Coveting Color // Vintage Finds

I’m talking about two of my favorite things today… Color & Vintage finds.  Whether you are bold enough to douse your room in color & pattern or a little more restrained opting for a single statement piece that makes the  room come to life, adding a little dose of a saturated hue can really transform your space.  Always wanting to add a new layer into a space, the addition of a vintage piece can take your room from something seen in any home to a unique element that sets your home apart from the rest.  While most would choose a simple mirror over a console, why not a bright pink Juju Headdress instead? A basic linen bench at the foot of the bed would be gorgeous, but why not take a risk with a beautifully upholstered bench full of pattern & colorful piping to bring the room together.
When shopping for vintage & unique finds I often turn to Chairish.  It is an ever-changing marketplace where you can shop & sell your own items, constantly leading to new inventory.  I love shopping their site for clients (& myself…) & am often inspired to go in a decor direction I might not have gone with if I was left to shop for a massed produced item.  The beauty of these pieces are that while they may not be a one of a kind, their rarity gives it a special factor.  
I also love searching their catalog of items when looking to sell my own.  It acts as a great point of reference & from personal experience, selling your own pieces through Chairish could not be any easier.  You take the pictures of the items & upload the information & they do the rest… even taking care of shipping charges & sending you the mailing label to ship your items to their new home.
The above items are just a few of the colorful selections I have pulled for a collection of items live on Chairish right now!  So if you are looking for a colorful piece to add to your space, this would be a great place to start your search.  And don’t forget to download their app for easier searching on the go.  
xo – Kristin
**This post was written in collaboration with Chairish.  All opinions & graphics are my own.