Vintage Home Decor Marketplace Chairish Collects $4M In Series A Funding

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Chairish, the online marketplace that lets people buy and sell used home decor items, has raised $4 million in a new round of funding. The funding, which was announced last week and is led by Azure Capital and O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures, is the startup’s Series A round and brings its total investment to more than $7 million.

The San Francisco-based Chairish was founded in 2013 by longtime fashion and retail marketing exec Anna Brockway, her husband, Hotwire and TripIt co-founder Gregg Brockway, along with TripIt co-founder Andy Denmark, Hotwire co-founder Eric Grosse, and current ModCloth CMO Nancy Ramamurthi.

I stopped by Chairish’s gorgeous headquarters a few months ago in April for our Cribs series — you can check that out in the video embedded below. Although, since I hear they’ve already grown so much they’ve had to move into a new office space, this is actually a bit of a walk down memory lane for the company: