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Used Furniture
Finding good quality used furniture on the Web can be somewhat difficult and not always thrifty. Buying from individuals who may not know how to properly box and ship unusually shaped items, such as chairs and tables, can be a problem. Nicks and scratches can be hard to locate in photographs. Still, the rewards of finding that perfect singular piece half-way across the country can be huge.

Many of the best places to buy used furniture are probably close to where you live. The following sites are some of the best on the Web.

Ebay
The biggest (and best) used site is still eBay. They have a tremendous offering of constantly changing new and used items.

See some of eBay's Furniture Listings

Find used furniture at ebay




Office Furniture Warehouse of Pittsburgh
Supplier of new and used office furniture. They carry Steelcase, Herman Miller, and Haworth brands, along with workstations, used cubicles, chairs, desks, and conference tables.

Sell.com
An online marketplace similar to classifieds in that they create a meeting place to bring buyers and sellers together.

Used Products and Items
Directory of used and refurbished items online.


If you know of a used furniture site that you really like working with, please let us know. Thanks.

 


 



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