At Chairish, we’re passionate about the design community and the thousands of independent sellers and small business people who comprise it. We’re a marketplace made up of people who love antiques, vintage pieces, and decor, and our many sellers express this every day with the pieces they source for clients both near and far. To celebrate their efforts, we launched our Super Seller program five years ago, recognizing our top sellers who continuously present a flow of inspiring items, have consistently fast shipping times, and are uber-reliable for Chairish customers. And now, five years later, we have 29 “High Five Super Sellers,” who’ve achieved this rating for all five years in a row.
Below, get to know five of these High Five sellers, along with the full list of everyone who earned this honor. Be sure to shop their pieces for finds in every category, and if you’re interested in joining their ranks, learn how to become a Chairish seller too.
Based in Southern California, Mike Seratt travels around the U.S. and Europe to source elusive, one-of-a-kind, often whimsical pieces. His vintage and antique finds range from art to decorative accessories and furniture, and are designed to be conversation starters in any space lucky enough to have them.
Specializing in hand-knotted rugs, wall art, pillows, and decor, the team at Old New House has a passion for artisan creations and vintage finds. Co-founder Dave Dilmaghani is a fourth generation rug seller, while his wife and co-founder Melissa is a photographer and interior designer. Together, they’ve sold—and photographed—thousands of incredible finds over the last decade.
Betsy Little launched Little Design Co. with her mother Nancy as a reupholstery business and quickly shifted solely to luxury soft goods, based on the demand for their chic, colorful pillows, throws, and ottomans. All their vibrant, luxe pieces are made of fine velvets and on-trend textiles in their Tulsa studio.
After launching her brand by designing one-of-a-kind pillows, Melissa Levinson expanded to sourcing chic antiques as part of her interior design firm. Today, she has two expansive showrooms in the Los Angeles area, enabling her to display thousands of antiques for designers and in-the-know consumers alike.
Established in 1986, Country French Interiors is a major importer of fine European antiques and art, specializing in 18th- and 19th-century pieces. Founded by Versailles native Bruno de la Croix-Vaubois, their 9,000-square-foot showroom in the heart of the Dallas Design District has become a haven for antiques lovers in the region.
Meet Our High-Five Sellers
Lead image courtesy of Old New House