like something worth checking out! Thanks for putting it on my radar!

    Josh – The Kentucky Gent
    http://thekentuckygent.com

    Posted 5.18.15
    • I was super excited when I heard about it. Makes hunting for antiques quite convenient 🙂

      Posted 5.18.15

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