Brand New Upscale Furniture and Clothing Consignment Store Now Open in Mississauga
Are you in the market for a piece of furniture or item of clothing that's a little more on the vintage side (and quite upscale, to boot)?
If you are—or if you're looking to send a quality piece of clothing, furniture or decor that you no longer want or need to a loving home—you might be happy to hear that a brand new consignment shop recently opened its doors in Port Credit in Mississauga.
Revive Upscale Consignment, which recently opened on Lakeshore Road, is a consignment store that consigns and sells high-quality used furniture, clothing, accessories, home decor, select antiques and more.
Run by a mother of four who has been repurposing and refinishing furniture for 28 years, the store invites people to drop off approved goods (consignment shops are not donation centres and items cannot simply be dropped off unannounced), as well as purchase goods that have been used by other people.
So, how does it work?
Anyone who wants to part ways with a high-quality outfit, piece of furniture, accessory or home decor item can submit their item to be sold at Revive. Anyone with goods to sell can visit the store in person or send in pictures of the items online.
If an item is approved, it will be sold at the store. The seller will receive 45 per cent of the item's sale price should it be purchased. If an item doesn't sell, Revive will donate the item to a charity of the consignor’s choice.
Once you hand over your good or goods, the store will handle the marketing, pricing and selling (so no, you will not be able to price the item yourself).
When your item sells, you can swing by the store to pick up your earnings.
According to Revive's website, the store pays its consignors on the 15th of every month.
If you're only interested in shopping, the store keeps photos of its stock on its website. Typically, products for sale include decor, handbags, side tables, coffee tables, chairs, jewellery, case goods, clothes, shoes and more.
Will you be purchasing some high-end second-hand goods in Mississauga soon?
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