Best Used Furniture in Washington D.C.- Where Should I Shop?

Top 5 Best Used Furniture Stores

Washington D.C. has plenty of history behind it, and it shows in the beautiful furniture being sold in vintage and antique shops. There is no shortage of hole-in-the-wall consignment stores that are holding your next favorite treasure. 

It was tough narrowing down our list to just five shops, but here are the stores that stood out with the best used furniture in Washington D.C.

Not sure exactly what you are looking for? We jotted down our best tips for buying used furniture. Once you’ve got those down, your ready to hit some stores!

1. Miss Pixie's

Miss Pixie’s Furnishings & Whatnots was established in 1997 and has been reselling incredible vintage furniture ever since. They are stocked with dining sets, bedroom furniture, bookshelves, garden furniture, original artwork, and more.

They have a new truckload of stuff that comes in every Wednesday, so plan your trip to Miss Pixie’s midweek and look through all the new arrivals before they are gone.

Check out their website for more info on their events, new items, and furniture pieces you can special order.

Best Used Furniture in Washington D.C.
Via Miss Pixie's

2. Goodwill of Greater washington

Goodwill has over 10 locations in the D.C. area and new arrivals are streaming in daily. That means finding a lightly used piece of furniture is always nearby.

Their stores have a wide selection of sofas, dressers, desks, and dining sets, along with plenty of home decor to complement larger furniture items.

When you shop at the Goodwills of Greater Washington, you aren’t only finding the best deals on used furniture, you are helping fund job training, employment opportunities, and education in your community. It’s an easy way to update your furniture collection and support your neighborhood all at once.

Via Goodwill

3. GoodWood

GoodWood is a staple of antique and vintage furniture in Washington D.C. Since 1994, GoodWood has been highlighting unique and sophisticated antique that’s impossible to pass up.

You can expect to find a constantly changing inventory of 19th century antiques, mid-century modern pieces, and more vintage stylings.

Stay up-to-date on what’s in the shop by joining their mailing list or by checking out their social media pages.

Antique and vintage furniture
Via GoodWood

4. Peg Leg Vintage Good

Peg Leg Vintage Goods sells everything for living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms and even lighting. They also specialize in buying and selling vintage industrial pieces including coffee tables, vintage luggage, and antique wall storage units.

New items arrive weekly and their items sell fast. Be sure to stop by the store or follow their Facebook page for weekly updates on new inventory.

Best Used Furniture in Washington D.C.
Via Peg Leg Vintage Goods

5. Attic DC

Can’t find time to make it to any of the stores listed above? Attic DC has you covered. Attic is an online marketplace for all things vintage and artisan.

 Many independent stores like Peg Leg Vintage list their items on Attic’s site as another avenue to get the word out on special in-store furniture.

You can use Attic to checkout the latest trends in used furniture along with setting a budget online and seeing what all the stores in the DMV area have to offer. Shopping on Attic is shopping local improved.

Via Attic D.C.

Bring It Home

You did your research, you shopped all the top stores, you didn’t compromise and found the perfect piece to buy.

 but now you have to get your new armoire home. Not gonna happen in your Camry. We’ve got the perfect solution: Use Bungii for all of your Washington D.C. deliveries. 

Bungii is an on-demand delivery app that will connect you with a local, certified driver with a pickup truck in your area. Bungii can help you get your new piece home faster and more convenient than other rental services. download the app and receive an estimate instantly. 

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Eric Bolduc

Eric is a Lead Content Strategist who's lived in 11 different cities, 6 states, and 2 countries in the last five years. He knows a thing or two about DIY, downsizing, and moving.