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New product lines accent the unique offerings of consignment items.

Homekeeps opened its doors in 2008 wide variety of new designer goods with modest prices.

Homekeeps offers a mix of both new and inspired items with consignment pieces to create a look that is entirely put together and unique. The store features consigners from all over the country, including Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina, Colorado, Massachusetts and other states. With a large quantity of items, it is little wonder that the store featured 3,000 square feet of space and had to be expanded in 2010 to 8,000 square feet. Homekeeps also has 3,000 feet devoted to warehouse staging space.

According to a press release on the store, Homekeeps arranges lifestyle vignettes so that customers can visualize for themselves the scale and style of the piece in which they are interested. The store believes in the concept of connecting the décor experience with the “see and feel” experience. On new items, the store offers a trial run for the purchase to insure that customers like the way the piece looks inside their home.

Homekeeps will take almost any home item in good condition on consignment except appliances and clothing.

The store accepts items on Tuesday through Friday, and will do previews and free pick-ups on large items. Items range from brand new items of home décor and furniture to antiques and consignment items. The space also features a large section of candles, soaps and gourmet food. Seasonal items are also available for those who love decorating the home for different holidays. New and consignment pieces can be found every day, as the store is constantly updating its inventory.

Besides traditional home items like lamps, art, mirrors tables and sofas, the store also features Jim Williams of Savannah pieces from the film,“ Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.” The gift section is extensive and includes Arthur Court, Mark Roberts, collectibles, frames and other accessories.

Homekeeps also has a wide candle selection that includes Archipelago, Northern Lights and Trapp and bath and body products by Archipelago, Lafco, Boticario de Havana, Claus Porto soaps and bath selection, as well as Cucina products.

Homekeeps is located on 100 Scott Oak Drive in Eatonton and is near Reynolds. For more information, call (706) 991-9909.

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