Top 5 Best Used Furniture Stores
Baltimore has an incredible vintage and antique furniture industry. There is no shortage of shops and hole-in-the-wall consignment stores that are holding your next favorite treasure.
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!
It was tough narrowing down our list to just six shops, but here are the stores that stood out with the top used furniture stores in Baltimore.
1. Second Chance Furniture
Second Chance is a nonprofit organization that takes in donations and materials for resale. They are proud to provide jobs back to the community and organize a showroom full of unique furnishings, home decor, and other home improvement materials.
The store is open 7 days a week and the showroom inventory is constantly changing with new products arriving daily.
By shopping at Second chance, you are doing more than shopping for your next favorite item, you are also supporting jobs and education in your community. Stop in soon and find an item to give a second chance.
2. Antique Exchange Interiors
If you are in the market for antiques and high end vintage furnishings, Antique Exchange needs to be on your list. They have been in business for over 30 years and sells furniture, silver, carpet, and decorative arts.
They handpick their consignors and only sell the best vintage pieces in their store.
If you need a little extra help putting a room together, they also offer a full service interior design option. Their expertise can make it easy to complete your home’s look by selecting items and themes from store inventory.
3. The Turnover Shop
Established in 1943, The Turnover Shop is one of the oldest consignment stores in the area. They are a family owned business that specializes in antiques and household furnishing sales.
Their experience with unique, vintage items gives any shoppers the confidence they can walk away with a quality piece at a fair price.
Visit their store location to get your next dining room set, artwork, chandeliers and lamps, or the missing piece to your living room setup.
4. Habitat for humanity restore
Similar to Second Chance, shopping at Habitat for Humanity ReStore helps you find discount prices on used items and supports your community by providing jobs and job training.
You can find furniture, appliances, cabinets, housewares and more at any of the six area Restore locations (Columbia, Dundalk, Glen Burnie, Halethorpe, Sandtown, and Timonium).
New donations are constant at each ReStore which means finding a one-of-a-kind piece could happen at any time. Their stores see a lot of turnover and all prices are significantly less than buying new. Claim something special at any of their locations.
5. Cornerstone Antiques
Cornerstone Antiques, Consignments & New Home Furnishings has one of Baltimore’s largest selections of antiques and consignment furniture. Their 9,000 square feet showroom is filled with prepped and polished pieces ready for you to take it out the door.
Their three-tier pricing allows you to buy now, or wait for the markdown price to take effect on a later date. Conerstone’s friendly and experienced staff can field any questions you have and can help you track down the item on your wishlist.
If you end up being a regular at Cornerstone, you can sign up for their email club and stay up-to-date on the latest deals in store.
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