9115 Chinden Blvd Boise
We are open 7 days a week!
Monday through Saturday 10-6
At The Recycled Room, we receive new products daily and it moves quickly!
Prices are reasonable, so its like a new store every week!
We are locally owned and operated!
Made in Idaho items
Items made in lands afar
Inventory in our store changes daily, so visit often for the best selection!
Some brands we see are Henredon, Ethan Allen, Pottery Barn, Crate & Barrel, La-Z-Boy, Lane, Drexel Heritage, Thomasville and A TON more:)
Our store location is 9115 W Chinden (corner of Maple Grove & Chinden next to the DMV) The store is elegant, bright and organized. We have over 6,000 square feet of remodeled showroom space as well as 3 large rolling doors so you can load or unload furniture & décor easily.
The Recycled Room hosts items on consignment for up to 90 days. The consignment split is 50% of the final sale price. We prepare consignment checks on the 10th of each month for the previous month’s sales. If your items do not sell within 90 days, you are welcome to pick them up, or donate them to a local charity of your choice:) Whatever works best for you.
We are currently accepting furniture and home décor on consignment. All items must be clean and in displayable condition, free of damage, smoke, pet hair, and with all parts in working order. Décor items can be dropped off any time during regular business hours, no appointment needed.
For larger furniture pieces, email a good quality photo to us. This will ensure we have room for, and will accept your larger items. When emailing photos, please try to include as much information as possible, such as age, brand name, condition, measurements, total view & close up shots, etc.
Send an email to email@example.com.
Attach your name, Phone number, a description, age and brand of the items
Please use Dropbox if possible when sending numerous pictures.
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).