Happy Hump Day, everyone! I’m excited about today’s post for a number of reasons: 1. it involves some of my favorite designers (think Chanel, Kate Spade and Louis Vuitton), 2. I can browse and bid on items from said designers without getting out of bed, and 3. this amazing company that combines the previous two points is based out of my hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Everything But The House is an online auction website that helps people get connected with estate sales across the country. EBTH started in Cincinnati, but has expanded to Columbus, Nashville, Lexington, Louisville and Indianapolis. This year they’ll be entering Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, the Gulf Coast of Florida, Los Angeles and Washington D.C. Pretty impressive, right?!
I actually created an account last summer when I was moving out to live with my friends. Since I wanted to leave my bedroom intact at my parents house, I had to buy all new furniture. To make this task a little less daunting (and expensive), I wanted to search for some previously used pieces that I could make my own. It was really fun getting to put bids in on items I fell in love with, and just discovering new pieces every day. What’s cool is that there is a sale going on for virtually every item you can think of. It’s nice that you can do all your searching in one place, and not have to take a chance on a flea market that can be hit or miss. Let’s be honest, sometimes we just don’t want to get out of bed while we hunt for a one-of-a-kind vintage bag. Whether you’re looking to sell or bid, EBTH makes the whole process really stress free and easy. Everything on the site is neatly categorized, which makes looking for items to bid on really simple. I’ve been spending most of my time in the jewelry section recently (because where else would I be?) ;).
And now for the really fun part of today’s post…a GIVEAWAY! You can enter to win a $50 gift certificate to EBTH, and bid on your own favorite items!
The entry rules are simple: visit the EBTH website, and comment on this post with an item you discovered and love! Yes, it’s as simple as that. You can also get additional entries by following EBTH on social media: Facebook Instagram Pinterest.
Below are some items I found while browsing the recent sales, and I have to admit, I’m kind of freaking out over the vintage Chanel. It’s a beauty.
How good would this white vintage Gucci belt look with an all-black outfit. Talk about a statement piece!
I’m a sucker for a simple handbag, and this black Ferragamo fits the bill perfectly. Plus, I love gold hardware!
This is a sponsored post, but all opinions are my own. As always, thank you so much for reading!
This is amazing! Can’t wait to check it out!
There are so many goodies on there!
I’ll have to check out that site! Love the Chanel bag! xx..Cortneybre…
Yes, there are so many great finds!
Love this post, I always enjoy reading! 🙂
I love this:https://www.ebth.com/items/1761604-1980s-ray-ban-sunglasses-and-original-case#
Also following on PInterest- breeluv8, Facebook- AShley Bree Perez and instagram- breelovesfashion8 for extra entries. 🙂 Thank you!
Love this: I love the https://www.ebth.com/items/1761604-1980s-ray-ban-sunglasses-and-original-case#
I am following on :
FB- AShley Bree Perez
🙂 for extra entries. Thank you!
Those are great! Hopefully you got the email about winning the giveaway! Congrats!!
Agree – that Chanel bag is super! I love sites that take the hassle out of shopping, i.e. having to look in 15 million different places for the one thing you’re looking for.
Yes, totally agree! I love an easy process where it’s all in one place.
I love this vintage ceramic lighted Christmas tree. My grandma had one when I was a kid…I think they’re ugly but would love to have one to remind me of her.
Ooooh, what a cool giveaway!
Hope you’re having a great week, doll!
Ummmmm, what?! How did I not know about this?!
Haha it makes me not want to get out of bed and hunt for things ever again.
This website could be dangerous. I may have to bid on these: https://www.ebth.com/items/1758043-three-pairs-of-hand-turned-mid-century-modern-candlesticks