Win $250 to Decorate Your Home With Furniture on Chairish

If you’re constantly on the look out for the perfect furniture pieces for your home, look no further than Chairish. This website is a fun shopping site that has lots of modern and mid-century modern furniture at huge discounts. The vintage items are pre-owned and sold from people in major cities like San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles.

Want to sell something? Chairish has a new iPhone app that makes it easy for you to list. Just take a few photos, describe your items and then send the info to Chairish. You can also buy straight from that app.

As a special thank you for checking out Chairish, we’re giving one lucky person $250 to spend on the site. Just click here and enter your email address. This contest starts today, March 11, and ends in ten days or at midnight (PST) on March 21. To give you an example of the great items you can find, we’ve shared 12 of our favorite items right here for you (above). You can find our full curated collection, that’s 25 of our top picks, on the Chairish website. Happy shopping!

Philippe Starck Ghost Chairs, Chrome Bar Stools, Milo Baughman Desk, Teardrop Pendant Light, Eero Saarinen Tulip Set, Eames Wire Chairs, Mid-Century Modern Daybed, Vintage Credenza, 1960’s French Wingback Chairs, Pink Linen Sofa, Isamu Noguchi Coffee Table and Mid-Century Modern Couch.

Chairish website

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