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Trading Places is a consignment store featuring furniture and home decor in nearly new condition. In addition to consignment pieces, Boutique offers in trend jewelry, purses, scarves and unique gift items for every occassion.
Current inventory can be viewed on our website: www.TradingPlacesOH.com
To sell furniture and home decor on consignment, send photos to info@TradingPlaces.com . Trading Places has a 90 day consignment period and a 50/50 split based on the actual selling price.
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Factors that raised the rating for Trading Places include:
- Length of time business has been operating
- No complaints filed with BBB
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Type of Entity
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Business ManagementMs. Michelle Renda, President
Consignment Service Furniture - Retail Home Accessories Jewelers - Retail
Products & Services
Trading Places sells the following brand(s): Arhaus, Broyhill, Crate and Barrel, Drexel Heritage, Ethan Allen, Henredon, Hickory, Lane Furniture, Lexington, Maitland-Smith, Michael Amini, Pearson, Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, Sherrill, Theodore Alexander, Thomasville