Consignment Furniture in Portland, Oregon

Length of Consignment: 60 Days
Commission Rate: 40%

Items are reduced 10% after 30 days.
You receive 60% of selling price.

Furniture considered for our Showroom
must be of good quality and in very good
condition. Items must be cleaned prior to
bringing them in.

Items considered for our Salvage Garden
can be rustic, have chippy paint, primitive,
indoor/outdoor furniture, garden items,
iron, salvage fragments, etc.

All items must be
pre-approved and scheduled prior to
bringing them in. We do not accept dishes or smalls. You may bring in pictures
or e-mail them to:

When it comes to consignment furniture, Portland locals can come to Monticello Antique Marketplace for a stress-free way to sell items. Are you downsizing or changing your style? Give us a call and set up an appointment to bring your items to our consignment store. We will gladly help you price and sell your items!
Take advantage of the opportunity to sell antiques in our existing, well-established marketplace. You don’t have to advertise or worry about phone calls and people coming to your home. It’s so easy! We accept furnishings and larger home décor items of many styles in “ready-to-sell” condition. That means money in your pocket, even for salvage pieces, vintage items, and those that may be considered shabby chic.
Consignment is not only good for your wallet, but it is also good for your peace of mind and the environment. Don’t let your home become overrun with antique furniture that would be better suited elsewhere. Rather than discarding this furniture or finding a storage unit, you can find a customer eager to add it to their home.
If you’re not sure what it’s worth, we can assist you in pricing your items for consignment furniture. Portland residents can take advantage of furniture consignment at Monticello Antique Marketplace as a sustainable practice that helps others purchase the home furnishings they need at reasonable prices. Visit our expansive showroom to learn more about consigning. We are conveniently located in the picturesque Montavilla neighborhood of Southeast Portland, Oregon.