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Consignment /Resale Shop Decor

Ideas for chic on the cheap... furnish your consignment, resale or thrift shop with more style than $. From web host Kate Holmes of the Family of Sites for the Professional Resaler

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Consignment /Resale Shop Decor

Consignment /Resale Shop Decor

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This consignment shop is OOB now, but never mind. I wanted to show you how MUCH more interesting a wall of handbags AND shoes looks. Why separate, says, when they look so much more enticing together? (Also note the pair with the shoe box...)

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  • Connie Keen
    Connie Keen

    Ooooohhhhhh but the dusting!

  • Kate Holmes
    Kate Holmes

    No, no, Connie... this is for a consignment or resale shop... things sell so fast, you only have to dust when you replace the sold $85 shoes with a new incoming pair for $129! LOL

There's nothing so chaotic as a consignment or resale shop in full flower, so presents: Organizational tips to save time and sanity

Consignment Mini-Tips

SO much nicer than those horrid plastic signs many consignment shopkeepers buy at Costco or wherever, says Kate Holmes of

Think this was a recycled art contest! winner.... could also in spire a consignment or resale shop window, wall, even a unique paint job on the building, says Too Good to be Threw

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Tuck this onto your consignment -shop-sign - inspiration board, suggests Next time you need a pilon or message board sayin, Remember: It Doesn't Have to be New to be AWESOME!

  • Kate Holman
    Kate Holman

    Have printed this out for my idea books. Thanks

  • Cindy Somerville
    Cindy Somerville

    Love it!

Got a pole to disguise in your kidswear resale or consignment shop? found this! The right shades of yellow-pencil and pink-eraser, plus a bit of air duct tubing = super fun giant pencils.

Art Projects for Kids: Hallway Pencil Poles

At some point, this shop will probably replace those table displays with fixtures that can hold more merchandise. But notice how wisely they chose the tables: modular, so they can be used for window displays!

Empty Store? Pish-posh. No such thing!

Bracelet Display Stands: says just cut circles out of poster board. Click for more details!

2 Good Claymates: Easy to Make Bracelet Display Stands

Wouldn't this be a fun sales counter, cash wrap for a consignment or resale shop... especially if the shop was named Top Drawer or Dresser or the Closet, asks The drawers don't even need to be functional from the customer side....

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Empty store for the moment? Angle a large table in the center of your consignment or resale shop to use as a focal display area, suggests Kate Holmes of Too Good to be Threw

Empty Store? Pish-posh. No such thing!

Cafe lights strung back-and-forth, them merchandised with earrings on cards, fills a spare wall area with delight in your consignment shop!

Empty Store? Pish-posh. No such thing!
  • Elizabeth Fowler
    Elizabeth Fowler

    string lights - add clothes pins with earring cards - behind table

TGtbT. has often wondered if a 2nd consignment shop location could be JUST these little things! Enjoy Little Things Shoes Handbags Jewelry

Vinyl Wall Lettering Quotes Enjoy Little Things Shoes Handbags Jewelry

This little corner gazebo, thinks, would make a terrific "Grandma's Corner" for special items in a childrenswear consignment shop, or (with some bright paint and tassels) a Boho Gypsy or funky vintage corner in a womenswear resale shop...

Manage Your Markdowns!
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    Rose Tove


Too Good to be Threw thinks this would be a perfect decor decal for a dressing room in your consignment shop... and it's only $17

Do More Of What Makes You Happy Quote

Your consignment or resale shop decor doesn't need to be expensive to look good! Stenciling pegboard makes it look custom. also ADORES "polka dotting" pegboard with several dark shades of paint and a (hold on to your hat) pencil eraser as the "stamp"! Disguises the regularity of the holes and makes it look aMAZING! says "I thought these were no longer available for consignment shops... delighted to find them at Mannequin Madness, one of my favorite resale suppliers!"

I am lucky to know, thru my site, SO many resale, thrift, and consignment shopkeepers who are goddesses... and this is how definitely how they roll!

13 pointers to take a flat lay photo of your merchandise...or even your lunch! Consignment & resale shopkeepers... this is SUCH an easy way to look professional, says

How to take a flat lay photo

Inspiration for the entry wall of a chidrenswear consignment or resale shop, thinks painted wall mural using acrylic craft paints:)

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How to mix prints. Great info sheet for the staff who do your consignment, resale or thrift displays, says, to encourage them to BE BOLDER! Blah displays never get shoppers excited....

How to mix prints Via

What’s wrong with this picture? Click to see what Auntie Kate has to say.

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If your consignment shop has "bare" ends to rod runs, consider this: decorative brackets (which don't actually support anything) to make your shop look finished. These are metal, thinks, but even the "Victorian" wooden brackets from a big-box home-improvement store could work...

Some resale, thrift and consignment shopkeepers so loved the attention-getting ideas from an earlier post about getting shoppers into your back room, that they wanted ideas on actually how to make back rooms out of.... click to read Auntie Kate's ideas

DIY: Make a "back room" for your resale shoppers

Iron fabric to your walls for a quick, removable decor. In your consignment shop windows, your resale foyer, your thrift shop vignette: Too Good to be Threw loves quick, easy, cheap ways to make your shop stand out from the crowd!

Fabric Wall Art…..create your own!

You want to get your displayed items as close to eye level as possible. Stuff that you put on the bottom shelves typically does not sell very well. (so be sure to ROTATE it to higher shelves!)

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