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Secondhand furniture retailer Chairish announces shipping to Canada
Home of Gabriella Skok, design by Mally Skok. Photo: Brittany Ambridge/Chairish

Secondhand furniture retailer Chairish announces shipping to Canada


Canadian shoppers now have access to nearly half of Chairish’s inventory

Luxury secondhand furniture and home decor retailer Chairish now ships to Canada.

Chairish Inc., the San Francisco-based parent company of Chairish and Pamono, announced the change on Oct. 25.

Canadian shoppers now have access to nearly half of Chairish’s inventory — over 430,000 vintage and contemporary pieces including furniture, art, rugs, lighting and decor. The marketplace’s full inventory clocks in around one million items.

The products are collected in an exclusive shoppable collection so users can easily see which products ship north of the border.

Popular with designers and vintage collectors, the marketplace’s listings include a periwinkle Ligne Roset Togo sectional sofa from 1973 for $7,500, and a 19th-century Wedgwood pink pearlware scallop shell dish for $685.

Prices in the Chairish marketplace are still listed in USD, and shipping and duty rates vary.

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Chairish also announced a new partnership with The Kairos Collective, a U.K.-based marketplace for vintage and antique furniture and art, which will add European dealers to the Chairish selling community.

As of Nov. 1, the Kairos Collective will redirect to the home page for Pamono, Chairish’s U.K. arm.

Points to a bigger trend

The partnership signifies a larger trend happening in the resale industry.

Chairish recently released its second annual Home Furnishings Resale Report, which showed the U.S. resale home furnishings category will reach $22 billion over the next five years, an increase of 29 per cent from 2021.

Analytics firm GlobalData polled 2,500 U.S. adults for the survey and determined the overall resale market in the U.S. is expected to hit $289 billion by 2027, compared to $179 billion in 2022.

Online resale is expected to grow 86 per cent from 2021 to 2027, compared to 37.6 per cent offline.

The survey also found that 87 per cent of buyers plan to spend more or the same on resale home furnishings this year.

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