Thrift Shop

Vintage La Conner Thrift and Consignment Shop

Vintage La Conner Thrift and Consignment Shop

 

Vintage La Conner is one of Skagit Valley’s most visited consignment and thrift stores.
We are located on the corner of Morris and Third streets (301 East Morris) in La Conner.
To learn more about our unique and successful store, and to see what types of merchandise we accept for donation, visit the Vintage La Conner Thrift Shop page.
We also accept items for consignment. Do you have furniture or décor items you’d like to sell on consignment? Find out how and what you may consign by visiting our Consignment page and downloading our Consignment Form.

TESTIMONIALS AND COMMENTS:
“Terrific displays and clean”
“This is the nicest thrift shop we have ever visited.”
“Love to shop here”
“Always find little gems for my art projects”
“My favorite sweater (I keep getting compliments, too!) came from Vintage LC”

Consignment

What May Be Consigned Vintage La Conner accepts high quality consignments based on available room in our shop. We accept furniture and finer decorative items. How to Consign                (Consignment form) Items considered for consignment must be reviewed ahead of time by our consignment staff, either by a visit …

Consignment Form

Consignment Request Form  (click to download a PDF version of the form below.)  Soroptimist International of La Conner (SILC): Vintage La Conner REQUEST TO CONSIGN                  Date: _____________________ Vintage La Conner welcomes your consignment item(s), as long as each meets the established criteria.* In an effort to accommodate as many items as possible in our limited space, …

Visit Us!

For updates, visit our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/VintageLaConner/ At Vintage La Conner, our all-volunteer, Soroptimist-member staff work very hard to offer a wide variety of high-quality and competitively priced used merchandise in a fun and well-displayed atmosphere.  Our inventory is always changing, which is part of the fun of shopping in our store… you never know what …