Consider the Storehouse the next time you want to part with quality pieces, such as gently used living and bedroom suites, grand pianos, highboy dressers, antique sets, and more.
Our store is located next door to the famous Martinsville Speedway, in a high traffic area right on 220. We have a variety of shoppers who peruse the store everyday looking for what they don't know yet, they can't live without.
For consignment consideration, we accept fine furniture, antiques, exceptional decor pieces, and other quality oddities. You can also consign a car or boat (other terms apply, feel free to inquire).
We normally do not consider apparel or accessories for consignment. There are categories of items that we do not consign, but are always eligible to be donated to our store.
See this page for our list of donation guidelines.
Members of our team will work with you to determine a reasonable asking price.
Sales and promotions are at the discretion of the Storehouse in order to keep inventory fresh and moving.
All consignment items must be clean, in displayable condition and ready for resale.
Consigned items remain the property of the consignor. While all reasonable efforts will be made to keep consigned items clean and safe from damage, the Storehouse is not responsible for loss or damage to consigned articles from fire, water, theft, damages, or other casualty.
Your share of consigned items profits is 75% of the final selling price.
Checks are cut on the 15th of each month for the previous month's sales.
We are happy to recommend reasonably priced, local movers if you are unable to move large pieces yourself.
If you wish retrieve your unsold items, you may. Unless otherwise specified, items left in the store five days after the consignment period ends will become property of the Storehouse and be donated to the thrift store portion of our retail space.