All posts by Brie Dyas

Brie Dyas is a lifestyle expert with a love for all things vintage. She’s appeared on NBC's Today and on HuffPost Live as the host of “Throwback Thursday,” a series that discussed the best in nostalgic photos and videos. She was the founding editor of HuffPost Home and Stylelist Home and also held positions as a managing editor of HuffPost Style and Stylelist. Brie's work has appeared on House Beautiful, Good Housekeeping, Trulia, and other fine websites.
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Viyet’s Emily Everhart Reveals the Secrets to Consigning Vintage Pieces (and More)

Whether you’re furnishing your new place or trying to downsize, consignment is a godsend for finding (or selling) antiques, vintage, and new pieces. We chatted with Emily Everhart, Chief Curator for, the e-commerce marketplace for expertly curated, incredibly-designed furniture and accessories from every era, about everything from getting the best price to the most in-demand periods for vintage items.

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One of the Last Five-and-Dimes in America

Before there were discount stores there was the five & dime where pricing was made simple––items were either five or ten cents to purchase. With the advent of discount stores and inflation most five & dime stores closed up shop. With the help of Beth “Mod Betty” Lennon, founder of the Retro Roadmap, writer Brie Dyas tracks down one of the last five & dimes stores in the Unites States where you can get your vintage shop on!

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Throwback Thursday: A Vintage Trailer Renovation You Won’t Believe

Find Everything Historic’s newest columnist on home, decor, and interior design, Brie Dyas, is passionate about all things authentic and retro, and we love her ‘Mad Men’ style. Whether it’s a vintage renovation, her love of old books, or her unique creative lens to be able to see anything modern in an historic light, Dyas will delight you with her wit, charm, and in-depth reporting. It’s also fitting that her first column for Find Everything Historic is about a vintage travel trailer restoration in a classic mid-century trailer park Palm Springs, California, since we’re about to embark on our own vintage Airstream renovation. You’ll never think of ‘mobile homes’ in the same way again. Like Dyas our only question is: When can we move in?!

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