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‘Tis the Season Sticker Sale: Up to 60% off on December 6th!

PLEASE NOTE: This is a past event, but if you’d like to be notified about sales like this in the future, sign up for our Newsletter! (You can do this in the bottom right corner of any page on our site.)

  • When: Friday, December 6th, 10am-8pm
  • What: Between 12% & 60% off all inventory! This is an in-store-only event, but the sale will also include online-only warehouse items.
  • Where: FG Showroom, 1261 Broadway, Suite 309.
  • Why: A gift from us to you this holiday season!

You can shop our current inventory here. But keep in mind that we’ll be getting plenty of new items every weekday leading up to the sale!

**Please Note: The sale will last from 10am to 8pm (showroom hours). If you plan to take furniture (anything that can’t fit in a shopping bag) out with you, it will have to be done between 10am and 5pm or 6pm and 8pm as our freight elevator is closed from 5pm-6pm.

“House Beautiful” Showroom Feature!

If you have any interest in furniture, home decor, and DIY, chances are you’ve come across House Beautiful‘s print magazine or website before. So we were absolutely thrilled when they reached out to feature a tour of our showroom on their website! The article is a great introduction to what we do and the wide variety of styles and items we bring in every day. Take a look, and then come visit our showroom and 1261 Broadway to take your own tour!

Christmas Sale: 20% off online only, 12/23-12/25

PLEASE NOTE: This is a past event, but if you’d like to be notified about sales like this in the future, sign up for our Newsletter! (You can do this in the bottom right corner of any page on our site.)

  • When: Sunday, December 23rd through Tuesday, December 25th
  • What: 20% off all inventory! Online only. Use discount code: hohoho at checkout.
  • Where:
  • Why: The FG showroom will be closed for Christmas, and this is our gift to you, our wonderful customers!

If you’ll be celebrating, enjoy your holiday, and if not, enjoy some time off and some exciting discounts!

Go Vote Sale: Show Us You Voted, Get 21% Off on 11/6 or 11/7!

PLEASE NOTE: This is a past event, but if you’d like to be notified about sales like this in the future, sign up for our Newsletter! (You can do this in the bottom right corner of any page on our site.)

  • When: Tuesday and Wednesday, November 6th-7th, 10am-8pm
  • Where: Our Midtown showroom, 1261 Broadway, Suite 309
  • What: If you voted, you’ll get 21% off all inventory!
  • Why: Because everyone should exercise their right to vote!

The right to vote is one of the most important honors and responsibilities of citizenship, and Furnish Green wants to thank you for taking time out of your day to exercise that right! Visit us in the showroom on Tuesday, November 6 or Wednesday, November 7 with some proof of having voted (absentee or in-person) and we’ll give you 21% off of your purchase. We’re open from 10am until 8pm, so stop by after you hit the voting booth!

Labor Day Weekend Sale: 9/2 & 9/3, 18% off everything!

PLEASE NOTE: This is a past event, but if you’d like to be notified about sales like this in the future, sign up for our Newsletter! (You can do this in the bottom right corner of any page on our site.)

  • When: Sunday, September 2nd & Monday, September 3rd
  • What: 18% off all online inventory! Use coupon code: pullmanstrike at checkout.
  • Where: online ONLY at
  • Why: We’re celebrating unions and the last long weekend of summer! The showroom will be closed all day Sunday and Monday.

Wall Art Blowout Sale: 40% off & $10 selections!

PLEASE NOTE: This is a past event, but if you’d like to be notified about sales like this in the future, sign up for our Newsletter! (You can do this in the bottom right corner of any page on our site.)

  • When: Starting Thursday, August 16th and running for a limited time while supplies last!
  • What: 40% off all wall art! Use coupon code: workofart at checkout.
  • Where: in store and online! Plus, we have a special selection of $10 art in store only!
  • Why: We need to clear our walls for fresh inventory and there’s always room to freshen up your walls with color and design!
  • Shop: the collection

Outdoor Picks for Spring and Summer Fun

Maybe you have a patio, a backyard, a deck, or roof space that comes with your apartment. Maybe you own a home that has all of the above. Maybe you’ve got none of those but are just looking to host the best picnic Central Park has ever seen. We’re like a sensible bottle of sunscreen: we’ve got you covered.

Roofs & Decks

As with all New York spaces, it’s all about maximizing the square footage that you have to create the best layout for your needs. Lightweight chairs like these Black Molded Plastic Armchairs are easy to stack and store when the weather turns against you, but are sturdy and comfortable enough for sitting in with your coffee and the newspaper. Add a side table like this Petite Hairpin Tile-Top Accent Table to hold your drink, or wheel out the Atomic 2-Tier Metal & Laminate Bar Cart when you’re hosting a barbecue. And of course, for the full days spent outside with a page-turner of a book, you can’t beat this Shabby Painted Metal Porch Rocker.



Deluxe Spaces

If you’ve got a backyard or a sizable patio, you probably don’t need to worry about how easily movable your furniture is, and are looking for things that will stay in one place for the whole season. For a full outdoor dining set-up, pair this Black Wrought Iron and Glass Table with some Ice Cream Parlor Iron Armchairs. Both could easily do double duty indoors when the weather isn’t so friendly. For a lighter look on a front or back porch, try this White Wicker Settee with Floral Cushion as a comfortable seat for two or three (we also have a matching throne armchair). History lovers and loungers alike will enjoy these 19th Century Folding Red Canvas Beach Chairs that date back to the 1860s-1870s.


Picnics & Beach Days

New York is chock full of public parks and beaches for outdoor outings. Cruise around the city on this 1980s Fuji Allegro Men’s Bicycle or this 1960s AMF Trail Blazer Women’s Glitter Bicycle! If picnics are more your speed, this Retro Folding Picnic Table transforms from a briefcase into a full picnic table. This Blue Band Vinyl Strap Folding Lawn Chair is a great pick for all outdoor adventures, and we have a matching one in brown!


We’ve got new outdoor-friendly pieces coming into the showroom nearly every day so keep an eye on our website or stop by the showroom to step up your spring and summer game!

Fun Furniture Fact #31: Buckeye Incubator Side Table

For most people in 2018, it’s hard to imagine an incubator as a ubiquitous household item. But from the late 19th century into the first few decades of the 20th century, it was far from unusual to incubate chicken eggs inside your home or barn. Demand for chicken was rising as more Americans moved to urban environments without a chicken coop of their own. Incubators offered mechanical means of brooding eggs, prompting hens to lay them more frequently. This meant a savvy farmer could exponentially increase their profits if they yielded a good amount of chicks, but he or she had to keep a vigilant eye on the incubator’s temperature to ensure this (hence, why they needed to be indoors).

To keep the incubator at the proper temperature (102-103 degrees), these early incubators used small hot water boilers powered by kerosene. The eggs had to be turned manually for even warming. The incubation process can take up to three weeks, to yield at most 80-85% of the eggs they started with. The first major player in the American incubator market was the Buckeye, from Springfield, Ohio. As a major technological innovation that was changing the landscape of American food and farming, Buckeye incubators were prominently featured in an exhibition at the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago.

Which brings us to this Buckeye Incubator Side Table. Though no longer a functional incubator, the glass-fronted cavity that once held eggs can now be used for all sorts of storage (it’s a great size for coffee table books). These legs were not originally part of this incubator, but suit the overall style well. With it now finally feeling like springtime in New York, this piece feels very seasonally appropriate. So stop by our showroom to examine this wonderful piece of American history–last one in to see it is a rotten egg!

Going Furnish Green-er: an effort to shrink our ecological footprint

With Earth Day approaching on April 22nd, we at Furnish Green found ourselves examining what we can do to make our practices even “greener.” By re-selling vintage furniture we keep these items out of landfills and minimize the impact of manufactured goods; we also use recycled materials for cleaning, packing, and filing and we repurpose as much as we can.

We’re striving to do more though, so in that spirit, we aim to lessen the amount of wasted materials used for wrapping up sold items. We will only shrink-wrap your purchased pieces if specifically requested, and we encourage you to BYOB: bring your own bags & blankets. If you provide the blanket, we’ll get it safely taped and tucked for transport! Note: we’ll automatically wrap glass pieces and mirrors because of their fragile nature.

Our goal is still, as always, to provide excellent customer service and assist in the safe transportation of your vintage purchases. Please let us know via e-mail, phone, or in person if you would prefer anything you’ve bought to be wrapped in plastic.

And don’t forget that you can take home your purchased items in an FG Tote bag, instead of using paper or plastic! $6 in the shop & online.

Fun Furniture Fact #25: Stanley Olé Collection

We are always trying to discover new fun facts about the pieces that come into our showroom. This week we are digging a little deeper into our Stanley Furniture collection.

In 1924, after quitting his job as an executive at Basset Furniture Company, Thomas Bahnson Stanley decided to start his own furniture business. At the young age of 33, he bought a plot of land in Virginia and turned it into Stanleytown. A factory was built, streets were laid, and homes were constructed for his workers to live in. His factory became one of the leading furniture manufacturers in the country, producing quality furniture that impressed the markets in Grand Rapids, Chicago and New York. Even through The Great Depression, they remained a strong business because Stanley took such pride in keeping his workers and his customers happy.

Stanley has remained a high-end name in furniture throughout the decades. In the late mid-century, they produced a fun line of bedroom furniture called the Olé Collection. It came in several colors with red and yellow being the most popular. It was probably the most colorful furniture at that time and was featured in several magazines with the slogan “We made Olé because little girls never stay little”. It was a dream come true for many girls around the nation.


We just got a nearly complete set of the Olé Yellow Collection in our Manhattan showroom. It includes a twin-sized bed, a desk with a matching chair, and a tall bookcase cabinet. The best thing about this collection is that you don’t have to be a little girl to enjoy it. This energetic, retro furniture was designed to be appealing to both children and adults. It features a bright green trim and orange flowers around the hardware. It has a very whimsical vibe and is perfect for any space in need of some color!

You can check it all out here.





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