Consigning Excess Inventory Leading up to Earth Day 2014

Divine Consign reports the emergence of a new and desirable segment of its ever-changing industry in anticipation of Earth Day.

Designers, design showrooms, as well as property developers and managers have been flocking to Divine Consign as an eco-conscious way to reduce their excess furniture inventory.

“It not only makes eco-sense, it’s just good business,” states Kellie Scott, Owner of Divine Consign. “Companies are realizing that storing excess inventory is expensive - especially when that excess inventory is not likely to be used again.”

In the past few years, the consignment industry has flourished as businesses and consumers strive to adopt more environmentally-friendly alternatives. As a staple in its suburban community of Oak Park, Illinois, Divine Consign is urging shoppers to consider resale and consignment options – especially in celebration of Earth Day.

“Customers are gobbling up this new inventory like crazy. And they should. Most of the inventory from these businesses is not only designer, but also has barely, if ever, been used,” states Scott. “We are very proud to be able to offer our customers stylish eco-friendly and cost-saving alternatives to buying new furniture.”

Opened by Scott during the last recession, Divine Consign has managed to thrive in a down economy by matching a smart business model with a fresh, frequently updated selection of trendy furniture and home décor. The storefront also boasts an in-house design center, offering interior design, custom upholstery, customer drapery, furniture staging, and custom rug ordering services. With professional interior designers on staff, Divine Consign serves as an all-encompassing resource for home decorating needs.

Consignment has proven to be a perfect solution for both consignors and consumers looking to save money; consignors are able to sell off their inventory rather than paying for storage, and consumers are granted access to high quality pieces at discounted prices. For Earth Day 2014, Divine Consign encourages more people to explore the many options for “going green” with their buying decisions.

The company has also just unveiled a new logo in the spirit of earth friendliness, which is now viewable on its website and social media pages. Additional information can be found at

About Divine Consign

Founded in 2009, Divine Consign has become a go-to home furnishings resource in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park. With a mantra of “Unlimited Style for the Limited Budget,” the store maintains a full inventory of top-quality furniture and décor for customers of all tastes and budgets. Items are viewable at both its Oak Park Avenue storefront location and online store. For more information please visit or contact Kellie Scott directly at Kellie(at)DivineConsign(dot)com.

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