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Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson Are Selling Their Furniture, And You Can Own a Piece of Hollywood

The one thing all celebrity homes have in common is a hefty price tag! From Rob Lowe’s $47 million mansion to Oprah Winfrey’s $8 million estate, the average fan can’t even dream of owning their favorite celebrity humble abode. That’s why Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson selling off their furniture is so cool!

According to People, the longtime husband and wife have teamed up with a luxury consignment site called Viyet to sell off a handful of their household pieces. Items will range anywhere from $75 to $8,000.

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The best part about this furniture — aside from formerly being owned by Hollywood A-listers — is that each item has a special backstory. For example, there’s a Rose Tarlow Melrose House wood inlay dining table up for sale ($6,595) that holds a very special place in Rita’s heart.

“We have always entertained family and friends. I am half Greek, so you can sure there will people, food, and music,” the mother of two told People. Because of that, she expressed that the dining table is a reminder to “stay in touch with your friends and make time for them.”

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If Rita’s dining table is too pricey for your budget, there are other items far more affordable, including a pair of Little Folk Art Inc. rustic chairs for $75 and a hand-painted vintage tole tray for $395. Even if some of the lesser priced items still seem pretty steep, think of how impressed your guests will be! Nothing could be cooler than eating at the same table the guy from Cast Away once owned, right?

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