Located in Longmont, CO., Simply Home is a new kind of marketplace for pre-owned highend home furnishings, decor, womens clothing, small amounts of mens apparel, shoes, handbags, and jewelry. We provide a unique opportunity for shoppers to gain access to exclusive brands, to-the-trade only pieces, fine furniture, with some unique vintage and antique finds in the mix. All conveniently available in our physical location or our online presence. Our inventory changes daily, so shopping with us is always a unique experience, with unexpected discoveries. We also offer a wide selection of new custom design pieces, local artisian work and unbelieveable gifts.
We have an ever-revolving inventory of fun and functional furniture and accessories in a relaxed and easy to shop atmosphere. We are a spectrum of design styles from modern with vintage, eclectic with traditional, funky with formal and everything in between. You'll never know what you'll find behind our doors!
Our philosophy is to provide creative local consumers with unique, well-made, long-lasting and reasonably priced pieces of furniture so they can design their own spaces in a meaningful way. We would love to be your creative resource and have a passion for listening and understanding your needs.
We are NOT your ordinary resale shop! Our 5,400 square foot showroom in Longmont, CO. is open to the public 6-days a week. We specialize in selling pre-owned furniture, decor, art, clothing, accessories, and jewelry.
SO, STOP - SHOP - SAVE!! We have a great variety and selection of clean pre-owned and NEW items. SEEING IS BELIEVING! Our huge inventory changes daily. So, whether it's a Family Room, Kitchen, Bedroom or Patio, our courteous staff is ready to assist your personal needs!
PRACTICAL & DEPENDABLE! We are a NEW alternative to shopping PRE-OWNED and a SMART alternative when shopping NEW.
1225 Ken Pratt Blvd., Suite 124
Longmont, CO. 80501
Located next to LePeep at Sherman Village
Many people hear the word "consignment shop" and think "thrift store" with used clothes, old antiques and forgotten collectibles. Although there are many places that resemble this kind of shopping experience, many consignment shops can be very upscale environments that shoppers can visit to purchase high-end, brand name, current and desirable items at incredible discounts! Most upscale consignment shops only accept "like new" merchandise that is in excellent condition. Consignment shoppers can often find great value in unique furnishings, expensive lighting, lavish area rugs, beautiful home decor, clothing, accessories and even jewelry.
Consignment or the process of consigning means that someone who owns these these items, known as the "consignor", wants to sell their valuables and seeks a venue where they can be displayed properly and be accessible to thousands of shoppers which gives them a greater chance to make the sale quickly with very little effort. That venue is a consignment shop. The owner of the consignment shop is known as the "consignee". The ownership of everything for sale or "consigned" remains that of the seller or "consignor" until those pieces are sold by the consignee at their consignment shop or the agreement expires.
The consignment shop who contracts with the consignee takes a commission, fee or percentage of the sale price for representing the consignor and allowing them to use their showroom, sales people, and overhead for the process of moving their inventory. Good consignment shops have a loyal following and high turnover because they are well known and carry quality unique merchandise so the consignor is well represented and their consigned items move quickly. Another reason is that pricing is reasonable, providing great value for the shopper and a quick sell for the shop and seller. But, in the case where a consigned item does not sell quickly, most shops have automatic price reductions in place in their contract where, after pre-established periods of time, the price is reduced until the item sells or reaches the end of it's contract period.
Consignment offers all these advantages to sellers and in addition the shop can arrange different items from various consignors and display them in a way that they appeal more to shoppers than they would if they just sat there by themselves. It also creates an atmosphere where more items will be sold because they all go together well and, as a whole when combined, look as if an interior decorator created an entire room. That is the sign of a good consignment shop… how talented they are at interior decorating, understanding their merchandise and marketing their client's items to the shopper.