Post House apartments combine a modern aesthetic with design elements inspired by the building’s history. To set off your white subway-tile backsplash or industrial-inspired hanging pendant lamps, you may be looking for a special piece of furniture that you wouldn’t be able to find in a big-box store. We’ve got some tips on where to look online for that statement piece.
On Facebook Marketplace, you can find items from individual sellers, vintage shops, and you may even see ads from major retailers. This platform has useful features, such as a relevancy-sorted feed, along with search and save capabilities. Integration with Facebook Messenger makes communication with sellers easy (no need to exchange phone numbers), and local transactions are generally completed in person.
Etsy’s Vintage Furniture store includes a huge variety of items, from inexpensive knick-knacks to rare vintage furniture pieces worth thousands of dollars. To qualify as “vintage” on Etsy, items must be at least 20 years old, so you’re unlikely to run into reproductions here.
Apartment Therapy’s Bazaar
Billed as a high-end, curated Craigslist, Bazaar is Apartment Therapy’s marketplace for buying and selling vintage and used designer furniture. Lighting, rugs, furniture, and decor can all be had at a discount.
Online Estate Sales and Auctions
Estate sales and auctions often include some remarkable pieces, and now you can “attend” many of these events online. Details vary by platform, but typically, bidders have to register in advance, and items are made available with a specific timeframe – a few hours, or over the course of a few days.
Ready to Live at Post House?
For your convenience, Post House now offers online tours, so you can see your apartment from wherever you are. Call us today to see your new apartment, but hurry – vacancies won’t last long! (812) 308-4197