Déjà Vu Consignment, is an ever-changing home décor, and furniture consignment store filled with one-of-a-kind treasures. You’ll find new items every week. Always changing, we’ve created a unique shopping experience for shoppers seeking interesting gifts or practical items for their homes. Whether you’re looking for that perfect piece to compliment your existing décor or you just want something unique to add sparkle to your life.
Déjà Vu Consignment is owned and operated by Trisha Hardy, who has relocated back to her roots in Thunder Bay. She has a diploma in Interior Design and has spent more than 10 years in Toronto. Over the past number of years, she's worked for a leading office furniture provider, project managing for their top clients. Trisha decided to open up the store due to creative inspiration from consignment shops in Toronto and noticed the missing void in Thunder Bay, ON. Located in the heart of Thunder Bay, ON it's a convenient location for both buyers and sellers to stop by!
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DÉJÀ VU CONSIGNMENT IN THE WALLEYE - AUGUST 2016
Looking to get rid of some furniture? Need a cool new end table? Well, you may be in luck. A new consignment store has just opened in Thunder Bay that might be of help to you.
So how does it work? Basically, you bring a product in that you wish to sell and then you create a consignment agreement. If the product doesn't sell within 30 days it drops down in price, 60 days again it drops again, and at the 90 day mark, you can either donate or pick up the item.
"It can kind of be exciting for the people who are shopping because you can take the chance to wait and see if the product's price will go down or maybe it will sell," says Trish MacAlpine, owner of Déjà Vu Consignment.
MacAlpine says that she was inspired to open the store by visiting similar, small furniture consignment shops while living in Toronto and completing a diploma in interior design. She hopes that she can also intrigue local artists and furniture makers into using this avenue to sell their work.
"Our intent is to hopefully get local furniture makers and local artisans a spot to showcase their product. Their work would also be consignment, but for a very low percentage."