The best way I’ve found to alter the ranch style house that was so prolific for decades is to OPEN that space up.
The key to updating and opening that place up is to find a ranch with the right bones. The right bones is a house that has the living area and ideally the kitchen along the back of the house. Why? So you can open up the back wall and be in harmony with your backyard and flood the place with light and fresh air.
You can open the house up in a more extreme way with accordion doors or even a garage style door that lifts.
Or on a smaller scale with a bank or banks of full view french doors.
Later we can talk about things like double-sided fireplaces, beams, board and batten ceilings and additions all healers for the rancher.
This is moving along at lightning pace and it’s an exciting time!
It’s also a bit scary, as I just watched our biz bank account take a hit for that first bout of rent + deposits, etc. This is no joke. Buckle up Sarah!
Shop Talk is the new series where Sarah and I document our journey toward opening up our first brick and mortar shop in Southern Pines, NC.
Okay, so for today’s Shop Talk, let’s jump into a business best practice that Sarah and I have been thinking about since day one, and that is identifying our unique value proposition.
Successful entrepreneurs, internet wide, always have some version of this to say:
BE YOU. BE UNIQUE. KNOW YOUR VALUE. COME TO THE TABLE WITH SOMETHING TO ADD.
It’s no small wonder there are about 5 jillion motivational posters on Pinterest hand penned by ladies like us, reminding ourselves that the dream is free but the hustle is sold separately.
Whether one seeks to be Refinery29’s next big Ladyboss or just a humble shopkeeper selling wares to a small community in North Carolina… it’s a valuable business practice to identify a mission and a unique value proposition at the outset.
In order to keep ideas in check and values in place, we intend to look to a statement of values, a commitment to our future and to our partnership. We promise to consult our mission for guidance along the way. Through growth and through hardship! Forever and ever Amen. You may now kiss the bride.
Yeah yeah,but it’s not feeling done just yet. I’m not publishing it because it’s perfect, I’m sure it is terrible… but we’re in this together at this point, so I’m trying to put my finger on the language.
So yeah, the following is a work in progress:
The Estate of Things was founded in 2007. We are a growing online interior design and home decor brand, presenting a strategic plan for expansion into an eCommerce Home Goods Sales with a flagship Brick & Mortar store in Southern Pines, NC.
The Estate of Things, since 2008, curates and publishes original content to entertain, inform and delight fellow home decor and real estate enthusiasts.
Additionally, The Estate of Things produces/provides the following products/services:
Architectural Renovation & Consultation
Interior Design & Home Decor Consultation
Custom Furniture & Home Decor Product Development
A curated selection of home decor accessories and “eclectibles” for sale in our shop, online and in our physical retail location(s).
Plans for Expansion or Growth
The Estate of Things seeks a commercial space for a brick and mortar home decor retail shop in Moore County, NC as well as the launch of self-hosted and self-supported Ecommerce website with select vendors and a curated collection of goods.
How is TEOT different?
Proven successful presence in the interior design community online for over 8 years.
Bevy of biz skills, the principles cover an impressive number of traits required for launching and maintaining a business.
via 30k pageviews a month for our current publishing platform
a combined reach of over 8k fans and followers across multiple social media platforms.
a growing email subscriber list
contacts in the press and media world
We compel shoppers to experience our collection of products and our services through a high touch editorial lens.
First we meticulously identify our product offering
then daily we present products and ideas in an editorial light, inspiring delight and driving desire through the curator’s lens, a presentation that design lovers throughout the nation have come to love, expect, even demand online.
Through our Makers Collective program, we collaborate with makers and manufacturers on exclusive custom products available only to the TEOT
On select goods, The Estate of Things works directly with manufacturers and makers to ensure your custom home goods meet the highest standards. We compete with other eCommerce retailers by passing on the benefit of our manufacturing relationships directly onto the customer, while we take care of the design decisions on their behalf.
Last year I was in a fantastic thrift/antique spot in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina with one of my favorite girls on the planet. Myrtle Beach has a few redeeming qualities, one of those is that my best friend of 20 years (what!) lives there. Among lots of treasures, there were three straw hats hanging on the wall. I tried to explain to Amanda that we could group some in her entryway to make an artistic display or statement of sorts but also to channel a beach vibe but not in an obvious “Beach Life” distressed wood sign kind of way. I couldn’t convince her BUT maybe if I would’ve shown her these images, she could’ve seen it. If you need to pretty up your entry way a little or make a cool statement on the wall, this is an easy way to do it.
Behold –hats as art. I’ll race you to the straw hats in Goodwill!
Designer Tom Scheerer is way in to it. When I saw those hats at the shop I immediately thought of some of Scheerer’s entries.
I’d like the bamboo sofa that cool girl is standing on.
Our Wholesale Guide: Opening up Home Decor & Furniture Wholesale Accounts
Hey, it’s Betsy. Shop Talk is the new series where Sarah and I document our journey toward opening up our first brick and mortar shop in Southern Pines, NC.
Today we’re gonna chat about navigating the world of wholesale as a newcomer.
A couple of summers ago I traveled to the Las Vegas Furniture Market as a buyer for an LA based furniture showroom I was working for. It was an enlightening experience that lifted the veil on the inner workings of the trade.
The mystery to wholesale is that there really is no mystery at all. You just buy direct from the manufacturer by opening up a reseller’s account and you meet their minimum order requirement. Then you do your best to present the product to your customer and if you are doing good, you sell it all!
I hit floor after floor of showrooms and talked until I was blue in the face to reps for all sorts of manufacturers.
After dispelling the myth that there was some secret code, I emerged feeling energized and more ready to grab Sarah and pursue our pick of the wholesale offering with the long time dream and vision that is TEOT.
But where would we start? We needed a wholesale guide.
If you’ve been following along on our journey, you know that for years Sarah has been picking and thrifting her way through North Carolina and selling off the treasures that she stumbles upon. Last year we added a bit of product development into the mix, by sorting through the antiques scene here in Los Angeles, and pulling the best from the Hmong, Indian and African textiles that we came across and turning them into throw pillows.
But that’s not the big picture. Since day one, we’ve dreamt of putting together our own diverse mix of home goods that speak to the merge of our disparate style spectrum, settling somewhere in the realm of cottage, farmhouse, modern, SoCal casual, Southern traditional and bohemian eclectic. And we want to package that vision up and sell it to our friends and family online and in person, in a real life store!
Since that Las Vegas Market, I’ve stored a bag full of inspiring catalogs and price sheets, and just this week I scattered them about, looking for sales reps names, phone numbers and online websites. Sarah and I have been opening accounts with various wholesalers and we’re honing in on our opening inventory.
Here is the step-by-step guide to getting started with wholesale.
First, you’ll need to have obtained your Federal EIN and Reseller’s License in your State.
This warrants a whole second post, we’ll get to the skinny on that another day. Whether you are incorporated or a sole proprietor, you’ll still need to register and obtain these licenses.
Make sure your banking is in order. You’ll need to set up a line of credit with the wholesaler and this will require proper credit and banking accounts set up in advance, in the name which you are doing business under.
Contact your desired wholesalers
It appears that most manufacturers and wholesalers have a rep that will act as a liaison between you and the company, helping you identify the products you’d like to carry. A rep often will carry plenty of other brands too and if you pick up a good rep, a lot of options may be opened up to you. Admittedly, I met with some folks like this at market, but I know now that you can very easily apply for a wholesale account, most of the time directly from the manufacturer’s website. Be prepared to list 3 industry references. If you are brand new, then this can feel a bit tricky. We nudged our way into a few accounts by simply introducing ourselves as newcomers and then we relied on those new accounts as references for the next round.
Plan for your minimum buys
The biggest juggle with the new shop, and one that we are still mapping out, is how to meet a bevy of minimum orders, which typically range between $1.5 and $5k, without overflowing the floor with one particular brand over another. Each item that we select is a risk and many times you are picking up a wholesale account on a gamble. We’re just starting out and we have a lot to learn about what the physical Southern Pines community will respond to. If a wholesaler has a tall minimum order then we really want to be sure we can move the product. We’re relying heavily on our eye for the mix here.
Pay attention to shipping & consider negotiating This is almost a note to self at this point, Sarah and I have just a small window of time left before we make our first orders. We need to play ball and we need to keep an eye out for any additional costs that we haven’t factored into our budget for getting the orders delivered and any overflow into storage.
Beyond attending markets or doing some heavy internet research to locate the manufacturers you want to carry, I’m sure there are options, but these two I trust. I wouldn’t go buying a manufacturer’s list, or paying money to join a network just yet. But these are options as well.
Sarah and I will be looking forward to attending the High Point Market in NC in the Fall, and we are looking at NY Now as well. I sure do wish that we could make it to Vegas in the Summer but it’s vacation week with the family.
We have much to learn, and to any of you out there reading this from an experienced vantage point, well we’d love your guidance. We are new and hungry to know more. If you are new like us, we’d like to hear from you too. We wanna know about the shows that you plan to attend, and any advice that you have for us on the must-have opportunities that are out there, please holler at us in the comments or email us here.
AFTER THE FACT EDITOR’s NOTE: We had a question about Wholesale Pricing. I’ve uploaded a snapshot of a pillow tag that I grabbed at market. I think it’s a spot on illustration of the basic pricing model and what to expect. Of course, wholesale accounts can be negotiated on a case per case basis and your leverage comes with your bulk order quantities and how much product a retailer can move annually. There is a basic formula that is widely followed and it resembles this image.
Tiered pricing levels at the market are often broken down into a mix of the following.
Trade or TTT pricing
meaning the price available to tax exempt industry consumers like Interior Designers for example
Stockist/Dealer which would be a retail boutique
Wholesale applies to the manufacturers set price value
Retail You’ve heard of MSRP, this is the manufacturers suggestion for the retail price. It is generally 2x or 2.5x the wholesale price.
and something called IMAP this is eComm specific and is a price that if you intend to sell online you may not sell for less than and it stands for Internet Minimum Advertised Price Policy.
I could be wrong in this specific tag instance, but I believe that anyone at this market could purchase a minimum of 2 of these pillows at the wholesale price and walk off the floor with them. (This would be similar to a To The Trade price as far as formula goes) but if you are a Dealer, then you are satisfying a minimum bulk order and so your price is reduced per piece, because your overall order is set to be above a certain amount.
I do hope that is clear.
AFRICAN INDIGO MUDCLOTH IS HOME DECOR’S HOTTEST TREND AMONG INTERIOR DESIGNERS.
The textile has become a must have here in the states, and thus an important export for West Africa. It is becoming more and more prevalent in America’s fashion and home decor scene.
African mudcloth is also known as bogolan. It is handwoven into strips, sewn together to make one large piece and then often expertly dyed. Methods for dyeing include tribal patterns hand drawn and or stamped in mud, and also using a tie resist method and dyed using indigo.
The result is a design that the interior designers of today crave, but did you know that this is a centuries old practice with cultural significance?
Each design is unique, featuring one of a kind patterns that often come out like dots, ladders, butterflies or a DNA helix.
In the SHOPTEOT collection, we call this favorite pillow the TOTO, named after one of our favorite Yacht Rock Bands who wrote the smooth tune, God Bless the Rains! The song always springs to mind when we lay eyes on the lovely inky blues of this textile.
How to Decorate with Indigo Mudcloth Pillows
The rich hue mixes well in the TEOT collection that favors rich texture, earthy hue and a mix of pattern.
We source our African Indigo from local dealers here in Los Angeles that we have met through the antiques market circuit.
We feel that the inky blue hues of this hand dyed textile mix in nicely with the many indigos of other cultures, like the batik of the Hmong Hill Tribes, Chinese resist textiles, as well as the shibori tie-dye arts of Japan.
Tossed into the mix along with some fine greenery and the organic textures of rattan and wicker, your vintage indigo mudcloth is right at home.
I’ll kick off the new “SHOP TALK” blog series with the news that we hope is news, but it all remains to be seen. Eep!
We are opening up SHOP TEOT as a real life storefront.
Our first ever brick and mortar shop is slated to open late Fall, in Southern Pines, NC.
Just typing it fills me with fear. Fear that I will jinx something for us.
Since last summer’s launch of ecomm via Etsy, Chairish, Amazon and Shopify, we’ve been keeping up with orders and fun product development ideas, brainstorming new collections for SHOPTEOT.com, and generally preparing ourselves for this next step in the evolution of The Estate of Things.
Today as I was bouncing back and forth between monthly budgets, marketing strategies and fresh blog post ideas it occurred to me that we should just go ahead and chronicle the journey of bringing this dream to life.
So that is our news!
Join us for SHOP TALK!
In this series, Sarah and I will jump into some small biz storytelling. Maybe the backend of business isn’t that glamorous, so we’ll do our best to keep you properly entertained while we shed some light on the secrets of the trade as we uncover them.
Right now we are taking a look at how we incorporated last Fall, what messes we are making trying to decipher mulit-state sales and use tax, how to keep on top of bookkeeping, how to set up inventory tracking, how to open trade accounts with wholesale vendors and which markets we will attend. Let us know if any of that intrigues you.
We also have a a couple of QnAs with other shopkeepers that we admire. We are so grateful that these ladies and gents have been kind enough to extend their stories to us to learn from along the way.
If you dream of opening your own shop up one day too, or if you just like our style and you want to keep up to date on our progress, send us your email address below for the occasional TEOT newsletter and status report.
Hi. It’s Sarah. We’re going to take a quick dip into a residential Design & Development project I’ve been working on.
The Dogwood Project is a modest 1960’s ranch located in Durham, NC. A college professor and her family live part-time in this home while school is in session, and the rest of the time, they spend in their New York abode. We would describe the homeowner’s style as a collision of modern, eclectic and global.
Since the beginning of the Dogwood Project, I have been operating in an official capacity to consult on new paint colors throughout the home. The client loved the color selection at the Durham project and so they emailed for our input. She wanted to freshen up the paint job in her 1960s home which we did happily.
After the success of the paint color consultation, the project has evolved. Now, we are re-thinking the master bedroom space plan and decor. Here is a look at where she started.
The client was seeking expert advice on the room layout, and we could see why, as the room certainly had challenges.
Each wall in this small room is occupied with a challenging door or window, leaving limited options for bed placement. Additionally, equally distributed bold patterns are competing for attention in the room.
Our goal is to make the bed more commanding in the room. Despite the window position, we can achieve the desired result by shifting the bed to the left, closer to the window and then re-distribute the horizontal space with neutral drapes and a large scale piece of art.
While intuitively the thought is to center the bed between the window and the wall, what we hope to do is create a feature out of the bed, and tricking the eye as to where visual weight belongs, for a new balance.
We mocked up the change as a rendering before we suggested it. This is a good practice when you can’t be in the space yourself or if you need your client to envision your ideas before making the change.
The client and I wanted to maintain a modern aesthetic with some added layers and texture. I utilized some existing elements that they already had like this wonderful Anthropologie throw, and I suggested some new additions as seen in the design board below.
We sought to redistribute pattern throughout the room for greater balance in the scale from neutral to busy. The client operates on a no shade philosophy in their household so the recommended natural shades were cut and instead we found a quiet cream linen curtain option. We kept the bedding and drapes neutral as well, which allows the rug, art and accessories to pop, maintaining focus in the room.
Here’s the plan,
We love working with the Dogwood clients because they give proper but quick consideration to our suggestions but most importantly they are willing to try out our ideas.
You can see below that the lighter curtain, the artwork and bed positioning have already made an impact on the layout.
Once we get the right rug placed on the floor, it will really ground the new composition of this room.
Also, I think we will adjust the artwork slightly more toward the window and we’d love to see more prominent lamps and matching end tables that bring more warmth, texture and a modern appeal to the room. All in all these minimal changes have made a vast improvement to the room.
Who here has their sights set on a chunky low slung sofa?
Likely a testament to my recent love for all things seventies, but this fascination is also brought on by some karmic influence from the design world at large. These babies are starting to pop up all around me. The more I see, the more I likey.
When ideas start to percolate in mind, I get curious about their history. I wonder why we, the collective design world, are suddenly smitten with profiles that harken to another era. What does it say about that time period and most interesting, what does that nostalgia say about this one?
While I was digging into the chunky sofa profile I started thinking about the modular variety and I found some really great inspirations. The most iconic version of the modular that I can think up is the TOGO, a design classic by Ligne Roset.
Take a look at these applications, some modern and one total throwback vinyl album party pit.
Would you rock this iconic sofa silhouette in your home?
I like to fantasize about that huge pit in my non-existent basement den/garage conversion! I’m always converting garages and attics in my mind here at this new house!
The Togo collection has been the ultimate in comfort and style for over thirty years. It features ergonomic designs with multiple density foam constructions and quilted covers, making each piece both visually attractive and physically inviting. This iconic model was designed in 1973 sofa.
There are of course other notable modular sofas that are every bit as fun as the TOGO.
Don Chadwick designed a system in 1974 for Herman Miller that is still a player, particularly in the commercial world. I didn’t dig too deep on modern uses of this one, but you can see the appeal, especially for a large lobby, floors below.
Another badass is the Mah Jong made for Missoni by Hans Hopfer sold by Chicago based company called Roche Bobois. This would fit nicely in the boho aesthetic that is having its shining moment right now. The shape is a classic that was also designed over 40 years ago.
The evolution of love from the blush crush into a dusty grey lavender has been an easy and natural one. Are you a long time purple lover? Are you a Prince lover. <3
Does it bother you guys to see so much personal digital content popping up around the death of an icon? Or is it ritual and the new way that we honor the dead? Just thinking aloud.
Among the many things I’m pondering, I also wonder if lavender is a new neutral. Are you ready for moving in on this moody androgynous hue? I’m down. Somebody gimme a lady cave, where I can play Prince on the record player and feel imbued.
Occasionally Chairish pops by and asks us to put our design minds behind their latest idea. We take it as a fun opportunity to flex our design board muscles.
This one was particularly fun. We were meant to incorporate bar stools into our version of a “lady-cave” which if you have heard any rumblings of this, it’s the lady version of the mancave, where us girls get to pour ourselves a beer from our DIY kegerator, plop down onto the leather sofa and Al Bundy it for a bit. Except…
the girl version.
Since we aren’t the type to gather round with our 10 best betches and watch The Bachelor, we had to think more specifically about what we would do with a room that was 100% dedicated to just ourselves.
Now we want what we can’t have.
With true startup spirit, we both elected to create relaxing, peaceful well-appointed work spaces. A private escape from the world, even the world at home.
Both of us work from home. The “ladycave” outside of work time is likely to be a place to kick off some shoes, put a record on, eat on all of our favorite savory snacks and put back as many glasses of wine as we can stand until the truth really starts pouring out of our mouths and into the pair or two of ears nearby, most likely a husband, sister-in-law, brother or mom.
I don’t need to sit at a desk to work and I like to think I could do that in here while also creating a space comfortable enough to hang out in. I like to be surrounded by my favorite colors and things that visually stimulate me even if only for a brief second. I’d be happy to glance at my wists and throw big pillows around. We could sit on my slouchy, slipcovered linen settee. Or we can pony up to the bar with a friend or two and we can drink the truth serum. My Room will house the records I love and a regularly changing art collection that doesn’t break the bank.
Next up is Betsy’s
Betsy opted for a sweet midcentury feminine set of barstools.
My most favorite way to work from home lately, is to do so at the bar, alternating between standing and sitting on my barstool. The standing height desk is rad for racking up steps on my fitbit, and keeps me more actively engaged in my tasks during moments of internet inspired ADD. I like to think that my little cave would transition well from a standing work day at the desk to a casual party hall at night. I’d host my dude or favorite out of town guests to a socks on dance party and pillow fight. We’d jump on the sofa, spin in the chair and have a rocking good time exploring my art supplies or listening to the latest tunes.
African Indigo is sweeping the nation of home decor cool by storm. We think it works well in a range of modern styles from your maximalist boho homes, to a more lived in rustic modern farmhouse, as well as the more tailored and curated traditional style that favors a backdrop of creamy neutrals and pops of our favorite shades of navies and rich blues.
The mix of a well worn denim Indigo near a blue and white ginger jar for example is a pairing that can’t be beat.
Amber uses a draped Indigo in just about every project. Her portfolio is full of inspiration.
Typically these textiles range in quality and quantity and are dealt at antiques markets and local textile trade shows by Malian men that work directly with sources in West Africa, from Mali, Burkina Faso, the Ivory Coast and more. We have been delighted to get to know some of our local dealers here in Los Angeles. Meeting up at markets or even digging through the Indigo van on side streets in the decorative arts district of Los Angeles has been a real thrill.
We dig and pick so that you can have the best options to choose from, whether you are here in LA and want to spare yourself the adventure, or if you are in a part of the country where it is harder to come by this fantastic handmade beauties.
Here are a few of the options available at the shop now.
These days though, I am feeling like I want a more coarse but well-worn and complex option for the blue sofa of my dreams. The dude and I have been tossing ideas around about a new setup at our new house. If I had to pick today, I would be leaning in the denim direction.
Here are a few radical examples that I’ve been stockpiling in my inspiration folder.
During a routine cruise through my local real estate listings I saw this jewel. If you’ve got the feeling that you just want to ship lap some walls, bring some character back, get your modern farmhouse on and just generally do it up Chip & Joanna Gaines style–this house is for you. This house would almost certainly be one of the three properties that a Gaines client would see, we’ll call it the “pond house”.
It’s a whole lot of 1990s goodness but I’m guessing the upside is that all the renovation would be cosmetic. For $275,000 you can buy a 3,200 square foot house with a detached mother-in-law apartment, 25 acres, a shabby barn, a pond that needs some TLC in the form of carp to eat the algae and a whole lot of potential.
Do you see what I see?
The decision to cover the entire porch on the back of this house was clearly a good one.
You could tailor the exterior to look similar to these examples that have been in my inspiration file since the onset of my Farmhouse obsession.
We need to get an outdoor fireplace happening and screen in some of the porch and put a metal roof on.
Moving around to the front, we can get some windows, new front door, remove the vinyl siding, update the columns and railing, add a few architectural elements and we are in the business of modern farmhouses.
If you think you are going to take this on please email me, I’m happy to be of service!
You may have seen a touch of our latest MEGAN GERSCH + TEOT endeavors unfolding on Instagram! If so, we’re grateful to you for your positive response. It seems like everyone that I’ve shown this work to has really gotten into it! We’re so excited to FINALLY have the product up online and ready for sale!
A little bit ago we were going on to you about how much we are inspired by the rorschach trend, Where It’s At Rorschach. Now, we’re back to let you know how we are incorporating our recent crush for this look in the TEOT Shop through a wonderful collaboration.
We’ve teamed up with our friend Megan Gersch who I once worked with in the web dept at KCRW, a world famous public radio station here in Los Angeles best known for breaking artists like Adele, Coldplay and Beck.
Here is a little look at how we have turned design concept into product.
It all started via Instagram. Megan was sharing some snaps of her works in progress. As a jewel tone color lover myself, I had been enjoying them, but I was particularly drawn to this one.
You can see our @shopteot comment there! It was as easy as that. I took that exact pic and started playing around with it in Spoonflower. That’s a REALLY fun site, and I highly encourage you to consider it if you want to personally design your next fabric or wallpaper project.
I mocked up these images to share with Megan and see what she thought.
We ordered some samples, to see which fabric was the best and ended up choosing Spoonflower’s Linen Cotton Canvas. Initially I thought a sateen might really make the colors pop, but in the end, the linen not only provided a more saturated color, but it also speaks more to a more organic and laid back vibe that you guys love. It’s more TEOTy that way.
Here are the samples alongside some indigo, showing just how well these new patterns would sit in our collection of global textiles.
Once I showed Megan, she got pretty excited by the whole mirrored effect and she worked diligently on a number of beautiful hi-res patterns for us to work with.
We picked a couple favorites to start with, and here we are, so excited to take this yardage and turn it into beautiful pillows and cube ottomans.
Artist/Designer Megan Gersch is obsessed with color!
Her work with alcohol ink displays an organic evolution and a psychedelia that we feel makes for just the right accent in the TEOT home decor collection.
We are honored to have worked wth Megan to bring to life this exciting collection of pillows, upholstery fabrics and wallpaper designs! The result is a hypnotizing, kaleidoscopic digital manipulation of original alcohol ink paintings by Megan.
We feel that these patterns are a bold addition to the rest of the TEOT home decor collection. They cozy up fantastically among the tribal patterns of our mud cloth as well as our indigo pieces.
A HUGE sincere thanks to Megan for working through this with us. It was really something to bring this to life and we’re so excited by the response we’ve seen so far. We love the turnout and we hope everyone out there is ready to vote for Megan + TEOT with their dollar! <3
We would love to explore more patterns with this incredible artist. Follow Megan on Instagram and check out her Society6 shop for a look at her empire of color, and let us know what you think.
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