It looks like comedian/actor/author/musician Steve Martin is cleaning house. Martin has joined forces with online furniture consignment shop One Kings Lane to curate a collection of his personal furniture and other pieces of decor for their Tastemakers Tag Sale.
Martin’s picks are wide-ranging with weird, kooky and classic stuff making his list, including a “camelback couch,” bronze snakes, hand-painted chairs, and even a pencil portrait of the actor himself. But as you may have guessed, the items aren’t quite priced like those at Goodwill. The cheapest piece in the bunch is a blue bucket and planter going for $249, while the priciest, an original set of artwork from Robert Crumb, rings in at a whopping $69,995. There’s also a set of drapes going for $1,300.
“We have resided in New York, Santa Barbara, and Beverly Hills, and every item in the sale has been used by us. I hate to part with some of these things, but you all know about spring-cleaning—especially in the fall,” Martin writes on the One Kings Lane site.
Steve Martin Director’s Chair $499. “From one of my favorite film experiences. But alas, I have to make room for my ‘Pink Panther’ chair!” ↑
Currently, there are over 40 items up for grabs. If one of the above piques your interest, be sure to act fast. Not only are there fewer than three days left on this sale, but many items have already sold out. And if Martin’s wares are just too pricey for your pocketbook, then check out our curated list of best places to pick up cheap antique and vintage furniture in NYC.
[Tastemakers Tag Sale: Steve Martin official site]
Images via One Kings Lane
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