Introducing: Hunters Alley

I admit my collection of home decor has become quite extensive.  As someone obsessed with all things vintage, I find myself scouring garage sales and antique markets for the perfect piece--only to be reminded when I get home that I don't actually have space for that giant 10 lb. brass elephant. Or the milk glass punch bowl with 12 matching punch cups. Or get the picture. I have alot of stuff.  Imagine my delight last week when the masterminds behind the ever-so-popular One Kings Lane launched their newest venture, Hunters Alley.

This new marketplace offers an eclectic mix of home accessories, jewelry, art and furniture at a noticeably more 'wallet-friendly' price point than its sister site, One Kings Lane. But that's not even the best part.  Hunters Alley, allows visitors to the site the ability to both buy and sell items.  Unlike eBay or other major resale and consignment sites--which are often congested and overwhelming--Hunters Alley streamlines the buying and selling process by meticulously selecting only the most high quality and on-trend wares.  Each product is carefully vetted by a Hunters Alley team member before being approved.  Listing an item on the site for 30 days is free, and should your item sell, you receive 75 percent of the profit.  Perhaps my favorite aspect, they handle all shipping arrangements--and costs!  

Whether you're on the 'hunt' for that perfect piece or are in the market to sell your overstock, consider Hunters Alley your new happy place.

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