For the first year, Vintage Antiques, an online retailer for vintage furniture, has been exclusively selling antique furniture.
The site’s founder and owner, Paul Klee, said in a statement that the company is launching an e-commerce portal for furniture that will allow people to purchase, sell, and ship the items they want to.
It also has plans to launch an ecommerce portal that will give people the ability to buy and sell antique furniture, he said.
The company also plans to expand its inventory to include more rare and beautiful items.
“It’s the first ecommerce store that has been able to reach the mainstream, and we’ve gotten so many great feedback from people who are interested in buying our products,” Klee said.
“We’ve seen a lot of interest from people buying these products, and our goal is to reach those people with a broad range of products.”
Klee’s first venture into the furniture market came in 2012 when he co-founded the online retailer The Vintage Antique Store.
Since then, the company has expanded into e-shopping, catalogs, and furniture rentals.
In December, it was named a “Best Buy Partner” by Consumer Reports, and in January, the store’s website was launched.
The new portal is the company’s first foray into a broader ecommerce space, and Klee says it’s the best way to give people a broad selection of antique furniture items to choose from.
Vintage Antiques is now accepting bids for vintage-themed furniture items.
The online auction site eBay has been one of Klee’s primary sources of revenue since the company first launched its website, Klee told Wall Street Journal in December.
In its announcement, Kuelles team said that its new ecommerce platform will allow the company to offer the “largest selection of vintage antiques, including antique benchtops, wood work benches, antique tables, antique lamps, antique chairs, antique desks, antique dressers, and antique table runners, as well as other furniture styles, styles and styles of antique, decorative, and antiques furniture.”