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Rhode Island Furniture Consignment stores.

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The Flying Pig

(401) 667-7484
840 Ten Rod Road
North Kingstown, Rhode Island 02852
Voted Best of Rhode Island for Best New Consignment Store, we offer a variety of gently used home furnishings, vintage textiles, and quality antiques.

Category: Furniture Consignment Shop

rhode-island Furniture Consignment store

Second Helpings

(401) 396-9600
32 Gooding Avenue
Bristol, Rhode Island 02809
The store features fine furnishings, home goods, and kitchen equipment.

Category: Furniture Consignment Shop

The Hope Chest

(401) 949-2333
2953 Hartford Avenue
Johnston, Rhode Island 02919
We are the only consignment store in Rhode Island with two major locations to serve our customers. With a combined 14,000 square feet of floor space for your shopping pleasure, we offer the finest in both antique and contemporary home furnishings as well as other unique accessories.

Category: Furniture Consignment Shop

Treasure Brokers

(401) 921-1899
51 Colonial Avenue
Warwick, Rhode Island 02886
Treasure Brokers for: In-Style Gently Used Furniture, Antiques & Vintage Accent Pieces, Estate Fine Gold & Silver Jewelry, Designer Jewelry & Accessories, and more... Voted Best of Rhode Island Consignment Store 2011, 2012, 2013

Category: Furniture Consignment Shop


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.