Featured Stories

Every item tells a story. Learn more about the stories behind some of our most special collections, explore tips from top design influencers and celebrities, and more in the editorial side of EBTH.

EBTH on HGTV

EBTH on HGTV

Follow Jacquie, Lara and team as we help raise money for an NYC food pantry, scour a New York farm filled with prized collectibles, walk through political history as pictured on campaign buttons and pull...

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E X H I B I T : Winter Prather

Mid-century photographer Winter Prather uniquely captured landscapes, industrial sites, and abstractions in silver-gelatin.

Seller Story: Collector & Curator of Edwardian Cool

Seller Story: Collector & Curator of Edwardian Cool

Meet Konstantin Golovchinsky, the “eye” behind the eclectic and stylish collections of West LA’s Object Quality Antiques.

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Featured Artist: Bill Salamon (1927-2011)

Bill Salamon (1927-2011): Artist, Holocaust Survivor & Inspirational Figure

Design Collaboration: Homearama

Check out this design collaboration with Aubrie Welsh Interiors to develop an immersive shopping experience showcasing the charm and beauty of designing with pre-loved goods. Read more about how you can experience the home and...

Feature: Lovis Foundation Benefit Auction

Feature: Lovis Foundation Benefit Auction

Lovis (a combination of Logan and Elvis) was founded in 2016. The mission of the Lovis Foundation is to continue Logan’s legacy by promoting charitable initiatives that celebrate individuality, inspire compassion and encourage others to...

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Featured Estate: Leung-Weinstein

Featured Estate: Leung-Weinstein

Transport yourself to the picturesque Leung-Weinstein Estate, a historic dairy farm in the rolling hills just outside of New York City. The 7 acre farm in Dutchess County includes a barn, potting shed, converted bull...

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Featured Collection: Mialana Boutte' DeSoleil

Just outside New York City, A significant portion of Mialana Boutte' DeSoleil's collection comes from her Nana & Papa who were both executive chefs in Los Angeles as well as formidable collectors of fine eastern...

Seller Story: Nick Bubash

Meet Nick Bubash: not solely a painter, a graphic artist, a draftsman, an assemblage-creator, a sculptor, or a tattooer. Bubash is a true artist. He does it all. Nick, genetically and stylistically, is a melting...

Tips of the Trade: Habitually Chic's 10 Classic Pieces To Invest In

Tips of the Trade: Habitually Chic's 10 Classic Pieces To Invest In

According to Heather Clawson, there's no harm in indulging in a few fun, trendy pieces every season. "But," she advises, "There are some classics you should invest in." For the interior designer, author, and founder...

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Seller Story: The Dzwill Family

Seller Story: The Dzwill Family

Meet the Dzwill family and take a stroll through their warm and welcoming home in Medford, New Jersey. Steffie, crafty decorator and mother, and Ted, home builder and handyman father, designed their dream home to...

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Seller Story: Oscar Isberian, Chicago, IL

Today’s political climate is dominated by the conversation on immigration, the story of Oscar Isberian Rugs is a remarkable reminder of the American dream and the cultural benefits of a melting pot. The business was...

Seller Story: A Dallas Fine Art Collection

My collection was amassed over years, and you can see that it’s eclectic. I bought pieces that really interested me, and often that connected in some way to where I lived.

History Lesson: Tiffany Studios Glass

History Lesson: Tiffany Studios Glass

Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933), the celebrated American designer, pursued a wide range of artistic endeavors but is perhaps best known for his glass. In the years around 1900, the vases, lamps and windows produced by...

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Roberts’ Antiques, Lexington, KY

Roberts’ Antiques, Lexington, KY

“The collecting began when my father, Lon Roberts, was practicing medicine. He started initially buying brass items at auction, and it grew from there. My parents traveled together to antique stores, auctions, and yard sales...

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Seller Story: James Seacrest, Lincoln, NE

“These items belonged to my father, James Seacrest. His collecting started right out of high school and his train collection was one-of-a-kind; everyone knew about Dad and his trains. On my property, we have a...

A.C.E. Series: Modernism: The New New Painters

In the late 1970s, in the wake of abstract expressionism and the New York School of artists, a new creative direction was afoot. “We were all sort of working in this one direction, and it...

Seller Story: David and Christina Arquette, Los Angeles, CA

Seller Story: David and Christina Arquette, Los Angeles, CA

David and Christina Arquette’s collection is as eclectic as the more than 100 onscreen film and television credits the former has amassed throughout his career. “I’m selling most of this stuff simply because I just...

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Tips of the Trade: P.S. I Made This: 1 Table, 3 Ways

Erica Domesek, founder of P.S. - I Made This, a DIY lifestyle brand, is a master of thinking outside the box. Here, she shows how one wicker table can go from being a console to...

Seller Story: Peter Marrocco, Cincinnati, OH

Seller Story: Peter Marrocco, Cincinnati, OH

“My great-grandfather John A. Hillenbrand's father, a German immigrant and woodworker, settled in the German-speaking community of Cincinnati before the Civil War. He relocated to Batesville, Indiana in 1861 and soon passed away, leaving his...

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Seller Story: Chloe Smith, Coto de Caza, CA

Seller Story: Chloe Smith, Coto de Caza, CA

My dad was very musically inclined – and 100% self-taught. He played the saxophone, piano, guitar, the drums, keyboard, you name it, he played it. But the piano was his favorite, I remember growing up...

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Seller Story: Sid Burns, Dallas, TX

The roots of the Western collection come from my grandfather: he grew up on ranches in Oklahoma and in Texas. He moved out to southern California when he was 19 or 20 years old and...

Seller Story: George Kotsiopoulos, Los Angeles, CA

“When I’m shopping for myself, I have to ask myself, “Self, where are you wearing this?” I might love something but if I have no answer, I don’t buy it. So if you’re shopping for...

Keys to the City: Chicago, IL

Keys to the City: Chicago, IL

Leave it to the Windy City to fill our sails with inspiration, antiques and market-fresh florals. In this installment of Keys to the City, we’re exploring Chicago’s vintage scene–and getting lost in the most awesome...

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Keys to the City: Atlanta, GA

Keys to the City: Atlanta, GA

Our latest trip to the southern metropolis showed us exciting facets to the city — beautiful industrial design, eclectic boutiques, emerging innovators; and, of course, a classic southern mansion for good measure.

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Tips of the Trade: House of Hipsters’ Kyla Herbes on How to Shop an Estate Sale Online

“Growing up in rural Wisconsin, I went to auctions with my father, but I had never heard of an estate sale. Twenty years ago, you really had to hunt around and watch for signs along...

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