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Furniture Thrift Stores Near Me

Gently used furniture items are donated to the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio to help families in need with furniture and other essential household items. Items that are too large, of exceptional quality or otherwise unusable for families living in less than 1,000 sq feet are transferred to our Furniture With a Heart thrift store operation.For every $360 in merchandise sold at the thrift store, a low-income family can receive a house full of furniture at the Furniture Bank.All proceeds from the Furniture with a Heart thrift store are invested into the mission of the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio in order to serve:
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Furniture Thrift Stores Near Me

Furniture thrift stores aren’t all the same, and Value Village works hard to stand out from the rest. Our furniture thrift stores are always clean and well organized, so you’ll feel comfortable throughout your shopping experience, rather than overwhelmed or cramped. Plus, each of our second hand furniture stores carries a wide variety of new and used furnishings at budget-friendly prices, so we’re a one-stop shop for all your furniture needs.
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Furniture Thrift Stores Near Me

Liberty Thrift & Home Furnishings is a non-profit thrift store that supports Liberty Ministries located in Schwenksville, PA. There are currently five thrift stores; two located in Collegeville, one in Pottstown, one in Quakertown, and one in Sanatoga. Our Sanatoga, Collegeville, Quakertown and Pottstown locations have a variety of items ranging from furniture, kitchenware, home decor, appliances, electronics, books, clothing, shoes, linen, antiques, and something for the entire family. Our other store in Collegeville, Little Liberty, is for Children and Maternity which includes clothing, toys, games, shoes, linen, furniture, baby equipment, cribs, mattresses, and so much more.
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Furniture Thrift Stores Near Me

Something For The Entire Family Liberty Thrift & Home Furnishings is a non-profit thrift store that supports Liberty Ministries located in Schwenksville, PA. There are currently five thrift stores; two located in Collegeville, one in Pottstown, one in Quakertown, and one in Sanatoga. Our Sanatoga, Collegeville, Quakertown and Pottstown locations have a variety of items ranging from furniture, kitchenware, home decor, appliances, electronics, books, clothing, shoes, linen, antiques, and something for the entire family. Our other store in Collegeville, Little Liberty, is for Children and Maternity which includes clothing, toys, games, shoes, linen, furniture, baby equipment, cribs, mattresses, and so much more.
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Furniture Thrift Stores Near Me

The D.C. area lacks a warehouse of decades-old duds at decades-old prices, the best traditional thrift stores really require a drive, and most of our vintage stores are a very far cry from a bargain (though these are our favorites). But that doesn’t mean that a thrift enthusiast is totally out of luck. After many years of investigation, here’s where we go deal hunting—with an emphasis on deal. Tell us about any secret spots we might have missed in the comments.
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Furniture Thrift Stores Near Me

Top Drawer Thrift Store This vintage and thrift shop is a favorite of longtime Austinites and newcomers alike, no doubt for the artfully arranged variety loaded into the modest space. There’s furniture, clothing, books, kitchenware, knickknacks, and perhaps the best of all, a huge $1 T-shirt bin. There’s also a sizable section of the store dedicated to vintage electronics and parts. Thrifting here supports a good cause; all proceeds benefit Project Transitions, a nonprofit organization that provides supportive living, housing, and hospice care to people living with HIV and AIDS.
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Furniture Thrift Stores Near Me

Find a Location We have 18 stores across Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee – and thousands of donation locations for your convenience. Find a Location Why Shop Here Shopping at America's Thrift Stores means you'll find big names, low prices and hidden treasures. Read More Request a Pickup We accept a wide variety of donations. When you donate with us, you are helping to support local, national and international charities and family-oriented ministries. Request a Pickup
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Furniture Thrift Stores Near Me

All of our used furniture for sale and other merchandise are priced based on quality, so you can be sure you’re getting the best deal. And since we offer more than just quality furniture at our thrift stores, including a wide assortment of new and used clothing, jewelry, housewares, collectibles and more, we can save you money on nearly anything you may need or want. Plus, any items we come upon that don’t meet our standards for customer satisfaction are recycled. So while we help save our customers money with quality merchandise at low prices, we’re also promoting environmentally friendly living.
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Gently used furniture items are donated to the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio to help families in need with furniture and other essential household items. Items that are too large, of exceptional quality or otherwise unusable for families living in less than 1,000 sq feet are transferred to our Furniture With a Heart thrift store operation.
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Treasure City All told, Treasure City is the thriftiest of all the thrift stores in Austin, but that’s only a small part of why this place is so amazing. The store is a collectively organized nonprofit that gives back to more than 20 local and grassroots groups, challenging the traditional charitable donation store model with a “solidarity not charity” approach. Watch Facebook for monthly 25-cent sales and dollar days. Treasure City also hosts the Really Really Free Market on the last Sunday of each month at Chestnut Community Park, where (you guessed it) everything is really (really) free.
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St. Vincent de Paul This true thrift shop is a welcome reprieve from the pricey strip of boutiques along South Congress Avenue. It’s fairly large, with clothing, shoes, and accessories on the first floor, and home goods, books, and furniture upstairs. Although part of the fun of thrifting is sifting through the racks hoping to find something amazing, if you’re short on time and just want to get to the good stuff, check out the separate sections for vintage and boutique items.
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Monkies Vintage and Thrift Student style and Austin funkiness perfectly collide in this West Campus shop offering used and vintage clothing. Here you’ll find cowboy boots, vintage dresses with loud prints, denim cutoffs, soft worn-in T-shirts, pearl snap shirts, and more — all at prices that even broke college students can afford. If you’re in need of a warm winter coat, there’s an expansive selection of suede and leather men’s and women’s coats in good vintage condition.
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CURRENT BOUTIQUE: While Current also offers some new items, I head to the back of the store for the pre-worn digs. Since it’s a higher-end consignment shop, it’s the type of place to visit when you can spend a little more cash than your typical thrift store. Over the past year or so, I’ve stocked my closet with quite a few items from the 14th Street location (they also have shops in Alexandria, Arlington, and Bethesda) —a wool winter coat, two leather bomber jackets, some leather ankle boots, denim pants, and a black lace dress, to name a few. I’ve found that I’m most successful in my search for threads when I leave my options open—so instead of going to find something for say, a specific event, I’ll get must-haves for the season. —Christina Sturdivant
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Habitat for Humanity ReStore ​If you’re building or remodeling a home on a budget, this is the place to check out before visiting any big-box home improvement stores. The ReStore sells new and used flooring, cabinetry, light fixtures, sinks, toilets, paint, doors, windows, appliances, and furniture at deeply discounted prices.
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Goodwill Blue Hanger Outlet If you delight in digging, this is the place to do your thrifting. The Blue Hanger Goodwill outlet is the last stop for Goodwill items that haven’t been sold in stores or at auction, which is terrifying to some, yet exciting for others. You might dig for hours and not find anything worthwhile. You might get lucky and take home some treasures for the low, low price of $1.39 per pound. One thing is for certain: You will need gloves.
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The Logan Circle location is on the smaller side, but it is well stocked (Courtesy of Buffalo Exchange) BUFFALO EXCHANGE: I have some friends who say they never have any luck at this resale chain, but my experience has always been the opposite at both the Logan Circle and Georgetown locations. The buyers have a good eye for what will sell (though that often results in grumpy buyers who are bummed they didn’t take their items) and the turnaround is really quick. Though the focus is on on-trend shoes and clothes, I am most consistently delighted with the handful of vintage finds they have at any given time. They are significantly less expensive than at dedicated vintage stores, to the point that I’ve bought multiple things that didn’t quite fit, had them altered, and still considered it a deal. —Rachel Sadon
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REDDZ TRADING: And your third chain reseller option is this cherry red shop in Georgetown; they also have a less loud location in Bethesda. It will definitely be cheaper than shopping at most other stores in those neighborhoods, though perhaps not as much as you’d wish. Several people have reported less than pleasant consigning experiences, though. —Rachel Sadon

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