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.

E X H I B I T : Phyllis Trager Hyman

E X H I B I T : Phyllis Trager Hyman

Everything But The House is excited to present a collection of paintings by artist Phyllis Trager Hyman. Hyman was a self-taught talent who was raised in Williamsburg, Brooklyn as a child of Jewish immigrants. As...

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Memphis Design

This post-modern design movement was started in 1980 by Ettore Sottsass in Milan as a response to the clean aesthetic and minimalist attitude of mid-century modern design. In contrast, Memphis design sought to push the...

E X H I B I T : Winter Prather

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

Spring Trend Report

Spring Trend Report

Discover this year's latest fashion trends for the upcoming seasons, and how you can incorporate them into your wardrobe. From the athleisure boom to pastel pops of color, we've got your warm weather essentials covered.

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Trending: Micro Weddings

Trending: Micro Weddings

Overwhelmed by having a large wedding, but the thought of eloping without having your dearest people around just doesn’t sit right? A micro wedding could be the perfect choice for you.

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E X H I B I T

A Fresh Perspective For Discovering Art On EBTH

Featured Artist: Bill Salamon (1927-2011)

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

Seller Story: One Smart & Entrepreneurial Cookie

Seller Story: One Smart & Entrepreneurial Cookie

Meet Cheryl Krueger, the hardworking woman who charged out of rural Ohio with a passion for business, cookies and giving back. Cheryl has decided it is time to let go of some belongings and keep...

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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: Marko Family, Evangel Christian Center Retreat, Long Island

Andrew Marko and his wife Destiny have always used their church, Evangel Church in Long Island City, as a platform for giving back to the community.

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...

Featured Artist: Achi Sullo (1922-2013)

Featured Artist: Achi Sullo (1922-2013)

EBTH is extremely excited to unveil our second curated collection of works from the estate of artist Achillo “Achi” Sullo (1922-2013). A first-generation Italian, he was a veteran of WWII and a D-day survivor. Sullo...

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Expert Tips: Restoring Glory

Learn the ins and outs of how some of our damaged items get repaired and learn about our master Mrs. fix-it, Nancy Chase in this Expert Profile.

Featured Collection: Eisele Gallery

Featured Collection: Eisele Gallery

The Eisele Gallery is known for its investment quality collection pieces while catering to both seasoned art connoisseurs and new collectors with inventory accommodating a range of budgets.

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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: Jane Roesch, Pittsburgh, PA

Jane H. Roesch was warm, giving and well cultured, she was a dedicated philanthropist, passionate antique collector and lover of the arts.

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: Judy Maxwell Home, Chicago, IL

Seller Story: Judy Maxwell Home, Chicago, IL

Get to know the stylings and eclectic eye of SNL alum, Academy Award Nominee and overall acting guru, Joan Cusack. You will recognize Joan from her extensive acting career and comedic approach with highlights like...

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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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Seller Story: Jack Bradley, Photographer for Louis Armstrong

Eighty-four year-old Jack Bradley, the world’s biggest collector of Louis Armstrong memorabilia, had a front row seat to Armstrong’s life for more than a decade. Bradley was born in Cape Cod in 1934 and eventually...

Seller Story: VanLandingham Estate

Built by Ralph and Susie Vanlandingham in 1913, the VanLandingham Estate, in what is now the Plaza-Midwood neighborhood, became known as a quintessential home for entertaining in Charlotte.

Seller Story: Margaret Munsen, former wife of listed artist Edmond J. Fitzgerald

Seller Story: Margaret Munsen, former wife of listed artist Edmond J. Fitzgerald

In 1978, Margaret Trent, of Cincinnati Ohio, married Edmond J. Fitzgerald. Both widowers, the two met when Margaret took to New York, where Edmond was a painter and a teacher. They settled in Cincinnati; Edmond...

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Seller Story: In Memory of Debbie Walter: 1965 Thunderbird for the Ovarian Cancer Alliance

“I will continue to make it my mission,” says Andy, of his fight for sufferers and survivors of the disease. “We want to keep Debbie’s mission alive.”

Seller Story: Downsizing with Jason and Jenny Biggs

Seller Story: Downsizing with Jason and Jenny Biggs

Figuring out the logistics of getting rid of things is an overwhelming concept. Having EBTH take over the process, while understanding the sensitive nature of what’s involved, made perfect sense for us — to say...

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Seller Story: John M. Davis, New York, NY

Seller Story: John M. Davis, New York, NY

"It’s now my hope that others will enjoy my sense of style and get the same kind of pleasure that I've had from wearing these pieces...

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10 Tips to Dress Up Your Fireplace

*Your fireplace is about to see a lot of action as the cold sets in. Here are 10 ways to dress up your hearth.*

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...

Seller Story: Pat McArdle, Pittsburgh, PA

Seller Story: Pat McArdle, Pittsburgh, PA

“I worked as a structural ironworker, building buildings and driving tractor trailers over the road before I became a concert promoter in the ‘80s. I’d bring bands into Pittsburgh – bands that I wanted to...

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A.C.E. Series: History of Art Pottery

“Glazes and simple forms spoke to me,” says the seller of this vast collection of art pottery, amassed over 45 years. His fondness for the medium resulted in an eventual museum-worthy collection of nearly 500...

Seller Story: Dick Schneider, Boston, MA

Seller Story: Dick Schneider, Boston, MA

Richard N. “Dick” Schneider is best known for his work on television, directing programs such as Jeopardy, and national broadcasts like The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and The Rose Bowl Parade. “He was a Drama...

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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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Silver September: Silver Medalists

Silver September is still going strong, but before we cross that finish line, let's take the time to honor some of our favorite silver medalists. They didn't get the gold, but they did get illustrated...

Seller Story: Irene Zelinsky, Greenwich, CT

Seller Story: Irene Zelinsky, Greenwich, CT

“My parents were collectors. Everybody in our family was always told, when you buy, buy the best. But it wasn't just about paying top price for pieces; we did a lot of traveling to find...

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Seller Story: Melissa Sands, Chicago, IL

“My husband and I wanted to buy our first house 18 years ago. A co-worker had found a bunch of promo cars in the garbage in Grosse Pointe Michigan and we listed them on eBay....

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...

Tips of the Trade: 5 Design Rules You Should Always Break with Jeremiah Brent

Tips of the Trade: 5 Design Rules You Should Always Break with Jeremiah Brent

Interior designer Jeremiah Brent constantly finds inspiration for his residential and commercial projects from nature — they manifest in colors, textures, an olive branch or a precious stone incorporated into his designs. Lately he’s also...

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Tips of the Trade: How To Shop For Vintage Jewelry

Danielle Miele’s jewelry box can fit over 300 rings in it before it reaches max capacity (not counting her extensive antique baby ring collection). “I've been learning how to edit my collection, which is why...

A.C.E. Series: Modernism

A.C.E. Series: Modernism

In our second installment of our Arts, Culture and Education series, EBTH expert and Director of Artwork, Graydon Sikes introduces a remarkable private collection: works from artists of the Color Field movement — the genre known...

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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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An Artist Auctions Works by Picasso, Jasper Johns, Karen Karnes, Lichtenstein, Tom Levine, Rosenquist and Others

Painter Tom Levine lives and works in a 5,500 square foot loft in Manhattan, a space remarkable for both its windows facing four directions and the extensive art collection inside.

Seller Story: Clyde's Restaurant, Tysons Corner, VA

Seller Story: Clyde's Restaurant, Tysons Corner, VA

"I’ve spent my whole career building fun places to eat. We always say Clyde’s restaurants are like dining saloons: bars with great dining rooms. Though the food isn’t an afterthought for us! It’s very good,...

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Keys to the City: Nashville, TN, Kidd Epps

Kidd Epps’ interior design and furniture fabrication is easy to spot around Nashville: just looks for clean lines, minimalist shapes and sleek pieces crafted with durable, mixed materials.

Seller Story: Robert Metcalf, Ann Arbor, MI

Seller Story: Robert Metcalf, Ann Arbor, MI

“My house was the sixth home Bob Metcalf designed and stands only a few blocks from where he lived. From the street, it’s just a little low-profile box in a hill, but you walk in...

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Seller Story: Melissa Galt, Atlanta, GA

“My great grandfather was Frank Lloyd Wright. I never met him, but from him I got the expression for how I live my life, which is ‘Give me the luxuries of life and I will...

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