Around this time last year, I put together a collection of furniture and housewares for sale through Chairish. Since then, Chairish has grown to include a pretty mind-bogglingly impressive selection of not only furniture, but art—vintage, antique, and new.
When Chairish came back to me recently asking if I’d be interested in creating another collection for them, this time consisting of art pieces, I didn’t hesitate. (The also asked if I’d like to do another giveaway. Yes, of course! Scroll down for the details on that…)
You can see my entire collection of 50 pieces of art over at Chairish, but here are a dozen that I particularly love…and covet.
1. Alexander Calder – ‘Red Sun’ lithograph
2. Vintage black metal letter A
3. Arc de Triomphe paint-by-numbers
4. Heather Chontos – ‘The September Collection No. 9’ painting
5. Pierre Soulages – 1972 Olympics lithograph
6. H.R. Bresel – Haitian Farm Scene painting
By the way, if you’re interested in selling art (or anything!) through Chairish, you can get all the details on how it works in their Seller Guide. They also have an iPhone app (direct link, in case you’re reading this on an iPhone) that makes the whole process seamless, from photographing your stuff to getting it listed on the site.
1. Silk-screened moon
2. Bronze Kinetic Sculpture – Dancing Man
3. Pair of Native American weavings
4. Maija Isola/Marimekko – ‘Lokki’ wall hanging
5. Mid-Century Scandinavian tapestry
6. 19th century lake scene painting
Giveaway time! Here’s how it works:
✚ Enter your email address on the Door Sixteen + Chairish giveaway page.
✚ Entries will be accepted from March 25th through April 8th.
✚ One lucky winner will receive a $200 site credit to shop at Chairish! Yay!
✚ If you’re the winner, I’ll notify you via email.
If you win the giveaway, you can spend it however you want—either on artwork I selected for my collection (I made sure to include a number of of pieces under $200!) or on anything else for sale at Chairish.
This post was written in partnership with Chairish, but all words, opinions, and selections are entirely my own.