I love going to my local flea market or browsing the rows¬†of antique stores downtown to score¬†some cool vintage finds for my house. There’s just something special about furniture that has history. Or, just having furniture that doesn’t come in a flat-packed box, to be honest. But honestly, how often do any of us get to spend our weekends at swap meets¬†after having kids? Well now you can find very cool vintage finds¬†at¬†Chairish,¬†an online marketplace where¬†you can shop all kinds of vintage furniture, decor, and even jewelry and accessories from individual sellers and boutiques across the¬†country.

It’s been around for a while, but to be honest, it was the kind of site where you had to register with your email just¬†to browse. Now, they’ve changed it so it’s¬†open to anyone. And we like that!

That cool¬†vintage¬†shop you saw on your last trip to Brooklyn? They might have their own selling space on Chairish (like French & Scouser, at top), so you can shop from their latest inventory from your couch at home, whether you’re down the street or across the country.

Here are just a few finds on site that caught my eye. Nice, right? And don’t worry, it’s not all this pricy. I just happen to be zooming in on some of the spendy¬†stuff.

Michel Arnault Rotinho Safari Chair at Chairish

Michel Arnault Rotinho safari chair, $700

1940s apple and cherry nesting bowls at Chairish

1940s Apples and Cherries nesting bowls, $200

Vintage Trina Turk fabric lounge chair at Chairish

Vintage Trina Turk Fabric lounge chair, $345

Vintage 28cm Hermès Kelly Bag at Chairish

Hermès Kelly Bag with strap, $6,499

Mod Mid-century necklace on Chairish

Liz’s pick:¬†Mod mid-century necklace, $56 (down from $250!)

Of course, since everything is vintage, it’s all one-of-a-kind. Most items come with a pretty hefty price tag, although you can “make an offer,” flea market style, if you want to try to¬†haggle a little. And it’s nice to be able to shop by style, since there’s a big difference between kitschy mid-century and Chinese Cloisonn√© when you’re talking about antique¬†finds.

If you’re wanting to sell¬†some of your own vintage pieces, this could be a good option for you. Chairish doesn’t charge a fee¬†to list an item, but they do keep 20% of the sale price. That’s a better deal than your typical consignment shop, and a lot less work than¬†sitting on your hot sidewalk all morning at a garage sale. A definite plus for me.

Shop Art Deco, Mid Century Modern, Asian Antique and dozens of other styles of furniture, jewelry, and accessories at Chairish. Register and get $20 off your first purchase!