Ebay Finds


Ebay is truly an incredible source for affordable antiques.  I was turned off from it years ago when the “Gucci” bag I bid on arrived made of plastic and clearly a fake.  But I’ve had great success as far as furniture items go and went in search of some fabulous finds just for you!

I am obsessed with the incredible hardware on this credenza! And it’s a great price too!

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This lucite bar cart would be fabulous in any little corner of the house

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I love the rogal style of this pair of x-bottom chairs- and for only $200 each it’s an easy way to add a little antique style to your home.

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A pair of faux bamboo side tables are made more glam with white marble tops- just paint the legs any glossy color for an instant update.

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This set of dining chairs has such a unique back- I’d paint them glossy black or white and upholster the seats in a modern fabric.

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These chairs are a STEAL at $299 for the pair- again, a simple refinish job and they become treasures!

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These mirrors are NOT cheap, but they are magnificent and so unusual! I adore them!

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These carved marble horse head bookends would add a really fabulous look to any book shelf (especially one where the back is painted a dark color!)


This chippendale cabinet reminds me of Eddie Ross’ fabulous secretary makeover! Such potential with some paint and new hardware!

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I love me a fun Sputnik pendant light!

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I have always loved these steel faux bamboo chairs– no refinishing needed, just some fun cushions!


This small scale buffet is perfect for a small dining room or apartment. Refinish in a glossy paint and you’re golden.


A very unique lucite chandelier– from far away it may look like a traditional empire style fixture, but up close you see it’s true material and detail! Way cool in my opinion!


And last but not least, these absolutely unbelievable chinese chippendale gothic dining chairs– the set of 8 will set you back over $4,000 but these are TRUE antiques and unlike anything I’ve ever seen. I would consider loosing a limb for them. Sweet lord.



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