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Louise Lakier
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My Houzz: Tiny and Tinier; big space in a small house and smaller ADU.
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selling things with aid of an estate sale company
yourself on Craigslist or eBay, or at a large yard sale. But if you want some help, it is available. It's not widely known, but many estate sale companies also handle sales for the living — either in your home, like a typical estate sale, or outside in a yard sale. If you want only a little help, some will come
on Craigslist or eBay, or at a large garage sale. But if you want some help, it is available. It’s not widely known, but many estate sale companies also handle sales for the living – either in your home, like a typical estate sale, or outside in a yard sale. If you want only a little help, some will come
come over and appraise your items, set prices and help you get organized for a sale you run yourself. Search online for "estate sale company" plus your city and state to find help.Rent a storage space as a last (temporary) resort. There are times when renting storage space makes sense: if you think you
“Reminds me of a travel trailer. Great idea for such a small space” — pammyj
Rikki Snyder
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Eclectic Farm House
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much greater profits on sale day. Or you might like your newly refurbished stuff so much, you decide to keep it.
greater profits on sale day. Or you might like your newly refurbished stuff so much, you decide to keep it.
11. Learn how to hold a yard sale that actually pays
pays off. To ensure big crowds, invite neighbors to participate and advertise your sale on Craigslist. On sale day get everything off the ground on tables, hang clothing on a wardrobe rack and place like with like. Well-styled vignettes encourage people to buy more, and make even humble items more attractive
consider selling cut flowers from your garden, handmade crafts or refurbished and repainted furniture.Get the guide: 14 Ways to Make More Money at a Yard Sale — and Have Fun Too
“Privacy wall” — Pam Berce
Alexandra Lauren Designs
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Blue Butcher Dining Decoration/ Styling
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ideas for pricing at garage sale
yard sale tips - label the whole table
Cute pricing idea for yard sales
garage sale price tags (index cards woven through
Pricing Tags for Garage Sale
cute idea for garage sale
Sale tags...Garage sale...Yard sale signs...Yard sale info...the garage sale...Tag sale idea...yard sale...garage sale items
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Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
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HOUZZ Holiday Contest: A Pretty Backyard Party
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many sales — a perusal from the car is all they need to determine if a stop will be worthwhile. So make your sale look as good as possible from the street. Setting up vignettes like these is a great start; and always make sure your most appealing merchandise is readily visible.
your best foot forward. Most inveterate garage salers I know never even stop at many sales — a perusal from the car is all they need to determine if a stop will be worthwhile. So make your sale look as good as possible from the street. Setting up vignettes like these is a great start; and always make
out that party decor. Hang colorful bunting from the porch, dangle paper lanterns in a tree or tie balloons to the banister — anything that makes your sale look festive will help draw people in. At the very least, cover those card tables with cloth (even sheets will work) to help your items stand out.
“milk can in back ground is painted cute.” — jabradley
Amy Renea
Pretzel Factory
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everything you thought you knew about yard sales. Instead of a fusty old tag sale with boring blankets of junk sprawled on the lawn, envision a fun and festive neighborhood party where you also happen to be earning money.
ideas for upcoming garage sale and meeting the neighbors
everything you thought you knew about yard sales. Instead of a fusty old tag sale with boring blankets of junk sprawled on the lawn, envision a fun and festive neighborhood party where you also happen to be earning money.Tip: Invite the neighbors, since block sales tend to attract large numbers of visitors
visitors. To do this, simply send around a flyer with the date of your sale and encourage others to participate.
“I expect great things behind this inviting entrance!” — atricia
Lightlink Lighting
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Spirit House Studio
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mundane piece of driftwood was drilled and elevated on a rebar post, and made a focal point. Keep this idea in mind the next time you attend an estate sale.
mundane piece of driftwood was drilled and elevated on a rebar post, and made a focal point. Keep this idea in mind the next time you attend an estate sale.More: Give Your Garden an Industrial Edge
“driftwood on rebar” — rosebraun
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
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Energy House
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Collect old frames at yard sales and paint them to match. Hung on the wall without glass here, they make a unique display for small 3D objects.
you want to fill up a wall on a tight budget and don’t mind a morning with a paint can, this could be right up your alley. Collect old frames at yard sales and paint them to match. Hung on the wall without glass here, they make a unique display for small 3D objects.
you want to fill up a wall on a tight budget and don’t mind a morning with a paint can, this could be right up your alley. Collect old frames at yard sales and paint them to match. Hung on the wall without glass here, they make a unique display for small 3D objects.
“Wall art” — jankerestes
Niche Interiors
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San Francisco Charmer
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Look through antiques stores and "barns" (where multiple vendors sell together), fairs, flea markets, auctions and #estate sales. You may even have luck at local garage sales or on #Craigslist — once you have your eyes open for antiques, you will be amazed at the sources you'll find.
out. Look through antiques stores and "barns" (where multiple vendors sell together), fairs, flea markets, auctions and estate sales. You may even have luck at local garage sales or on Craigslist — once you have your eyes open for antiques, you will be amazed at the sources you'll find.
“the lamp” — marshamorton
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