Keywords for Finding Grandmillennial Pieces on Facebook

I love finding things on Facebook Marketplace.

It’s a great way to fill your home with quality pieces within your budget. But it can be daunting if you don’t know what you’re searching for.

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After a lot of searching I’ve found five keywords for finding grandmillennial decor and furniture:

  1. Thomasville
  2. Stanley
  3. Henry Link
  4. Hollywood Regency
  5. Bamboo/Rattan


Thomasville is a very versatile brand. The styles vary widely but all seem to be great quality pieces. I have two Thomasville pieces from Marketplace and love them.


You may have to search “Stanley Furniture” or else you get a lot of tools from a stanley brand. The china cabinet I mentioned in this post is Stanley brand. They are quality pieces and I love the bamboo ones.

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Henry Link

Henry Link especially has tons of great pieces, especially the bamboo look (you may even want to search Henry Link Bali Hai).

These can be few and far between, but if you ever come across something like this for a decent price you should totally snag it.

These are super popular right now and rare.

Hollywood Regency

Hollywood Regency is a great thing to search for beautiful and ornate gold pieces. Lots of mirrors and gorgeous coffee and end tables and some decorative pieces.

Bamboo & Rattan

These often go together (or people get them confused).

I’ve found so many great pieces by just searching “bamboo” like the two below

Time to get searching

Look through these keywords and see what styles/brands strike you. I also recommend setting up a notification so you see when new items in these keywords are added as soon as possible.

It pays to be quick on Facebook Marketplace.

What are your favorite search terms for Facebook Marketplace?

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