For your holiday shopping convenience, Second Wind is now open on Sundays from 11am - 3pm through December 16th.
Monday, January 1, 2018
Second Wind Consignments will help you turn your gently used furniture, and household items into CASH!
Just drop your treasures off at the shop and we'll do the rest!
How to Consign
Consignments are accepted Tuesday through Friday during regular business hours. Appointments are required so please call ahead.
We will take up to 20 items per consignor per week. Items must be in clean "like-new" condition and wrapped in clean packing material (no newspaper, please).
If you have furniture or large items, please email us a photo with measurements so we may pre-approve them: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name and phone number in your email.
Generally, the following items ARE accepted:
Furniture in exceptionally good condition
Home Decorating Accessories and Candles (never lit)
Lamps, Lampshades and Throw Pillows
Artwork, Mirrors, and Silk Flowers
Kitchen items (dishes, utensils, cooking pans, etc.)
Everyday Dishes and Glassware (in sets, please)
Jewelry; Clocks and Watches (that are running)
Kitchen and Table Linens
Throw Rugs that are clean and show no wear
Books (sorry, no mass-market, pocket paperbacks)
Marine Hardware and Boating Accessories
Garden Decor and Equipment
Generally, the following items ARE NOT accepted:
Clothing or Shoes
Bed Linens including Afghans, Throws and Bedspreads
Personal Care Appliances
Toys, Crafts, Kits, Fabrics, Patterns and Macramé
Collectors' Plates, Figurines or Shot Glasses
Unframed Artwork or Posters
Large Area Rugs or Window Treatments
TV's, Stereos and Computer Hardware
Metal Office Furniture
Used VHS, DVD, or Cassettes
Stamps or Coins
Avon or Liquor Bottles
Sunday, February 23, 2014
When faced with unwanted furniture in your home in the past, have you always just gone the Craigslist or give-it-away route? This article from Apartment Therapy .com will explain why you might want to choose to consign your furniture instead, as well as suggestions on what information to gather before approaching a consignment shop.