Shopping & Style

Best Places For Stylish Used Furniture In Seattle

October 1, 2013 5:00 AM

View Comments
(photo credit: Thinkstock)

(photo credit: Thinkstock)

Finding the right furniture for your home, apartment or office can be a painstaking and sometimes expensive process, unless you know the best places to shop. Seattle has a number of furniture shops that consign and sell used furniture and home decor items that are not only priced affordably, but are also more like new than used. Check out these Seattle used furniture and consignment shops to find the best variety of trendy and stylish pieces to decorate your home.

Consign Design
1630 15th Ave. W.
Seattle, WA 98119
(206) 345-0009
www.consigndesign.us

Located near Queen Anne, Consign Design has been in business for over 10 years and offers a variety of “gently-used” furniture items at affordable prices. Stop in to Consign Design and scour its vast selection of unique furniture pieces and home decor products, available in various styles including modern contemporary, traditional and antique. All of Consign Design’s consigned furniture is previously used, but only quality, well-maintained pieces are selected for resale.

Cobblestone Used Furniture
8404 Greenwood Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 789-0853
www.cobblestonefurniture.com

Cobblestone Used Furniture in the Greenwood neighborhood sells some of Seattle’s most retro and antiquated furniture with styles ranging from the 1920s to 1950s. All used furniture resold by Cobblestone is first reconditioned, restored and refinished in a meticulous manner, so as to provide the very best used furniture pieces to its customers. Shop Cobblestone Used Furniture for bedroom furniture, vintage dressers and armoires, dining room sets, living room furniture pieces and a variety of home decor pieces that are oftentimes updated with new electrical wiring and switches.

Classic Consignment
5514 24th Ave. N.W.
Seattle, WA 98107
(206) 781-7061
www.classicconsignmentseattle.com

In business in Ballard for more than 18 years, Classic Consignment is a family-owned business, run by husband-and-wife team Frank and Ethel Dubbs, along with their two friendly dogs, Frisco and Belle. Come in and browse through Classic Consignment’s 6,000-plus square feet of space for its always changing, trendy mix of used home furniture and home decor items that include affordable antiques, leather sofas, modern furniture pieces from Ikea and kitchen items like formica tables and butcher-block table sets.

Related: Best Flea Markets In Seattle

Used Furniture
117 Summit Ave. E.
Seattle, WA 98102
(206) 261-7999

Owned by John Evans and simply called Used Furniture, this treasure trove of used home furniture and decor items can be found on Seattle’s Capitol Hill. Regardless if you are on a tight budget, or have thousands to spend, John and his store crew will give you great deals on every piece of used furniture they sell you. Plus they will deliver it to your home for a small ($10) delivery fee if you cannot haul it yourself. Used Furniture may sell “used furniture,” but it is definitely not junk and every item is more like new than used. If you like shopping for quality items at more than reasonable prices and would rather deal with friendly salespeople than pushy ones, Used Furniture is the perfect place to find your next piece of furniture or home decor treasure.

Armadillo Consignment
12421 Greenwood Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98177
(206) 363-6700
www.armadilloconsignment.com

Also in Seattle’s Greenwood neighborhood, Armadillo Consignment offers affordable used furniture and home accessories that are so well-maintained and preserved, items can be taken directly from the consignment shop and placed directly in your home for immediate use. Armadillo Consignment is the only store of its kind in the Seattle area that employs an automatic markdown system that continues to reduce the prices of furniture items that remain in the store the longest. This also allows the store to keep prices lower than average to move inventory and constantly keep new and intriguing pieces coming in. Find modern items like leather sofas and big-screen TVs, as well as mid-century furniture pieces with funky, retro flair.

Related: Best Places To Shop For Your Bathroom In Seattle

Sue Gabel has been writing entertainment and travel-related articles in the greater Puget Sound/Seattle area since 1999. She writes about music, the Seattle scene and more. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

View Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,652 other followers