If You Love Vintage Furniture, You Have to Check Out Furnish Green

Especially if you love mid-century modern style.

You might think good vintage pieces are hard to find in New York City, but it's only a challenge if you don't know where to look. The secret? Popping in to Furnish Green's showroom, where you'll find amazing new finds every day (seriously, they add 10 to 20 new items daily). And if you especially love the mid-century modern aesthetic, Furnish Green is about to become your new favorite place.

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Joel Barhamand

While you can—and absolutely should—head to their showroom to browse to your heart's content, you don't have to head to the store in person to shop their selection. This isn't your ordinary vintage shop, because in this case, the entire inventory of furniture, rugs, mirrors, wall art, lighting, and more is all online, too. Yes, really.



Shopping the site is super easy, because you can narrow down by style (Art Deco, Atomic, Hollywood Regency, and Provincial are all options, among others) as you browse the website. And here's why you mid-century modern fans will soon be obsessed: a quick click on the mid-century category reveals more than 150 (!!) pieces, from furniture to decorative accents.

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Joel Barhamand

Another thing to note? The Furnish Green team ensures that all of your new, previously loved items are in tip-top shape, because before they are listed for sale, they're cleaned, restored, and repaired. They vacuum and steam each piece, clean outer surfaces with vinegar and water (for unpainted pieces), take on any minor repairs, and use solutions like oil and furniture conditioner on wood pieces to restore their natural luster.

Oh, and along with more information on their restoration process, there's also detailed info on Furnish Green's site about cleaning and maintaining vintage furniture, in case you need help caring for pieces you already own or intend to buy.



You can visit Furnish Green's showroom at 1261 Broadway in Manhattan, or shop their entire inventory—including a selection of online-only pieces you won't find in the store—on their website. If you do shop online, you can even order items for delivery, provided you live within NYC.



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