How to buy wholesale country home decor

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Whether you're decorating a country-themed bed and breakfast or need to buy items to resell in your home decor store, check with retailers who offer country-style accessories such as candle holders, bookends and figurines at wholesale prices. Some online retailers sell to the general public, while others offer their wholesale pricing only to businesses.

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    Register your business at KP Home Collection, an online store specialising in country home decor and gifts. Once you register, you can get wholesale prices on tinware, baskets, candles, enamelware, potpourri and other decorations. The website also has a large selection of clearance items. First-time buyers must purchase a minimum of £65, while return buyers must spend a minimum of £32.

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    Browse the selection of country furnishings and accessories at Koehler Home Décor. The online retailer offers wholesale pricing on figurines, shelves, wall clocks, candle holders and bookends. Customers who order at least £487 worth of merchandise will receive a coupon code for 5 per cent off their order, while orders of at least £877 will receive a coupon code for 10 per cent off. The company also offers a free drop-shipping service for businesses. While many wholesale retailers require you to own a business in order to get wholesale prices, anyone can order from Koehler Home Décor.

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    Order wholesale decor from Whimsy Diddles LLC. The store has an extensive selection of country- and primitive-themed pieces such as birdhouses, vases, candle holders and antique signs. Whimsy Diddles requires a minimum purchase of £32. Some items are available only by the box or case, while others can be purchased individually.

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