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Connecticut Furniture Consignment stores.

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Connecticut Consignment

(860) 818-5988
144 Route 6
Andover, Connecticut 06232
Connecticut Consignment is a consignment store where discerning shoppers can find fine home furnishings, antiques, and collectibles at a fraction of retail prices.

Category: Furniture Consignment Shop

connecticut Furniture Consignment store

Cachet Consignment

(203) 259-4407
1139 Post Road
Fairfield, Connecticut 06824
CACHET is an upscale home furnishings store trading in “furnishings from the finest homes”. Suiting the taste of the savvy homeowner, CACHET has antiques to retro, contemporary to French country... and only the good stuff from Grandma's attic.

Category: Furniture Consignment Shop

Lily Madison Consignment

(860) 563-3206
53 New Britain Avenue
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
Central Connecticut's Unique Boutique offering New and Recycled Fine Home Furnishing on Consignment.

Category: Furniture Consignment Shop

Paula's Unique Consignment

(860) 276-5556
780 South Main
Plantsville, Connecticut 06479
We specialize in vintage and antique furniture, home decor, house ware, jewelry and collectibles.

Category: Furniture Consignment Shop

Severed Ties Antiques and Quality Consignments

(203) 972-0788
111 Cherry Street
New Canaan, Connecticut 06840
Your Favorite Consignment Store in Southwest Connecticut.

Category: Furniture Consignment Shop

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Tips for Furniture Consignment Shopping

1. Carry a list of what you're looking for with ideal dimensions for each piece. Be sure to measure the clearance of doorways and stairs in your house. Keep a measuring tape with you.

2. If the consignment store does not offer delivery for large pieces, you will need to arrange your own shipping. Ask the store for recommendations. Most stores will allow you to keep your purchase at the store for up to a week until you can arrange delivery.

3. Inspect furniture carefully. Sit on chairs to test for comfort, loose joints or wobbly legs. Open doors and drawers to check for any sticking, broken parts or damaged or missing hardware.

4. Value design above finish or upholstery, which can be changed. How would a piece work if you shortened its legs or removed its drawers? If it's not an antique, imagine how paint or a slipcover can create a fresh personality.