Sponsor spotlight: The estate sale experience – in your own backyard

Have you ever been tempted to attend an estate sale but did not know what to expect? Here’s a chance to attend an amazing sale, showcasing the life’s collections of this fine person, and it takes place right here in Edmonds.

There are a lot of things to love about estate sales, but my personal favorite is seeing how someone else once lived. It’s like walking through a museum exhibition of a person’s life…except everything on display is for sale.

If you have never shopped at an estate sale before, let me briefly explain why they’re the absolute gold standard of shopping. While thrift and consignment stores contain some treasures, the estate sale holds all the stuff that the owner held onto their entire life—and unlike the auction of an estate for famous figures like Joan Didion, you won’t be battling anyone else in a bidding war. As Tricia Benitez Beanum of Pop Up Home says, “The great thing about estate sales is that you are walking through someone’s private collection.” Because estate sales almost always take place in a person’s actual home rather than outside in a random lot, you can really get a sense of how their things were originally curated and integrate some of those design elements into your own aesthetic too.” Architecturaldigest.com

 We will be hosting this sale Friday, May 5 through Sunday, May 7 — click this link for specific details. The Ginny’s Girls crew will be there to guide you through this amazing array of travel and collectable treasures. The house is absolutely bursting with antiques, art and worldly décor. We look forward to seeing you there! Let us know if you have any questions:  info@ginnysestates.com.

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