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OC’s Best Spots For Stylish Used Furniture

October 8, 2013 6:00 AM

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(credit: Consignment Attic)

(credit: Consignment Attic)

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(credit: Affaire de Coeur)

You may not think to look to thrift shops for the best and latest in furniture stylings, but sometimes the best things are found in places where you least expect them. For stylish and used furniture that accentuate your home décor and add a little jolt to your living space, look to these places for the best in stylish and used furniture in the OC.

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(credit: Out Of Vogue)


Out Of Vogue
109 E. Commonwealth Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92832
(714) 879-6647
www.outofvogue.com

With a layout of colorful, functional and highly appealing used furniture, Out of Vogue is Orange County’s destination for the ultimate in stylish and used furniture. Located in Fullerton, Out of Vogue sells an eclectic array of items including vintage furniture, housewares, collectibles, original pop art and more. The store operates on a mid-century semblance with a modern design twist. Shoppers also can’t get enough of the hospitable service on top of the stellar prices.

Woody’s Antique
173 N. Glassell St.
Orange, CA 92866
(714) 744-8199
www.woodysantiques.com

Woody’s Antique is not just a shop riddled with pre-owned antiquated furnishings, the store also supplies customers with custom-made furniture, vintage treasures and unique limited selections you can’t find anywhere else. Customers who routinely shop at Woody’s are satisfied with the premium selection of mid-century, Heywood Wakefield and art deco furnishings sold with friendly service and expert advice courtesy of the shop’s owner Woody.

(credit: Consignment Attic)

(credit: Consignment Attic)


Consignment Attic
19060 Brookhurst St.
Huntington Beach, CA 92646
(657) 204-9277
www.consignmentattic.com

For used and stylish furniture that offers the utmost variation in selection, design and quality, Consignment Attic is the first-rate choice of its kind. At Consignment Attic, you can find hundreds of used furniture items in good condition including sofas, chairs and seating, dining room sets and bedroom sets, tables and shelf units and other fine antiques. In addition to consignment furniture, Consignment Attic also has an impressive collection of consignment clothing and accessories you can peruse while browsing for furniture.

Related: Best Furniture Stores In Orange County

(credit: Affaire de Coeur)

(credit: Affaire de Coeur)


Affaire de Coeur
132 S. Glassell St.
Orange, CA 92866
(714) 516-9779
www.affaire-de-coeur.com

Upon first glance, Affaire de Coeur alludes to the ambiance of an upscale restaurant, but once inside, one observes the ample amount of used and stylish furniture that adorn the halls. Affaire de Coeur, a mainstay in used and stylish furniture in Orange County, features a unique combination of beautiful English, French and American antique furniture in addition to novelty gifts and home décor. Affaire de Coeur also offers furniture restoration for your damaged pieces, and expert consignment services and event planning for all occasions.

Mrs. B’s Consignments, Etc.
115 W. Main St.
Tustin, CA 92780
(714) 573-3803
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Located in Tustin, Mrs. B Consignments, Etc. is a sizable used furniture stop for anyone looking to add unique pieces to their home. Mrs. B’s Consignment. Etc. provides used antique furniture and decor from the 19th century all the way up to modern pieces. It also offers fine china, silverware, vintage home decor and artwork. Customers can have items shipped to their home upon purchase, and a USPS Contract Station is located within the store.

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Barbara Akowuah is a freelance journalist based in Southern California. As a fashion examiner who is privy to style, Barbara loves to write about fashion and how it relates to the Los Angeles scene. Barbara loves to dish out the latest trends, style tips, and inside scoop. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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