Invest In Affordable Art This Sunday Courtesy Of ChairishAuthor:Michelle Konstantinovsky
If the anxiety of big-time investment has kept your walls bare and artless, fear no more: your dreams of becoming a sophisticated art collector with cash to spare are about to become reality.
Chairish, the ultra-chic online destination for buying and selling vintage furniture, décor, jewelry, and accessories, is hosting its first-ever live “open studio” art sale on Instagram, March 22 from 9-11 AM, and you’re invited. All 25 original works for sale will retail for just $125 (including tax and shipping) and will range in media from paintings to illustrations to textile art and more.
The impressive list of artists includes major names like Design Milk founder Jaime Derringer, Emily Katz of Modern Macrame, and Kristi Kohut of Hapi Art. Dig into the Chairish Instagram feed the day of the sale and you’ll also find exclusive behind-the-scenes footage on all of the artists behind the eclectic pieces.
This isn’t the first time Chairish has made great use of social media. Fans of the hashtag #ShopChairishLive know this event will be the fifth installment in the company’s live Instagram Sales series which have been broadcast live from legendary flea markets and co-hosted by big-name stylemakers like Victoria Smith and Jen Gotch.
Sunday’s Insta Art Sale is just one way Chairish is celebrating the expansion of its art offering. Now you’ll find twice the inventory on the site, meaning you can choose from over 5,000 items including vintage pieces and original works from emerging artists.
So get ready to celebrate along with Chairish this Sunday, but be sure to get your game face on: the company’s other awesome events have completely sold out, with some items getting snagged in less than 10 seconds. Happy Instaggraming art lovers!
Chad Dorsey Debuts STRIKE, a Collection of Fireplaces
The rich and diverse California landscape has often served as inspiration for the work of iconic artists, architects and designers. From…
- March 30, 2020
Designer Crush: Marissa Zajack
Multi-disciplinary designer Marissa Zajack utilizes form, color, pattern, and texture to create a body of work that expresses a distinct point…
- March 30, 2020
The 2020 Kitchen & Bath Contest
In celebration of our upcoming summer issue that will showcase remarkable kitchen and bath design, we are bringing back the Kitchen…
- March 29, 2020