Question: Where do I buy discontinued furniture?
Answer: Let me say at the very outset that you could have a challenging time finding discontinued furniture. It can be a daunting task, since it requires you to look about and study, and possibly do some legwork too. Be warned it may take a good deal of determination and some fortune.
So unless replacing or finding some special pieces is really important to you, try to find something else that goes with the appearance, but is not exactly the same.
That said, it is not completely impossible to do so. If you are looking for specific lines or particular pieces of discontinued furniture to complete a set, the first place to start looking is the production company’s website. Find some hyperlinks to your regional dealers from the company’s website. There’s a chance they might have pieces from a discontinued line of furniture, particularly if it wasn’t put out of commission too long ago. Call or visit your local dealer(s) to see if they might have the furniture you’re looking for.
Even if they do not have the pieces you’re searching for, ask if it is possible for the dealer to get in contact with the manufacturer regarding the furniture you’re seeking. That might work, and again, you might have better chance if the line was a popular one, and wasn’t stopped too long past.
Now, if you have not had any success with your regional furniture retailers, then you might also want to try getting in contact with the manufacturer yourself. With some luck, you could be able to speak to somebody who might be able to point you in the ideal direction.
However, despite taking all these steps, it’s not necessarily possible to get these pieces, especially if it’s been some time since that specific line was discontinued.
Manufacturers frequently sell those bits to closeout stores once they decide to stop a line, which brings us into a different avenue that you might want to explore.
Möbel kaufen outlets and clearance facilities are worth researching when you’re looking to find pieces from a stop line of furniture. However, that’s not a sure shot either, and for this reason may be very time consuming since you look around online, in addition to locally. The outcome could continue to be uncertain since these shops still might not have the pieces you’re seeking.
If you have exhausted all these options with no success, consider estimating local garage sales and estate sales if you are eager to buy utilized furniture. If the furniture you are searching for has been part of a popular line, you may have any luck. Try posting online on Craigslist.org or e-Bay. When doing you might want to specify which area you reside in unless you’re ready to pay substantial shipping fees to bring the furniture from someplace else.
Out of all of these choices, your best option is to get in contact with a local trader who carries the brand you are looking for. Try out a few stores to locate someone who is helpful and will work with you in finding your preferred piece.