Craigslist and eBay are some of the most common places to post high-end furniture, although there are other sites you can use as well. Chairish is a specific site for advertising high-end furniture, but you can also try sites like OfferUp, Bonanza, Facebook Marketplace, ArtDeco, 1dibs or Oodle. AptDecoWhat was launched as a secure and fast alternative to Craigslist almost 10 years ago and is now one of the most popular used furniture marketplaces in the tri-state area. AptDeco presents new and used household items from popular brands such as West Elm, Restoration Hardware, CB2 and more.
For sellers, publishing is free and AptDeco helps coordinate pickup and delivery. When an item is sold, the company charges a fee based on the type of item, brand, and sale price, which can range from 25 to 38 percent of the sale price. Buyers can search for furniture by brand and category, request the purchase, schedule a time to receive their item, and then let the APTdeco team handle the delivery. They even inspect items for accuracy, as well as for signs of bed bugs.
If your furniture is vintage or you've decided to part with some works of art, Chairish is the ideal place to sell. Apartment Therapy Bazaar is a community-driven marketplace, allowing you to sell vintage designer furniture and accessories from almost anywhere.