I started in February of this year with a five year old bedroom set, used only five weeks during my daughters annual visit. Sad huh? But on my Facebook setup (please forgive my lack of techie language) there are lots of groups you can join and then sell whatever you like without paying a listing fee, so I bought a lovely '60"s dining hutch with leaded glass/lighted and mirrored top cabinets and a serving board opening which acts as a counter for preparing simple meals. This is in the room next to the guest bedroom which I dolled up pretty inexpensively with Amazon. Then I found a tweedy wing-back grey chair and a quilted barrel back chair with carved wood legs and arms trim, and to that old-fashioned mix I added a new Victrola on a matching cabinet with a variety of recodrs from Goodwill. Across in front of the two chairs is a long tweedy grey bench with a button top which serves as storage, a footrest or coffee table, compliments of Amazon.Guests may opt to use only paper products, plates and glasses, but I also have some lovely antique ceral bowls, a flowered tea set and when and many beautiful dishes I bought from Tuesday Morning and Home Goods and if someone breaks something I'm probably not out more than $2.99 a piece but they look like much more. I had a vision andpiece by piece, place by place, with patience and discernment, it came together. As an aside, I spent 12 years disabled and disconnected from the world. Four surgeries and lots of physical therapy and Airbnb brought the world back to me. I adore my guests.