DESIGN CELEBS ARE FALLING IN LOVE WITH THIS SITE
"It's like eBay but way, way better." - Town & Country
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By Jasira Smith
Interior design experts across the country, like Emily Henderson and George Kotsiopoulos, are breaking their silence on a unique new website.
The name? EVERYTHING BUT THE HOUSE (also known as EBTH). And the buzz doesn't stop there: Celebrities and style magazine tastemakers are getting in on the action too, plugging EBTH to their loyal audiences.
BUT WHY IS THIS WEBSITE THE TALK OF THE TOWN?
IN ONE WORD, VINTAGE.
Everything But The House is essentially a giant online estate sale that never ends, and it's changing the game for antique shoppers and vintage-lovers. The shopping experience is completely unique, so get ready to spend hours (literally, hours) shopping thousands one-of-a-kind treasures from across the country. And let's be honest, vintage is in.
Sure, you can buy "vintage-looking" items from a number of places, but they simply don't compare to the real thing; like a walnut chest of drawers straight out of the 1950's or stylish Art Deco jewelry from the 1920's.
EBTH gives shoppers the opportunity to browse items with real history.
REASON NUMBER TWO: BARGAINS ON HIGH-END PIECES.
EBTH is an auction site where every single item starts at $1 and lasts for 7 days. It's the perfect resource to find key pieces that are sure to enhance your space on a budget. Think artwork for a gallery wall, vintage accents to style your bookshelves and brand name furniture for a steal.
On top of the amazing home décor items, EBTH has fashion inventory that you wouldn't believe. Rolex watches, Chanel handbags, Tiffany jewelry, Hermés silk scarves, Pucci heels, Cartier, Tacori, the list keeps going. Window shopping designer names turns into real shopping at EBTH.
THE THIRD REASON: THE THRILL OF THE HUNT IS JUST SO ADDICTING.
I love flea markets, estate sales, store liquidation sales, etc. but just don't have the time (or patience) to attend these sales very often. With EBTH, that thrill is always just a few clicks away. They even have a great new app for shopping on-the-go.
HGTV host Emily Henderson agrees,
"Don't get me wrong, I love traditional estate sales, very much, but if they can be online then I can satisfy my shopping addiction after the kids go to bed, not on Saturday mornings away from them."
IF YOU'RE CURIOUS HOW IT WORKS, OR IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN SELLING YOUR OWN COLLECTION, YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SERVICE SIDE OF THE BUSINESS HERE.
EBTH keeps their inventory stocked by offering a unique service to those looking to downsize an estate or collection. They handle everything including sorting, cataloging, photographing, selling and shipping of items. EBTH claims they bring in three to five times more for your estate than a traditional estate sale. Considering their quickly growing base of online shoppers, I'm not surprised.
THE SECRET IS OUT! YOUR TURN TO FALL IN LOVE