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Snag Some of Courteney Cox’s Personal Vintage Scores While You Still Can

Her favorite items are now on Chairish.

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If you still have the image of Monica Geller from Friends in mind when you think of Courteney Cox, you’re mostly on the right track. The actor is known for being pretty obsessed with cleanliness in real life, so much so that she launched a line of home fragrances and cleaning products last year. But unlike her beloved character, Cox isn’t as much of a control freak. “I’m not a minimalist,” she says. “I like my home to feel inviting and cozy.” In fact, she’s amassed an impressive collection of vintage pieces and just partnered with Chairish to sell several of them on the site. 

As for what you can expect from Cox’s curation, there’s a bit of everything, from Art Deco items to mid-century finds to globally sourced pieces. “My taste is ever-changing, but there are certain fundamentals I’m always attracted to: pieces with texture and beautiful craftsmanship but also with a unique history,” she shares. Her favorites are going fast, but we’ve rounded up a few that are still up for grabs. 

Soft Landing

Vintage Mohair Pillow

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Use this chocolatey mohair throw to prop you up on the sofa after a long day or upgrade your sleep setup; either way, it’s bound to infuse a dose of character to any space.

Roaring Good Time

Cast Iron Lamp With Art Deco Base

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One part industrial, one part Great Gatsby, this cast-iron lamp from the early 20th century isn’t just functional, it’s a statement piece on any desk thanks to its Art Deco base. 

Three’s Company

Vintage Italian Wood Inlay Cube

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There are three of these wood-inlay cubes in Cox’s collection. At $600 a pop, even one is a splurge, but the Italian-made chevron design definitely makes a statement as a trio. 

Off the—Er, Her—Shelf 

Vintage French Bookshelf

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This vintage French bookshelf is one of Cox’s personal favorites. The five-tier cherrywood unit lived in her bedroom for years and now it can live in yours.