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Palm Beach county’s most beloved pre-loved furniture store

Décor Once More is Palm Beach county’s largest buyer and seller of premium pre-loved estate furniture, décor & accessories. Whether you are redecorating your home or moving into a new one, you will find Palm Beach county’s largest and most diverse selection of like-new living room, bedroom, dining room and outdoor furniture at the best possible value. We believe in providing premium quality, gently used furniture at the best possible prices.
 
And we guarantee you’ll never enjoy a furniture shopping experience as much as a visit to the Décor Once More gallery. Our one-stop residential furniture retail outlet for home owners, decorators, designers & dealers is unlike any you’ve ever visited. We not only boast the largest and best selection of premium-quality inventory in north Palm Beach county, but enjoy such high volume & quick turnover that repeat visitors do not see the same store twice.

 

We offer a wide variety of popular furniture and accessories, and sell pieces manufactured by companies like:

AICO
A R T Furniture
ALF Italia
American Drew
American Leather
Aquarius
Aria Designs
Arteriors
Artistica
Aspen Home
Ausen
Aviva Stanoff
Baker
Bassett
Bernhardt
Bradington-Young
Braxton Culler
Brown Jordan

Broyhill
Canadel
Century
Christopher Guy
Council Craftsman
Currey & Co.
David Francis
Drexel Heritage
EJ Victor
Ekornes
Friedman Brothers
Futura Leather
Habersham
Hancock & Moore
Hekman
Henkel Harris
Henredon
Hickory-White

Hooker
Hunter Douglas
Huntington House
Huppe Canada
Il Loft
IMG Norway
John Richard
John Thomas
Kindel
La-Z-Boy
LaBarge
Lane Venture
Lazzaro
Lee Industries
Legacy Classic
Lexington
Magnussen Home
Maitland-Smith

Marge Carson
Miles Talbott
Natuzzi
Pulaski
Rachlin Classics
Ralph Lauren
Schnadig
Stanley
Sherrill
Sligh
Theodore Alexander
Thomas & Gray
Thomasville
Tommy Bahama
Universal
Vanguard
W. Schillig
Woodbridge

In addition we offer specialty items from designers such as Paul Evans, Hans Wegner, Karl Springer, Milo Baughman, Michael Taylor, Vladimir Kagan, Florence Knoll – as well as many other custom pieces.

 
With a selection that ranges from vintage to modern, it’s easy to find something to fit your style and budget.
 

About

Michael E Boyd, President & Co-Owner

With almost three decades of experience as a thriving & resourceful small business owner, Michael brings real-life, in-the-trenches estate-buying expertise to the all-star retail furnishings team at Décor Once More.

Also serving as the current President & Owner of Gold Exchange International, Inc. (GEI) and Sunrise Equipment Brokers (SEB), Michael has employed the services of a network of some 80 independent agents who buy estate jewelry & collectibles on behalf of the company. GEI opened a South Florida office in 2010. SEB was established in 1990 to buy and resell medical & restaurant equipment as well as home furnishings from auctions and estates.

 
 

 
 

Sherwood David Graham, Vice President & Co-Owner

Having begun his career in the retail furniture business, Sherwood has enjoyed a successful 25-year career as a senior-level executive, specializing in business & organizational development. Sherwood directs and oversees the day-to-day retail store operations of Décor Once More.

Mr. Graham is the former President of Family Private Care, one of the largest private duty home health companies in Southeast Florida, and for the past 6 years has served as President of SDG Associates, a small business management advisory firm.

 
 

WE SELL FURNITURE

Everyone buys furniture for their home. Budget-conscious buyers can purchase:

  1. Discount new furniture – which is imported from Asia and poorly constructed with cheap materials,
  2. Consigned & thrift furniture – primarily available in small retail outlets with a meager selection of mixed-quality merchandise, or
  3. Décor Once More – a large, diverse, high-quality selection of previously owned
  • High-end, high-character modern, vintage or designer & non-branded pieces
  • In pristine, stain & odor-free, like-new condition, and
  • At a great value – priced at 55-95% less than retail

As a result of the frequent acquisition of whole estates from exclusive addresses in Palm Beach county, Décor Once More has up to 5,000 select & unique items for sale. These are on display in a 15,000 ft2 showroom in the Fairfax Plaza in West Palm Beach.

Whether your home bar needs rattan & cane stools, a boudoir requires a French Provencal dresser, or your living room is incomplete without a natural cherry armoire & credenza, Decor Once More has everything a happy home desires – with new stock added almost every day.

Additionally, Décor Once More offers a well-curated collection of eye-catching florals & silks, and custom collectibles & artwork, all to help South Florida residents take the interior design of their dreams and turn it into a reality.

WE BUY FURNITURE

Are you moving? Facing foreclosure? Downsizing or cleaning house? Settling an estate? Or is a family member moving to Assisted Living?

Those wishing to liquidate an estate have these options:

Décor Once More

As a full-service used furnishings & décor dealer, Décor Once More offers the most economically beneficial way to clean out a room or section of a house – or even to liquidate an entire estate – quickly, simply, and with the least disruption. After reviewing the items you wish to sell, Décor Once More’s professional team of buyers offer a partnership with the following benefits:

  • Extend an offer to directly purchase all items that have resale value greater than Thrift Value
  • In as little as 24 hours after contact
  • With full payment on the same day the items are removed (not waiting weeks or months for consigned merchandise to sell)
  • Based on the special knowledge of professionals who understand the real market value of your furnishings.
 

 

Consignment

A second option is to consign your items to a Consignment store, which will sell your furniture in their retail space and charge you up to 50% commission (or more). As many items take a long time to sell (if they ever do), most consignment stores will want to assume ownership of your items at no charge unless you retrieve the items from their store at the end of the consignment period (typically ranging from 30 to 90 days).

Online Sale

Selling through portals like eBay is very time consuming, difficult and ineffective for large items that require packing & shipping. Selling through online garage sales like LetGo or OfferUp works better for small, household items being offered at garage sale prices. And selling through Craigslist only caters to local markets and, like online garage sales, sellers never know who will show up at their front door.

Auctions & Liquidators

A third option is to liquidate your estate through an auction house or estate liquidator, which charges up to 20% commission to both the seller and the buyers, takes several weeks to complete the sale, and which are largely unregulated.

Discard

You can simply throw your items away.

 

 

Donation

You can donate your items to friends or family members if you like. However, if you wish to claim a tax deduction for donating your furnishings to a charitable organization, the federal government has made it very difficult.

  1. To deduct items worth $250 to $5,000, the items must be “in good condition or better,” you must fill out Form 8283 (Noncash Charitable Contributions) and include it with your return, and you need a contemporaneous written acknowledgement from the charity (more detailed than a receipt) that meets IRS guidelines and which includes (a) a description (but not the value) of each item, (b) whether the charity provided you with any goods or services in exchange for the donation, and (c) a description and good-faith estimate of the value of any goods or services provided by the charity in exchange for your donation – all obtained on or before the date you file your Form 1040 for the year you made the donation. Otherwise, you lose your deduction.
  2. To deduct home furnishings worth over $5,000, you generally need what is listed above PLUS a written appraisal by a qualified appraiser. Specific appraisal requirements apply to certain types of donated property and to donations valued above certain amounts.
  3. In either case, you can only write off the “fair market value” of the furnishings, you have to reduce the fair market value by any amount that would constitute ordinary income if you had sold it instead of donating it, and your maximum deduction is capped at 50% of your adjusted gross income (and as little as 20% to certain groups or non-profits). Finally, if you are able to itemize and are in a 25% tax bracket, a $500 deduction only lowers your tax liability by $125.

Please note: Donation rules change regularly. Please consult with your accountant or www.irs.gov for the most up-to-date donation guidelines and information.

New Arrivals

Want to see the newest items in our store without having to leave your house? Check out our New Arrivals to see the latest premium pre-loved furnishings, art, accessories, lighting, rugs & trendy home décor to come through our doors.

Store Directions

Located in the Fairfax Center

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