Whether decorating your home on a budget, looking for that unique item to “set” a room or deciding to “go green” by purchasing previously owned furniture, there are many options when looking for places that sell used furniture. For antique, custom and modern furniture, DFW has a plethora of shops to help decorate your home with style.

Consignment Heaven (Credit, Robin D Everson)

Consignment Heaven
2901 N. Henderson Ave.
Dallas, TX 75206
(214) 823-4100
www.consignmentheaven.comConsignment Heaven’s selections include exceptional dining suites, stylish and unique living room sets and bedroom furniture. You can even find items for your home bar. Traditional, French, Italian, English, 18th and 19th century styles, Georgian-style, mahogany writing desks, hand-knotted rugs from China and India, silver services, wall scones and chandeliers galore round out the tastefully opulent selection at Consignment Heaven. Come on Sunday or during the week, but avoid lunchtime when it might be a challenge to find a parking space.

City Square Thrift (Credit, Robin D Everson)

City Square Thrift
1213 N. Washington Ave.
Dallas, TX 75204
(214) 887-8800You can feel good about shopping at City Square Thrift. The store uses the money it receives from the sale of the donated items to benefit its programs to help the homeless and those less fortunate. It is truly a “Forrest Gump” store, where you never know what you’re going to find. Antique furniture, ’50s-style dining room sets, living room wingback chairs and lots of accessories take up the huge space of the store. Plus, City Square has discount days. Take 10 percent off all furniture on Monday, all house wares on Tuesday, all clothing on Wednesdays and on Thursdays, senior citizens over 60 years of age get 10 percent off everything in the store.

Forestwood Antique Mall (Credit, Robin D Everson)

Forestwood Antique Mall
5333 Forest Lane
Dallas, TX 75244
(972) 661-0001
www.forestwoodmall.comForestwood Antique Mall has been around for 20 years. The 40,000-square-foot space rents to 130 independent vendors/dealers that offer European, American and Asian antiques. Spode China, French armoires, vintage toys, artwork, clocks and dining room and living room furniture are available.  Since 40,000 square feet is a lot to go through, the Forestwood Garden Tea Room located in the back of the store serves lunch seven days a week.

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Montgomery Street Antique Mall (Credit, Robin D Everson)

Montgomery Street Antique Mall
2601 Montgomery St.
Ft. Worth, TX 76107
(817) 735-9685
www.montgomerystreetantiques.comIf you are looking for something unique, you might find it a Montgomery Street Antique Mall. The Ft. Worth store has several independent dealers and the selection is good. There are recycled and repurposed merchandise like steamer trunks and other items to help a budget-minded shopper achieve a hip urban style.

Lula B’s West (Credit, Robin D Everson)

Lula B’s West
1010 N. Riverfront Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75207
(214) 749-1929
www.lula-bs.comLula B’s West is a fun place to shop for mid-century modern furniture and accessories. The retro age comes alive at Lula B’s, whose dealers feature some of the most unique pieces of furniture and art you will find in the Metroplex. Looking for a sea foam green couch, orange kitchen nook chairs or red chair for your den? Want to complete a kitschy kitchen with classic cornflower blue Corning ware or a beehive cookie jar? You know you have struck gold if you find a lava lamp. You’re more likely to find it at Lula B’s West.

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Robin D. Everson is a native Chicagoan who resides in Dallas, Texas. Her appreciation for art, food, wine, people and places has helped her become a well-respected journalist. A life-long lover of education, Robin seeks to learn and enlighten others about culture. You can find her work at Examiner.com