Quality Consigned Furniture and Home Decor
Sun 12pm-4pm **now Open Sundays
Welcome to The Recycled Room home interior consignments. We are open 7 days a week for our customers.
At The Recycled room we receive new inventory daily and it moves quickly as we are reasonably priced so it is like a new store every month!
We are a locally owned and operated Idaho Business! We are a fabulous consignment shop that features gently used furniture and home décor. Our customers boast that we have the "best selection in town" & "the most beautiful showroom because it is so clean and organized".
Re-think the way you Recycle, Restore and Refresh your home with furniture and home decor pieces from The Recycled Room. Inventory in our store changes daily, so visit often for best selection. Some brands we see are Henredon, Ethan Allen, Pottery Barn, Crate & Barrel, La-Z-Boy, Lane, Drexel Heritage, Thomasville and more . . .
As of July 2012 The Recycled Room changed ownership! Jill Monteith is a experienced small business owner who prides herself on excellent friendly customer service. Come by and say hi to her and her store mascot Charlie the dog.
We have moved from 12505 W Chinden on Sat Dec 8th 2012. Our new store location is 9115 W Chinden (corner of Maplegrove & Chinden next to the DMV) The New store is beautiful, bright and organized. We have over 6,000 sq ft of remodeled showroom space. We have 3 large rolling doors to back right up to so you can unload incoming consigned furniture & decor easily.
We also have a new Vendor Room.... Ooh LaLa has had retail stores on State st for the last 4 years and will now be located in our new store, we are so excited as they offer great original shabby-chic painted furniture and decor.
We will now offer custom painting on any of your purchased or pre-owned furniture, just ask for details.
We are always accepting furniture and home decor on consignment.
Shop and Buy Local! Did you know that 6 cents of every dollar spent in a big box store stays in the community, while 20 cents of each dollar spent in a chain store stays at home, BUT 60 cents of each consumer dollar spent in a local business remains circulating at home (statistics compiled by the Small Business Administration).