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Chairish, A New Vintage Marketplace + A Giveaway!

Are you ever on the hunt for something vintage to bring into your home? I always am! Adding vintage elements brings character and a richness to a home. Vintage pieces also have a story behind them – whether it’s the way you happened upon the item or the history behind its design. I truly believe every home should have vintage pieces in them. That’s why I’m excited to spread the word about a new vintage marketplace – Chairish.

If you’ve ever found yourself sifting through pages upon pages of ugliness on Criaglist, or find that 1st Dibs is a little too high end for you, then Chairish will be your new best friend. It’s person-to-person, individuals selling to individuals, which gives sellers the opportunity to reach many more buyers than they would using a traditional consignment shop from the convenience of their home. Luckily for us, Chairish has a team of curators that sift through the items before they even hit the site – you can find that long lost Eames chair you’ve been searching for, stunning Lillian August tables, mid-century furniture as far as your eye can see, and much more. It’s like being at the Alameda Flea market, but better because you can shop in the comfort of your own home.

Here are some of my favorites that I’m coveting for clients and our new apartment.

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Lucky for us, Chairish is giving away $500 towards anything on the site. One lucky Sacramento Street reader will be able to bring in a touch of old to their home!

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To enter the sweepstakes, click here. Once you’ve filled out the form you’ll be entered to win. Wishing all of you good luck and if you want to comment below on where you would put the $500 towards, I’d love to know!

Giveaway Details: Please complete the entry for a valid submission Winner will be contacted via email. This sweepstakes closes at 11:50pm PT on Friday, September 13th.

This post is brought to you by Chairish. All opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting sponsored posts that keep Sacramento Street doors open.


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