Furniture Décor & More enjoys working with people and companies that want to consign to sell their merchandise in our store. Below are some answers to frequently asked questions. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with questions.

How do you price my items?
Consignment is a partnership, and Furniture Decor & More strives to get you the highest possible price for your merchandise. However, it is in everyone’s best interest to price items at a fair market value.  The goal is to sell your merchandise within 30 days. When all is said and done, it is the market response to your items that truly sets the price.  If an item doesn’t sell within 30 days, it will be reduced by 15%. After 60 days, the item will be reduced by 30%.  After 90 days, the item will be reduced up to 50% of its lowest price.

How long is the consignment period?
The consignment period is 90 days.

When do I get paid and how much? 
You receive 50% of the agreed-upon selling price; Furniture Decor & More does all the work.  Checks are written on the 15th of each month and may be picked up or mailed.

Will you pick up my furniture?
Furniture Decor & More offers a pickup and delivery service.  Please contact the store during normal business hours for pricing.

May I bring my furniture to you?
Furniture Decor & More accepts items during normal business hours.  Please call the store in advance so that accommodations may be made for the items.

What type of furniture do you consign?
We take gently and slightly used pieces of furniture and accessories. But here is a list of what we do NOT want.

  • Upholstery that is ripped, dirty, scratched, and/or has any animal hairon it.  (If movers take an upholstered piece that needs cleaning and we agree to do so there will be a cleaning fee + a 25% surcharge.)
  • Furniture that has been broken and re-glued.
  • Particle board furniture that has started to come apart and/or chip.
  • Furniture with cooking, smoke or pet odors.
  • Furniture with water damage, loose veneer, deep scratches/ gouges, extensive scratches, discolorations, sun-fading, table leaves that aren’t the same color as the tabletop, etc.