Where to Buy Used Furniture
There is a reason why used furniture is growing in demand. These items are often cheaper than brand new, off-the-shelf ones. Sometimes you can find a rare model or make for a reasonable price. Furniture decor comes in and out of style quickly in modern big-box stores, but a used furniture store gives you a better chance to find something special to complement your home.
When you’re doing your research, make sure to not only include used furniture stores. These types of stores often use other names, including ‘liquidators’, ‘antiques’, ‘consigment’, and/or ‘thrift’. Expand your Google Maps search appropriately to get the best picture of the stores near you.
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Buying used furniture helps you:
– save money while helping a local store or resident out,
– get a better deal on medium to high-end quality furniture,
– find a model or make to complement your existing furniture,
– keep furniture out of landfills!
Used Furniture in Abbotsford
The Fraser Valley’s popular buy and sell online site is Used.ca. You can search by city, so type in Fraser Valley to get the most accurate listings. You can also sort by items you’re looking for including household furniture. Some listings we’ve found include cabinets, old dressers, shelves, armchairs, and dining tables. Some other listings include area rugs, coffee tables, and leather couches! Many of these would normally cost an arm and a leg. But you can get them at a reasonable price as gently-used items.
MCC Thrift Shop is a branch of the Mennonite Central Committee organization. The organization sells donated goods. Proceeds benefit their local humanitarian and community programs that help people struggling from poverty, conflict oppression, and distress from natural disasters. They carry used furniture, home decor, and kitchenware.
Their store is located: 33933 Gladys Ave, Abbotsford, BC V2S 2E8
L.I.F.E.’s Second Chance Store often have used appliances and furniture for sale. They’re often in good condition, donated to the store by people who want to support the organization. L.I.F.E. Recovery is a registered not-for-profit society that helps women overcome their substance addiction. While you’re at the Second Chance Store, you can also shop for clothing, shoes, and other miscellaneous items!
The store is located: 31550 S Fraser Way #7, Abbotsford, BC V2T 4C6
Used Furniture in Vancouver
Based in Vancouver, Anzico Hotel Furniture Liquidators sells quality used hotel furniture. From mattresses to furniture for your living room, office, or bedroom — they have it all! Best thing is: the items are available for purchase at a reduced price. They also offer delivery options. Their online website shows the products they have in stock.
Their address: 250 Terminal Ave, Vancouver, BC V6A 2L4
Another store, Consignment Canada is a mid to high-end furniture consignment store, carrying used but good condition items. While you’re there, you can also check out their artwork and jewellery sections. A quick search on their website leads to them carrying a teak table for $495, and a maple wood table for $895. The store is a bit farther to get too, located in North Vancouver, but if you’re looking for something extra special for your house to complement your existing decor, this might be the place to go!
Location: 171 Pemberton Ave, North Vancouver, BC V7P 2R4
Turnabout Home, located at 3109 Granville St, Vancouver, is another furniture store that supplies used goods. They are similar to Consignment Canada in price — their furniture is not always cheap, but for the condition and quality it’s an acceptable trade-off. You can find gorgeous breakfast tables for $119.99, baby-blue swivel tub chairs for $599.99, and more. You can buy items online from their from their e-commerce store, and then pickup at their location in Vancouver.
One of your first thoughts about buying used furniture may be to go to Facebook Marketplace, and scroll through all the listings.
But did you know there may be a used store near you that you can browse? Many of these stores carry gently used furniture at a better price. You can also shop for different types of furniture like ottomans and side tables, at the same time shopping for home decor or even clothes. There is a difference shopping at a thrift furniture shop and an antique shop or a liquidator, but we recommend you to check out all the ones near you.
Who knows, you may be able to find a great deal on a nice piece of furniture for your home!
The companies mentioned in this post are not sponsored by Canadian Mattress Recycling. We are a local Delta BC company that takes pride in supporting the community around us. Often, we like to share information to help our readers navigate furniture and mattress shopping and recycling.