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What are some second-hand furniture stores in New Jersey?

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Some second-hand furniture stores in New Jersey include Skillman Furniture, Consignment Furniture Gallery, Morris Habitat for Humanity ReStore, Home Again Design and Furnishing Solutions. Skillman Furniture, which is located in Princeton, New Jersey, sells new and used furniture for homes; it also caters to college students with furniture suitable for dormitories. The store provides free delivery to Princeton University's campus.

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Skillman Furniture's inventory changes often, but it usually has a selection of sofas, chairs, bookcases and bed frames that range from fair to like-new condition. The store also carries affordable bedding sets in twin, full and queen sizes. SkillmanFurniture.com provides sample photographs of the store's used furniture selection.

Consignment Furniture Gallery in Maple Shade, New Jersey sells new and used furniture in a variety of styles, colors and brands. The store's consignment offerings include bedroom furniture, dining sets, sofas, love seats and coffee tables. It also carries new items, including mattress sets, art and accessories. Shoppers can visit the store in person or browse and make purchases on WeWantYourFurniture.com.

Morris Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a second-hand furniture store located in Randolph. Purchases at this store support the local Habitat for Humanity charity. While most of its inventory consists of used furniture donations, the store also carries some new items and discounted building supplies. Its stock includes appliances, kitchen and office furniture, bedroom furniture, rugs and dining furniture.

Home Again Design, located in New Providence, sells consignment furniture, decor and jewelry. Its inventory includes benches, ottomans, credenzas, chairs and bedroom furniture. Furnishing Solutions, which is in Morris Plains, sells used furniture to support the charity Homeless Solutions, Inc. Its stock includes bedroom, living room, dining room and office furniture, as well as lighting and decor.

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