Industry News:Charish Expands!Author:Lindsey Shook
Leading marketplace for finding rare home furnishings, Chairish, announced today a strategic expansion that will further increase their innovative offering of new, vintage and antique finds.
The San Francisco based company has not only rebranded but migrated its portfolio of sites (Chairish, DECASO and Dering Hall) into one robust e-commerce platform offering a more seamless and comprehensive shopping experience. Additionally, Chairish will welcome international sellers into its marketplace to augment the platform’s high-end inventory and launch a dynamic editorial program including two exciting new initiatives –The Chairish Podcast series, hosted by design industry veteran Michael Boodro, and the Chairish print magazine, which will celebrate individual style in home design. The podcast is now available on multiple platforms, including Apple Podcasts. The premier issue of the Chairish magazine will debut in Fall 2020.
“By adding to Chairish the best inventory and editorial content from our sister properties, DECASO and Dering Hall, and by aggregating all of our audiences into one site, we’re simplifying discovery for our buyers and maximizing sales for our sellers. Buyers benefit from a one-stop shop offering exceptional vintage, antique, contemporary and made-to-order pieces from around the world. Sellers benefit by getting their products in front of an even larger audience of affluent design shoppers, particularly our large trade community,” said Anna Brockway, President and Co-Founder of Chairish.
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