Insiders’ Guide to Home Décor Websites
Antiques and Vintage Finds
- ebay.com: It’s not just for hawking used dining chairs. “For antiques, eBay rules the roost,” says Griffin. New York designer Glenn
Gissler has bought more than a thousand things on eBay, from Asian pottery to African textiles. “I think of it as a flea market
that’s open 24/7,” he says.
- 1stdibs.com: If you can afford to splurge, log on to this site. “I look at it almost daily and buy from it all the time,” says Grant
K. Gibson, a San Francisco interior designer. With everything from 18th-century Italian wooden chandeliers to circa-1830 gilt
armchairs from Russia, it’s like “globe-trotting for great stuff without the trotting,” says Darryl Carter, an interior designer
in Washington, D.C.
- rubylane.com: Top your table with a spectacular artglass vase hand blown in New Orleans, or nab a postcard dated 1909. This site is packed with so many collectibles, it’s mind-boggling. Case in point: A recent search for “bowl” brought up more than 4,500 items.
Next: Artisan-Made Goods
Most Popular Galleries
“Ever had nasty words spread about you at work? And were those words published as front-page news in Politico, with your colleagues describing you as “a source of widespread frustration and anxiety,”...”
A-listers were dressed to the nines at the 2014 Emmy Awards last night, but thes...
from The Nest Blog » house & home
Yes, they’re annoying--and, yes, there are ways to deal. ...
Your square footage is set in stone, but if your space feels stuffed with stuff,...
from POPSUGAR Home
These recipes are truly show stopping. Read more: Best Burgers ...
from Tastepartner on The Huffington Post
from HuffPost Home - The Huffington Post
It’s back-to-school time, and one great way to support your budding or independ...