For the Love of eBay
As you very well know by now, hunting down unique things for my home is a favorite activity. I get a thrill from it, and I am so excited to be working with eBay to share some of my favorite finds as of late.
Over the years, I have discovered some of my most adored pieces browsing through their marketplace, like vintage Sklo Union vases, my new Fontana Arte ash tray that I use as a catchall dish, vintage design books, our new plant stand from the 70’s (that I DIY-ed into a side table), and our mini rattan lampshades! I can honestly say that if I am determined to find something specific, I always do, and often times I find things even better than I envisioned. I also look to eBay’s curated home décor shop to stock up on everyday things like some of my favorite candle brands, candle pillars for our hurricanes, ivory / black candlesticks, and vintage matchbooks.
Their home shop has everything. Lighting, rugs, linens, mirrors, furniture (I actually spotted my acrylic table!). I also stumbled upon and bought this linen blanket while browsing and I’m obsessed. It adds such a charming touch to our sofa. I’ve been wanting to inject some color and am loving the coastal vibes of the blue and white. I also found this gorgeous thick weave jute rug for our entry hallway to add some warmth and texture… it’s on its way to us and should be here next week!
eBay is a treasure trove in my eyes, a home goods one-stop-shop full to the brim with special things to collect… below are some of my favorite items at the moment. I ended up buying a few pieces on the spot as I scrolled to curate this list (haha) it’s too easy. I’ll share more once they arrive…
Happy almost Friday! x
Ashley! Hi. Talk to me about that side table. Did you find the top and base separately?
Hey! could you talk a little bit about your plant in this post and how you care for it? it’s such a beautiful part of your home! thanks!
Hi! It’s called birds of paradise and it’s the best! The easiest plant to take care of. We water him once a week… they like to be in natural light, but not direct sunlight. Hope this helps!