HOW CONSIGNMENT WORKS
WHAT DOES BLUE BIRD ACCEPT ON CONSIGNMENT?
We take in furniture and decor items that are in excellent condition and are in no need of repairs or refinishing. We're not as concerned with style, as much as condition. Anything that gets consigned, needs to be in salable condition and able to go from our store to someone else's home.
ITEMS WE DO NOT TAKE
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR ITEMS
Furniture, Art, Rugs, & Chandeliers: Before bringing items to the store, please send photos for approval via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include helpful details such as manufacturer, age, original purchase price, and dimensions. Once we've approved your item(s), we'll set an appointment to schedule your drop off. Please do not bring furniture pieces in without prior approval and an appointment. If you do, there's a chance we will not be able to accept some or all of your items and you will have to take them back.
Home Decor & Accessories: Small decor items and accessories can be brought in during regular store hours. Please do not bring in more than 20 items per visit. Please make sure your items are carefully packaged in a disposable box or bag. Your items will be tagged and inventoried and we will notify you if there are items that need to be returned.
Jewelry & Designer Purses: Stop by during regular store hours (Tuesday - Saturday) to drop off your designer bags or gold and silver jewelry. Purse brands accepted include designer lines such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, Tory Burch, MCM, Brahmin, Coach and more. No appointment necessary for these items!
NEED HELP WITH DELIVERY?
We work with local reliable and reasonably priced 3rd party delivery services and are happy to help arrange quick and safe delivery for you.
OUR CONSIGNMENT TERMS
Blue Bird Consignment partners with our consignors on a 50/50 split. We have a generous 90 day term. We also offer a 60/40 split to all active and retired military veterans. Please provide your DD214 or military ID. Others that qualify for our 60/40 split are active first responders and school teachers.