Inside Chairish’s New Collaboration With a Design Power Duo
Chairish joins forces with lifestyle guru Anne Sage and interior designer Martha Mulholland.
Published May 18, 2017 5:30 AM
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Chairish, the online marketplace that offers users the opportunity to buy and sell vintage decor, furniture, and art, just launched a collaboration with lifestyle and design duo Anne Sage and Martha Mulholland. Sage’s impressive portfolio includes her role as the co-founder of Rue Magazine while Mulholland is an interior designer known for her affinity and knack for finding vintage treasures and antique goods. The pair met when Sage hired Mullholland to design her home.
The exclusive sale will encompass 85 pieces of home decor and furniture, curated by Sage and Mulholland, featuring the pair’s most beloved vintage finds. Shoppers will even have the to opportunity to get a peek inside the duo’s respective home decor favorites, available exclusively on Chairish.
“Every piece has a story behind it (and if I don’t know the story, I’m more than happy to make it up). Plus, it’s a no-brainer way to ensure that your home has a unique personality to match your own,” said Anne in a statement.
Among the most notable pieces in the collection, Sage highlights a framed print by photographer Ashley Woodson Bailey, created to honor Bailey’s friend who passed away in a flood. Proceeds of the print’s sale will be donated to the emergency unit that treated her friend at Spohn Hospital in Corpus Christi, Texas. Shopping for a good cause? We can definitely get behind that.
“To me, vintage pieces are what bring a room to life and give it complexity and character,” says Mulholland. “Anyone can buy new furniture and make it look nice—nuance comes from careful collecting and mixing of vintage treasures to tell a story.”
The sale launches on May 18th at 9am EST. Shop here.
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