“Sourcing is one of the most difficult but rewarding parts of the job,” Sean says. “We do estate sales online and in-person, digital marketplaces like Facebook Marketplace, OfferUp, Craigslist, etc. We also have other furniture dealers from around the country we source from. We would say it’s definitely an every-man-for-themselves scenario, especially as more and
Renee Tessier is opening LifeStyler this week in Berkshire Emporium on Main Street. Renee Tessier’s new shop offers a mix of new, vintage and repurposed home decor items. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Renee Tessier is hoping to turn what started as a hobby into a second successful business venture.
The rise in popularity of vintage furniture seems inevitable as we spend more time at home thanks to Covid-19 and turn away from fast furniture | Source: Decorilla One of the greatest perks of modern design— especially vintage mid-century modern design—is that when bought strategically, it holds its value in a tremendous way. According to
When Tione Trice opened his design shop Of the Cloth last summer, he sold the vintage ceramics, West African carved-wood furniture, and handwoven baskets in the Fort Greene pop-up faster than he had anticipated. “I had to clean out my cupboards and my storage units and everything in order to keep it going,” Trice says.
An illustration of a midcentury themed living room. Photo: Getty Images Building out your own space is more important than ever, especially as the line between home and work blurs further into oblivion. A lesson learned from our excess time spent indoors is how easy redecorating can be—whether you’re rearranging, painting a new wall, or