Sometimes when I am sourcing furniture or decor for a project, I find myself in a design rut looking at the same sources online. Although my random trips to various local retailers help…what I really wish is that I could visit every estate sale, consignment shop and flea market to find one-of-a-kind pieces. Unfortunately, a lot of what I do has to be done behind a desk on a daily basis so that really isn’t feasible. And if you’ve never tackled a big flea market or a few estate sales…they can be all day affairs. Luckily, I was recently introduced to Everything But the House, an online estate sale company founded in Cincinnati.

EBTH has revolutionized the estate sale, creating a fun and convenient online experience. Even if you are not located in their current markets (listed toward the end of this post), they offer shipping! You can even type in your zip code to get an estimated shipping cost for various items. You can find furniture, decor, art, antiques, architectural artifacts, jewelry, appliances, you name it.

How to shop the site:

1. You can browse their current sales here. Or you can shop by category (i.e. furniture, art, decor) here. You can also just search a keyword, such as: lamp.

2. You find something you fall in love with…because every single time I am on their site… I find something I can’t live without. So many good finds to bid on people!

3. You place a bid on said item (after registering) or you can “follow” the item to monitor the bidding action.  Items begin as little as $1.

4. Similar to a live auction, as sales almost come to a close (after 7 days)… last-minute bids add 5 additional minutes to the clock to give everyone a fair shot!

If you are interested in Selling with EBTH:

You can sign up for a free consultation here. This sounds like a phenomenal service provided by their experts where they take care of everything from photographing the items to handling pickup. Amazing.

Below are a few items I came across on the EBTH site that I am a bit obsessed with:


Shop the items above:

1 // “Lovers” Origianl Canvas Art by Paula Guild  2 // “Field of Grass” Original Canvas Art by Paula Guild  3 // assortment of barware and tray  4 // Desk from west elm   5 // Vintage gooseneck lamp  6 // Mid-Century Modern Sectional  7 // Bentwood Stools  8 // Hand-Knotted Heriz Style Rug  9 // Club Chairs

Everything But the House is currently in the following markets: Atlanta, Indianapolis, Columbus, Lexington, Louisville, Nashville, Southwest Florida and now …BOSTON! They also plan to enter additional markets this year: Dallas, Denver, Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C.

I am so excited that I thought I would share a few more items from EBTH that I found!Everything But the House via oh, i design blogshop the items above:

1 // Brass Twin Daybed  2 // Handmade Mexican Serape  3 // Burlap Covered Trunk  4 // Brass Keys  5 // Brass Elephant Place Cards  6 // Vintage Books


The lovely team at EBTH was kind enough to offer one lucky Oh, I Design reader a $75 Gift Certificate!

How to Enter:

1. Visit Everything But the House + Comment below with an item you discovered and loved!

2. “Like” EBTH on Facebook!

3. “Follow” EBTH on Instagram!

*A winner will be chosen at random on Tuesday, May 19th at 9am EST. Open to U.S. Readers only. You must be 18 years old to enter.

Disclosure: This post was a sponsored collaboration with Everything But The House. All opinions and thoughts are 100% my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that keep the doors open at Oh, I Design!


I would love any of the rugs


Current instagram follower of RBTH @rusthawk1. Thanks!

Current follower of EBTH FB page as Rust Hawk.

I have liked and follow EBTH on Facebook!

I have no idea what I would do with them, but these look really cool 😉

Oh wow, those are really cool!

Love this site. New addiction, thanks for sharing! Love these glass cake stands:

It’s very addicting! 😉 Ooo those are beautiful!

I just did a little looking, but this was such a unique side table! Excited to shop more!

I love that side table as well! xo

It was so hard to pick just one! I love this rug:

Heather – that was such a great find! It’s gorgeous!