Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Renaissance Room

The Renaissance Room is a purveyor of used furniture and home accessories. For example, if you have a sofa you wish to sell, they will pick it up, check it out, tell you what they think it will sell for at which point you can agree and leave it at the store. When it sells, the Renaissance Room takes a cut and you get the rest. If you disagree, you can take it back home.

14 comments:

Jack said...

I wondered where you got your furniture, Jacob!

Birdman said...

These stores are getting more and more popular each week.

brattcat said...

I love these stores!

Kate said...

Whew! For a minute there I thought that you lived in a very cluttered home.

There are some very nice pieces in there; good idea; it's sort of like consignment clothing stores.

Sharon said...

I love to browse in places like this. And, I see a blue chair I'd pick up if I were there.

cieldequimper said...

We call them dépôt-vente and I actually enjoy browsing them...

Cezar and Léia said...

Very interesting store, I would buy and also sell some furniture there! :)
Léia

Jim Klenke said...

sounds like a neat idea for a place.

uncertainhorizon said...

Lol, very interesting. It almost looks like you could decorate any room based on a decade. I want an 80's room!!!

Lois said...

Sound like a good deal for both buyer and seller!

EG Wow said...

Sounds like a good way to recycle furniture.

Amin said...

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youth_in_asia said...

I like the concept. I have a few old couches they can pick up. Will they come to Massachusetts?

Jarart said...

You can find some cool stuff in these places sometimes and I think I have some stuff to take in to sell too.
Thanks for the comments on my road trip series. The roadside pull out sign for the baby's birth was about 60 miles from Prescott and the nearest hospital. I agree with you, a bit scary.

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