The 3 Trends We’re Shopping From This Week’s Massive Chairish Sale
Our picks from more than 200,000 items.
Published Mar 22, 2022 1:35 PM
If you have yet to wait five-plus months for a barstool or had a sofa delivery straight-up canceled on you, count yourself lucky. Buying brand-new furniture from big-box stores has become such an unpredictable (and stressful) pursuit that it has led a lot of us to exclusively shop vintage—and we’re not mad about it. Scoring a wish-list bent bamboo chaise or abstract, flat-weave area rug and having it arrive at your doorstep two weeks post-purchase is right up there with winning the lottery. So it’s no surprise that we’ve spent a lot of time perusing online marketplaces like Chairish lately. And we’re about to get all the retail therapy we’ve been craving these past two years: The company has just launched its biggest savings event of the year. Its annual Chairish the Days sale is now live through March 24, with more than 200,000 (!) items marked down by up to 50 percent. We’ve done the digging for you (and even spotlighted the season’s top trends), ahead.
So many of us have set up an office on our patio and hung a hammock in our bedroom—these days the rules no longer apply when it comes to where our furniture lives. One of our favorite indoor-outdoor styles? Wicker. Think beyond the sunroom and bring the breezy material into your dining space in the form of punchy colored chairs or the basement den with a cocoonlike lounger.
In nature, animal prints are intended to blend in, but a well-executed dose of zebra or cheetah can command the right kind of attention. Go bold with a bigger statement piece like the tiger-upholstered club chair (the fabric is velvet, so it feels as luxe as it looks), or start small with an accent ottoman that can be easily tucked away underneath a console table when you want the print to take a back seat.
Get your home ready for its close-up and relive the cinematic glory of Hollywood’s heyday with authentic Regency pieces that are theatrical yet practical, like this dreamy pair of chinoiserie nightstands or a terracotta dog statue that can stand guard by the fireplace.