We are looking for:
Contemporary high Quality items such as: Inform, Restoration Hardware, Roche Bobois, Italia, Living Space, Calligaris Teak, Rosewood, 50’s 60’s, Deco, Vintage, 30’s to 60’s, Herman Miller, Hans Wagner, Grete Jalk, Arne Jacobsen, Eames & other noted Designers.
What we are NOT looking for:
Every day household items, thrift, bric-a-brac, Ikea, Beds, damaged items,The Brick, Urban Barn, 80’s 90’s unless designer pieces, rugs, chip board, formica, melamine, plywood furniture.
How to contact us:
Before accepting any Furniture clients will need to send photos with a description and full disclosure of any issues. We are not an Appraisal Company and cannot give out written valuations. Please email us with photos at: [email protected]
Not sure if your item is right for us?
If you are not sure if your item is right for us – please view current items on our website. This will give you a general idea of calibre of items we are looking for.
Clients can bring in small items on Thursday of each week.
Pick ups can be arranged between consignor and WOW Interiors.
We offer a no charge pick up for small items within these areas only: Kitslano, Kerrisdale, Shaughnessy and Downtown.
Larger items requiring 2 our more people to move will be charged a fee. Out of area will pick ups can be arranged for a fee or the consignor can drop the item off at a pre-arranged time.
The fine print:
Insurance for any and all items will be the sole responsibility of the consigner. WOW Interiors does not insure consignment items of any kind.
Consignments’ value is based on an agreed price between client & Wow Interiors.
For items valued under $2500.00 the sale price will be divided with 50% going to the consignor and 50% going to Wow Interiors.
For items valued over $2500.00 the sale price will be divided with 60% going to the consignor and 40% going to Wow Interiors.
NOTE: All fabric’s & upholstery must be professionaly cleaned before we will consign the item. We will not accept any stained, worn, cracked or chipped items. It is the consignor’s responsibility to make sure items are in respectable, sellable condition.