There are a few different reasons why Vinterior might disapprove a listing. Please rest assured that you can re-submit it for approval once you have amended your item as per our feedback.

The 7 most common reasons for items being disapproved:

1. We are no longer publishing newly made items

As of June 1st, 2020, Vinterior no longer publishes newly made, though as an individual seller you are welcome to list pre-owned contemporary items.

2. The condition of the item is too low

It is important for Vinterior and our customer base to maintain a high standard of listings across our site. We kindly ask that all pre-loved items are listed in good condition and suitable for resale.

3. The quality of the photograph is too low and/or the listing needs a clear main image

Images are the most important elements of a listing and first impressions are crucial for making a sale; the main image on your listing determines whether or not a buyer will click on your item from the Vinterior search page. Buyers must also be able to clearly see all the details of an item. Here are some guidelines on how to have quality pictures for your items.

4. The listing images contained watermarks or logos

Vinterior does not accept listings with images that contain watermarks, logos, or your business name.

5. It does not fit our current product range

Our inventory is constantly reviewed to make sure that it is appealing to buyers. The item you have tried to list might fall into the categories of products we do not list at the moment. For further information, please refer to this article: Items not published on Vinterior.

6. The item is already listed on Vinterior

You cannot upload an identical listing that has already been submitted on our platform. This is to ensure that there are no duplicate listings on Vinterior.

How will these listings appear on your Vinterior account?

If one of your created listings has been rejected, it will show as "Disapproved" on your listings page. The listings will appear as "Disapproved" and the reason will be in the notes.