In this article we are presenting the best stores that you can buy used furniture at reduced prices, so read it till the end and we are sure you will find a great furniture shop for your house needs.
When the Internet was born in 1983, this network of networks was designed to give the public a way to communicate without picking up a phone or writing a letter.
It’s no secret that the ability to connect in cyberspace has far out-performed what computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee had in mind when he conceived the World Wide Web in 1990.
We’re pretty sure techies never imagined a day when people could use connectivity to buy and sell used goods, but that’s exactly what has happened.
The growth of online second-hand and discount furniture businesses is, in many ways, a misnomer. You’re as likely to find used sporting goods, fashions and collectibles, so don’t be surprised if, while browsing chairs, you spot a toolbox you can’t live without.
Find the resource that sounds like your best bet from the 13 businesses selling second-hand furniture as listed below.
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The idea of “Chairish” came from the brains of movers and shakers who found themselves in this dilemma: They were moving and needed to ditch stylish, nearly-new furnishings.
They moved. And in the process, came up with the idea that has intrigued 20,000 website visitors eager to buy or sell quality stuff without a hassle.
Owners say that the secret to their success is summed up in three words: curation, service and trust. “IKEA futons need not apply,” they say.
Buying and selling processes are stress free: Visitors go to the buyer’s or seller’s portal, browse, follow prompts, accept shipping terms and that’s all it takes to get items for a fraction of their original prices.
The brains behind Everything but the House are another couple who cut their business teeth staging estate sales a decade ago and realized that distance needn’t limit the ability of shoppers to find used goods.
Having built a solid reputation for service, innovation and the ability to spot unique items shoppers don’t find every day, they have refined the art of online marketing to serve 6 major U.S. cities.
Find treasures that cost only $1 or browse and bid on high-ticket items with the potential to serve as a room’s dramatic focal point. The EBTH website even offers you words of comfort: “Downsizing is stressful. We make it simple and profitable.” Is that music to your ears?
If you’ve seen the funny TV commercials for Letgo.com, you know that the people behind this business have found ways to lighten the process.
Letgo is like a Pandora’s box of choices: From sports gear to Depression glass, electronics, furnishings and even lingerie, you head for the site, click on your state link and achieve a sense of liberation with each item you “let go” or acquire.
Collectibles? Yes, please. If it’s possible to elevate the art of letting go to a fun activity, these folks have done it. Around 100 million people have downloaded the app to jump in on the game, thus this could be the resource you have waited for to simplify your life, too.
Don’t fret about the name of this business if live in a single-family house (or a mansion for that matter). These folks do more than fill apartments with clever pieces.
Advertised as a homegrown company with roots in the Big Apple since 2013, AptDeco founders started this enterprise “out of desperation” after suffering through myriad bad experiences related to buying and selling furnishings that included “scams, hassles and creepy people.”
The owners claim that they know the secret to bringing joy back to the process of buying and selling and boast a verified roster of buyers and sellers.
They handle everything from pick-up to delivery and payment options are a breeze. Use the AptDeco listings to buy a bargain or kiss something you don’t use goodbye.
In a fast-growing field of online second-hand furniture businesses, Kaiyo has sought to separate itself from the crowd by noting that they only deal in pre-owned furnishings that are made to last.
Their mission? “A better world, in and out.” Kaiyo’s operation is simple: You browse the website’s inventory after receiving assurances that each item has been cleaned and inspected.
Choose the piece(s) that appeal to you, set a delivery date and use the site’s secure checkout process. Kaiyo contacts you two days before a “white glove” team arrives to set up your purchase.
If reducing waste and keeping perfectly good furnishings out of landfills appeals to you, Kaiyo may be just what the furniture doctor ordered.
Do you crave treasures that are unique, quirky and traffic stoppin? 1stDibs has you covered. Owner Michael Bruno calls his site “the world’s leading online marketplace for the most beautiful things on earth.”
The 1stdibs.com community is made up of art dealers, gallery owners and boutique buyers as well as curious shoppers.
Bruno’s goal is to create an online version of Marché Aux Puces, the Paris antiques market that lures people from around the world.
Whether you seek a Victorian settee, wish to bid on a $6,750 Edward Zelinsky original or snag a designer frock, you’ll have fun browsing, but be forewarned: you could spend more time than you wish checking out the inventory!
Because it’s been around for so many years, Craigslist has at times been the object of late night comedy, a marketplace that promotes sex, a great apartment and job conduit and a favorite of clever scam artists.
Launched in San Francisco by Craig Newmark and Jim Buckmeister to “provide users with a helpful, noncommercial way to connect with other community members,” classifieds now cover 450 cities worldwide, and you can expect to discover plenty of second-hand furniture on your local site.
A monthly newsletter keeps visitors up to date on inventory additions like couches, dressers and dining room sets. First time sellers find it easy to post sell ads and upload images. Buyers and sellers negotiate prices and delivery terms, thus the process is a breeze.
At APT2B, Alex Back and Mat Herman run a furniture website committed to giving patrons more style for less money and offer to help visitors outfit their homes using a process as easy as ordering pizza.
This Los Angeles-based firm is West Coast eclectic, so if you identify your aesthetic as sophisticated, this is your site.
Filled with trendy items, you probably won’t find stuff that belongs in your mom’s living room. At the heart of the site is “The Outlet.” Folks living on shoestrings scroll through mark downs and clearance items, all “high-quality pieces available at a fraction of their original cost.”
Featured on HGTV, “Forbes,” “Huffington Post” and “USA Today,” you can even finance your purchase with APT2B, get free delivery and they’ll take your purchase back within 100 days if it doesn’t work for you.
Here’s news you’ll applaud if Etsy is your go-to resource for unusual goods: They’ve got a used furniture division specializing in imaginative things like reclaimed Kentucky bourbon whiskey barrels, a bench fashioned of repurposed skateboard decks and Chippendale, too.
This used furniture market is as eclectic and quirky as it gets. Does that mean you can’t find a a baby’s potty training set? You can, because this site is part practical, part free spirited and all mesmerizing.
Look here first for your vintage, entertainment, fine art, collectibles and jewelry searches. Etsy calls this stuff used furniture. We call it a treasure trove.
A division of Amazon devoted to used stuff? You’ll find it familiar. The pages on which items appear look just like every other Amazon search you’ve conducted, down to the ratings you may count on to help you make buying decisions.
Segregated by department (home office, dining rooms, bedrooms) you can find offbeat items like tools for sale. As an Amazon Prime member, get all benefits, including free shipping for items above certain dollar amounts. Furnishings go fast and you won’t find big quantities, so if you see it and want it, grab it.
Looking to furnish with style in Canada? Add Kijiji to your bookmark list, click on your province, find a nearby city and categories will reveal themselves that include cars, trucks, outdoor equipment, boats, furnishings and tools.
Need a place to put those items? Peruse the site’s real estate listings that include apartments, condos and houses for rent and sale. If you love one stop shopping, you’ll understand why Kijiji has been called Canada’s #1 classifieds site, so download the app and shop on the fly.
Launched in 2005 to provide Canadians in 100 communities with access to quality used items, you can read the feedback from some of 16 million+ fans of the second-hand economy this business promotes. Like what you see? Join the party.
“Apartment Therapy Bazaar” pages are filled with recycle items for sale that run the gamut from distressed wood to iconic chrome dining sets from the 1950s.
Visit the website and figure out which of the 11 categories best describes your aesthetic. If your home has a Scandinavian vibe, click on the icon and see what’s available. Ditto rustic, industrial, French Country and more.
Shop by category if you’ve no clue what to call your personal style. Browse this page to understand how the site works and download the app so you’re ready to place an order once you find what you’re looking for.
Bob’s startup came about when he grew weary of sales gimmicks and scams while buying furnishings and decided he could do a better job of it.
To navigate Bob’s, select by product category and once you’ve spotted something perfect, make some magic. Take a photo of your digs, upload it using Bob’s app and “place” the item into the room.
Prefer shopping in person? Find a Bob’s retail store that’s nearby or order online and your purchase(s) will direct ship. Oh, and if you think the discounts aren’t sufficient on this site, find Bob’s “outlet” on the website menu for even deeper discounts!
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