Chairish, the online retailer of pre-owned home décor, commissioned interior designer Martha Angus to design a six-room home using only items from the site.
“Some of our buyers told us that they shop Chairish to furnish full rooms,” said Anna Brockway, chief curator and co-founder of the site. “So we partnered up with Martha, who is a world class talent and a Chairish fan, to pre-design spaces using all Chairish items. It's a fast and affordable way to get a whole room done by a world class designer.”
The styled spaces are available for purchase in three different ways: The entire home of six rooms for less than $75,000 with free shipping (while still available); entire rooms ranging from $5,500 - $25,000 with free shipping (while still available); or individual items from each room ranging from $199 - $10,000.
Bedroom and living room vignettes designed by Angus
“We've long been admirers of Martha's work and she was an early adopter on Chairish, listing her own items for sale as well as buying a few for clients,” said Brockway. “She has her choice clients but together we saw an opportunity to bring her style and vision to a larger audience. By purchasing a full room, you save time and money but get that designer perspective. Instant gratification.”
Sofa and pair of lamps available in Angus' room vignettes
According to Brockway, Chairish has plans to continue creating more homes and rooms with top interior designers in the future.
Dining room and media room vignettes designed by Angus
“We are working with a few San Francisco-based designers soon—Kendall Wilkinson and Will Wick—and then we will unveil a larger designer profile centered around Los Angeles in the next few weeks,” she said.
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