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Why You Should Be Shopping Vintage Home Goods on Instagram

My idea of heaven is a musty garage at an estate sale or an unassuming vintage store, rifling through stacks of vintage porcelain or blowing dust off of antique glassware. There’s a certain thrill to vintage shopping—especially the kind that necessitates a good amount of digging—that makes the finds all the more special. Of course, as the past few months have seen nationwide store closures due to coronavirus, many of those little shops have been boarded up, estate sales cancelled, and road trips that might involve a spur-of-the-moment detour to a yard sale put off in favor of at-home activities. It’s also led to increased time spent on the internet. Combined, these two things have greatly expanded my appreciation for a certain practice: Shopping vintage on Instagram.

I’ve long been an avid browser of Instagram accounts that sell vintage through the social media platform, but my enthusiasm has taken on

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Here are the top Home Depot shopping hacks

The Home Depot is a major destination for those who need to make small repairs, looking to do a major remodel or a do-it-yourself project, and although home improvement projects can be expensive, Home Depot offers a slate of deals that can help.

The Atlanta-based company was founded by Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank in 1978. Since then, it has expanded into the world’s largest home improvement specialty retailer. The company has 2,291 retail stores in 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, 10 Canadian provinces and Mexico

OLDER AMERICANS SPENDING BIG ON HOME IMPROVEMENTS – HERE’S WHY

“In every store, our goal is the same: to earn our customers’ respect by offering the highest level of service, the broadest selection of products and the most competitive prices,” Home Depot says.

Here are deals that shoppers can take advantage of:

“Special Buy” of the day 

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