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One Kings Lane Launches A Hip, New Home Site

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    It's no secret that many of us here stalk One Kings Lane's daily home sales. Our favorites? The Tastemaker Tag sales curated by decor lovers and experts like Liv Tyler, Athena Calderone, and Sana Keefer. And, now, you.

    Yep, the decor fiends launched a sassy, new sister site, Hunters Alley, where you can now sell your own vintage wares. Our wallets are crying out in agony — because it's that good. The selling concept is similar to eBay and Etsy, but products are individually vetted (you'll know in five days if your piece is good to go), meaning buyers will only see the very best vintage in all the land. Personally, we're already obsessed with the cheap-thrills section, a roundup of under-$50 items that includes pieces like vintage tomes and quirky ceramic elephants.

    Founder Alison Pincus and general manager Andrea Stanford noted that a big difference between this site and One Kings Lane is the social aspect that encourages design lovers to share and "heart" products. Click on to scope out our favorite picks, and then head over to check out the new site. We promise that your pad will be looking much more chic real soon...

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