Maximize Your Consignment

Our goal is to have a showroom full of upscale, near-mint condition items that will draw buyers back time and again. We also want you to get the most money out of your consignment. Please take the time to wipe down all items inside and out. Clean any cobwebs from underneath your furniture. Vacuum all upholstered pieces, especially under the seat cushions. Tighten all loose screws.

Inspect each item carefully and ask yourself if you would buy this item? If not, chances are neither will anyone else. Buyers want quality items that are clean and are appealing to the eye.

Items Not Accepted

Our years of experience help us to know what will sell and what won’t. Because of this, we do not take the following:

  • Anything that smells of smoke or any other odor
  • Items with missing or broken hardware
  • Items in need of repair, cleaning, refinishing or re-upholstery
  • Furniture with water stains or noticeable scratches on the primary surfaces
  • Rugs with stains, obvious wear, or tattered edges (Please check the back as well)
  • Glass top tables
  • Entertainment centers
  • Large office furniture or office chairs
  • Knock-down (self-assembled) or particle-board furniture
  • Unframed art, faded prints, art with dated matting/framing
  • Mattresses or waterbeds
  • Bed Linens
  • Antique sewing machines
  • Toys
  • Textiles (tapestries, quilt, linens, clothing)
  • Books or magazines
  • Appliances / computers / electronics (including televisions)
  • Lamps without shades or with yellowed / damaged shades
  • Lamps in need of rewiring or with old / frayed wiring
  • Glassware or stemware sets that include less than four pieces
  • Collectible plates (example: Franklin Mint)
  • Chipped or repaired glassware
  • China sets
  • Window treatments
  • Pianos
  • Grandfather clocks