Atlanta furniture bought & sold

Other Related Categories in
Atlanta, Georgia

Find furniture bought & sold near
Atlanta, Georgia
 Avondale Estates
 Ball Ground
 Blue Ridge
 Bowdon Junction
 Cave Spring
 Cherry Log
 Chestnut Mountain
 Dewy Rose
 East Ellijay
 Esom Hill
 Flowery Branch
 Forest Park
 Franklin Springs
 Good Hope
 High Shoals
 Holly Springs
 Lithia Springs
 Locust Grove
 Marble Hill
 Mc Caysville
 Mineral Bluff
 Mount Airy
 Mount Berry
 Mount Zion
 Mountain City
 North Metro
 Orchard Hill
 Peachtree City
 Pine Lake
 Powder Springs
 Rabun Gap
 Red Oak
 Sautee Nacoochee
 Silver Creek
 Social Circle
 Stone Mountain
 Sunny Side
 Talking Rock
 Tallulah Falls
 The Rock
 Toccoa Falls
 Union City
 Union Point
 Villa Rica
 White Plains
 Young Harris

Questions to Ask For Buying & Selling Furniture

Selecting the right piece of furniture out of a mass warehouse of second-hand goods can be a hit or miss project. Yet, hunting through a flea market, a small antique shop, or even online can yield some of the most interested pieces. These locations often have a number of styles available for chairs, beds, couches, and dining tables, which can be bought and restored to their original beauty. Others in this industry choose to buy and restore furniture, and then turn around and sell it in their own shop. For individuals that are interested in buying and selling furniture, the following questions can help them negotiate the industry, and find the right pieces for their needs.

  • What styles of furniture do you have available?
    Depending on the type of store that you are visiting, the number of choices that you have available to you will greatly vary. Therefore, you should ask about the specific styles that you are interested in before you visit the store. More prominent antique shops may have a variety of styles, ranging from heavy Tudor desks, to more contemporary pieces.

  • Do you have any restoration experts that you work with?
    Because many of these couches, chairs and beds are second-hand, they need some care and work done to them. Many stores will work with a specific carpenter, whom they can recommend when they sell you the furniture. You may even be able to get a discount.

  • Do you offer any warranty on your furniture?
    If you are buying an expensive table, and the wood wears out or breaks, you will want that purchase to be covered under warranty. Keep in mind that many second-hand shops sell their more traditional structures as is, which does not include a warranty. This is important to ask up front.
  • Add Your furniture-bought-and-sold Business SIGNUP ONLINE
    Add your business to our data base and make it accessible to millions of potential customers who are searching for products and services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

    Consignment Furniture Depot Write review for this local business
    5461 Peachtree Rd Ste D, Atlanta, GA 30341
    (770) 452-1545  
    Underpriced Furniture Write review for this local business
    6694 Dawson Blvd., Norcross, GA 30093
    (404) 418-8544  
    Accentric Write review for this local business
    3719 Old Alabama Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30022
    (678) 867-0310  
    Classy Junque Write review for this local business
    9775 Medlock Bridge Rd Ste N, Duluth, GA 30097
    (678) 584-9141  
    Baby Junction Write review for this local business
    6060 Lake Acworth Dr NW Ste G, Acworth, GA 30101
    (770) 974-8895  
    Ashley's Consignment & Accessories Write review for this local business
    10 Arbacoochee Rd, Tallapoosa, GA 30176
    (770) 574-3711  
    Stansell Furniture of Lafayette Write review for this local business
    2559 N Highway 27, La Fayette, GA 30728
    (706) 638-5700  
    Home Decor Consignment Furniture Write review for this local business
    4039 Cloud Springs Rd, Ringgold, GA 30736
    (706) 866-2855  
    Buddy's Home Furnishing Write review for this local business
    2601 Battlefield Pkwy, Fort Oglethorpe, GA 30742
    (706) 861-1110  
    Slaten Discount Furniture Inc Write review for this local business
    2217 Battlefield Pkwy, Fort Oglethorpe, GA 30742
    (706) 858-4006  
    Walker's Oak & More Furniture Write review for this local business
    2707 Lafayette Rd, Fort Oglethorpe, GA 30742
    (706) 866-2491  
    H & H Furniture Write review for this local business
    2007 Mcfarland Ave, Rossville, GA 30741
    (706) 866-4330  

    For cheap deals and discounts, furniture bought and sold dealers can be a great resource for consumers. Working in this business requires good communication skills and an extensive knowledge of the furniture and consignment industry. Sales associates can guide consumers when they walk into the outlet or warehouse. They may take trades on gently used furniture of all designs and styles, buying and selling anything from traditional oak armoires to contemporary living room sets.

    Businesses operating in this industry can offer many services, such as consignment by appointment, antiques, and rentals. Many companies are online, offering additional value to customers by allowing them to view products virtually. Generally, within the warehouse or outlet, indoor and outdoor inventory changes on a daily basis, so deals there one day may not be there the next.

    These dealers typically offer discounts at percentages of up to 80 percent off original retail prices. Many dealers offer delivery and set-up of the purchased furniture, such as sectionals, for an extra fee. Some even offer repair, rentals, and corporate leases.

    Related sub categories include used furniture dealers, furniture repair and refinishing, consignment and resale shops, and office furniture equipment renting. Some companies may offer more obscure furniture, such as antiques. Others buy and sell more mainstream couches, chairs, tables, wooden book cases, and bedroom sets for the home.

    Warehouses often stock lots of furniture at once, so customers may have to pick through lots of inventory to find what they want. Smaller consignment shops, on the other hand, have a smaller space with less of a selection. Furniture bought and sold dealers should stand behind their products 100 percent, offering cheap deals on new and used items such as beds, couches, and dinette sets.