Round The House Consignment Furniture

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4941 S Peoria Ave

Tulsa, OK

74105

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i have consigned at around the house for awhile only to find that they lost items when i would come to pick up with no recourse. and it seems as things dissapear and i would never know what happened to them. i purchased a clock for $125.00 that did not work ended up donating to goodwill. i find them unfriendly too. so just consider consigning else where and purchasing else where. i am.

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i have consigned at around the house for awhile only to find that they lost items when i would come to pick up with no recourse. and it seems as things dissapear and i would never know what happened to them. i purchased a clock for $125.00 that did not work ended up donating to goodwill. i find them unfriendly too. so just consider consigning else where and purchasing else where. i am.

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I have shopped at Round the House since they opened. I have only positive things to say about them. I have never witnessed staff being anything but professional, helpful and friendly. I have purchased beautiful pieces at very affordable prices. Otherwise, my home would not have the beautiful antique furnishings that I presently own. I have a passion for antiquing and must say that I have found some of my most unique finds ever at Round the House. Anytime I travel, I antique and yet Round the House has delivered better quality pieces at better prices than I have found in one place. You just can't please everyone!

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★★★★★

I have shopped at Round the House since they opened. I have only positive things to say about them. I have never witnessed staff being anything but professional, helpful and friendly. I have purchased beautiful pieces at very affordable prices. Otherwise, my home would not have the beautiful antique furnishings that I presently own. I have a passion for antiquing and must say that I have found some of my most unique finds ever at Round the House. Anytime I travel, I antique and yet Round the House has delivered better quality pieces at better prices than I have found in one place. You just can't please everyone!

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We had a similar bad experience with this business. We had furniture taken to one of their shops with an agreement of the least amount we would take for it and an agreement that they would phone us before selling it. We talked to them later and told them we would now pick up the piece (which was a very expensive item). We were then informed, without our permission, it had been moved to another location in Norman, OK. We were going to pick it up then. I should add that time was not of the essence as according to the owner it was fine where it was until we did so. The next thing we were told it had been sold and for a couple hundred dollars for a $2,700 piece of furniture with curved glass and shelves, etc. We have pictures of it that prove its real worth. Plus, no one ever notified us of its sale or ever tried to contact us with any payment even though they had all the information to do so. When we were outraged they replied they were not a storage house (when there were special circumstances and we were assured by the owner that storing it was not an issue at all), they moved it without our permission, and never once tried to pay us for this item until we demanded an answer. She also kept telling us that she knew we did NOT want to sell it and that it was the fault of the store in Norman, not her. She stated it was not her problem. She did not care. I would not recommend this business to anyone. Channel 2 was 100% correct. Dishonesty is their business!!! In Tulsa and Norman...beware!

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We had a similar bad experience with this business. We had furniture taken to one of their shops with an agreement of the least amount we would take for it and an agreement that they would phone us before selling it. We talked to them later and told them we would now pick up the piece (which was a very expensive item). We were then informed, without our permission, it had been moved to another location in Norman, OK. We were going to pick it up then. I should add that time was not of the essence as according to the owner it was fine where it was until we did so. The next thing we were told it had been sold and for a couple hundred dollars for a $2,700 piece of furniture with curved glass and shelves, etc. We have pictures of it that prove its real worth. Plus, no one ever notified us of its sale or ever tried to contact us with any payment even though they had all the information to do so. When we were outraged they replied they were not a storage house (when there were special circumstances and we were assured by the owner that storing it was not an issue at all), they moved it without our permission, and never once tried to pay us for this item until we demanded an answer. She also kept telling us that she knew we did NOT want to sell it and that it was the fault of the store in Norman, not her. She stated it was not her problem. She did not care. I would not recommend this business to anyone. Channel 2 was 100% correct. Dishonesty is their business!!! In Tulsa and Norman...beware!

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Buy there was just an ok experience. Selling your stuff there is a nightmare. You have to go in every month and ask if you have money or items to be picked up. I did that for 6 straight months, every month. Then they told me I hadn't asked correctly and they had either given my stuff away or sold it and I was too late to get my money. How can you be too late when you check every 30 days. They told me I must have asked wrong. I have dealt with about 4 other consignment stores and never had that problem....It should we be called we'll take your items and keep your money.

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Buy there was just an ok experience. Selling your stuff there is a nightmare. You have to go in every month and ask if you have money or items to be picked up. I did that for 6 straight months, every month. Then they told me I hadn't asked correctly and they had either given my stuff away or sold it and I was too late to get my money. How can you be too late when you check every 30 days. They told me I must have asked wrong. I have dealt with about 4 other consignment stores and never had that problem....It should we be called we'll take your items and keep your money.

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I have consigned with Round The House since I moved to Tulsa in 2007. They do an excellent job. Their contract is clear and straightforward and they have signs in their store to remind customers that they have the responsibility to check back to see if the items have sold. It is very clear that if you do not pick up your items in 90 days, they will be donated. I often pick up my items and I have found the staff very helpful to let me know what needs to be picked as well as helping me to find it in the store. On occasion I have forgotten to pick up something - my bad. It is not the store's responsibility to keep up with my stuff. These people are running a business not a babysitting agency. Some staff are more friendly than others, but they all do their job. Tana and Chad go out of their way to help their customers and I love doing business with them. I have recommended them to many others and bring my friends there because I feel Round the House is a great asset for our community.

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★★★★★

I have consigned with Round The House since I moved to Tulsa in 2007. They do an excellent job. Their contract is clear and straightforward and they have signs in their store to remind customers that they have the responsibility to check back to see if the items have sold. It is very clear that if you do not pick up your items in 90 days, they will be donated. I often pick up my items and I have found the staff very helpful to let me know what needs to be picked as well as helping me to find it in the store. On occasion I have forgotten to pick up something - my bad. It is not the store's responsibility to keep up with my stuff. These people are running a business not a babysitting agency. Some staff are more friendly than others, but they all do their job. Tana and Chad go out of their way to help their customers and I love doing business with them. I have recommended them to many others and bring my friends there because I feel Round the House is a great asset for our community.

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Round the House is a great place that serves a terrific, useful purpose(because everyone has waaayy too much stuff) and is run by wonderful people as far as I am concerned.I think that report was an unfair 'snapshot' that did not give a comprehensive view of their history of customer service.

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★★★★★

Round the House is a great place that serves a terrific, useful purpose(because everyone has waaayy too much stuff) and is run by wonderful people as far as I am concerned.I think that report was an unfair 'snapshot' that did not give a comprehensive view of their history of customer service.

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Please support the small business. We all know the media loves to blow things out of proportion. If we haven't shopped there, we should and make our own opinion about the sales staff. Please do not get offended when businesses shop auction,flea markets, garage sales or thrift stores for merchandise. This kind of shopping is actually harder work than if they got on their computer and ordered it. Remember they are just trying to make a living like we all are in todays economy.

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Please support the small business. We all know the media loves to blow things out of proportion. If we haven't shopped there, we should and make our own opinion about the sales staff. Please do not get offended when businesses shop auction,flea markets, garage sales or thrift stores for merchandise. This kind of shopping is actually harder work than if they got on their computer and ordered it. Remember they are just trying to make a living like we all are in todays economy.

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I just want to make a few comments. Not because I feel like I am defending myself- because I don't need to. But, because its evident that the reviewers don't have all of the facts.
About the Channel 2 report... They did not mention that our drivers drove out to Keystone Lake to pick up the furniture. So whatever amount they reported was inaccurate- there was a labor/gas charge that should have been deducted. They also didn't report that the consignor's husband DID in fact call to check on his furniture. He was told that a buffet had sold and he wanted to wait until the other items had sold before he picked up a check. At that point, they apparently forgot all about their items and did not remember for nearly a year.
Third, the furniture was not "ANTIQUE". It was older furniture probably from the 1940's- which does not make it an antique. I'm not sure if the consignor was mistaken or Channel 2 added "Antique" for dramatic effect- but it definetly would not be "Antiques Road Show" material.

Finally, about the Channel 2 report. I really struggled with my decision. But ultimately it came down to this...
I am only 1 person. I have over 4000 consignors. I cannot be personally responsible for every one of them. That is why I have to have a contract for them to sign. If I, being of sound mind, signed a contract, but then neglected to follow through, I would have no one but myself to blame. My staff and I are there every day to answer questions, look up accounts, check dates. All it takes is a phone call.

About seeing a 'Round the House truck at auction. I don't see the problem there. People sell their things at auction because they don't want them or they need the money. If we are low on furniture at one of the stores, we may go to the auction to buy a few things. Is that terrible that we are supporting the seller and the auctioneers? So what if we make a profit on it- I think that's called GOOD BUSINESS! It also helps the economy and it recycles good furniture. Maybe that reviewer was just disgruntled because they were outbid??!

Concerning our unfriendly staff. I really find that hard to believe. but I truly apologize if someone feels like they were slighted. I feel like we would all bend over backward to help our customers- more so that a lot of stores I shop in. But I can't deny that everyone has a bad day now and then. Again, I am very sorry and we will all work on our attitudes.

Well, these reviews were interesting to say the least. I would just like to say that I am very proud of the 8 years we have been in business. Some of my long time consignors have become very dear friends. I wish they all could. We are honest people trying to do honest business. Thanks

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★★★★★

I just want to make a few comments. Not because I feel like I am defending myself- because I don't need to. But, because its evident that the reviewers don't have all of the facts.
About the Channel 2 report... They did not mention that our drivers drove out to Keystone Lake to pick up the furniture. So whatever amount they reported was inaccurate- there was a labor/gas charge that should have been deducted. They also didn't report that the consignor's husband DID in fact call to check on his furniture. He was told that a buffet had sold and he wanted to wait until the other items had sold before he picked up a check. At that point, they apparently forgot all about their items and did not remember for nearly a year.
Third, the furniture was not "ANTIQUE". It was older furniture probably from the 1940's- which does not make it an antique. I'm not sure if the consignor was mistaken or Channel 2 added "Antique" for dramatic effect- but it definetly would not be "Antiques Road Show" material.

Finally, about the Channel 2 report. I really struggled with my decision. But ultimately it came down to this...
I am only 1 person. I have over 4000 consignors. I cannot be personally responsible for every one of them. That is why I have to have a contract for them to sign. If I, being of sound mind, signed a contract, but then neglected to follow through, I would have no one but myself to blame. My staff and I are there every day to answer questions, look up accounts, check dates. All it takes is a phone call.

About seeing a 'Round the House truck at auction. I don't see the problem there. People sell their things at auction because they don't want them or they need the money. If we are low on furniture at one of the stores, we may go to the auction to buy a few things. Is that terrible that we are supporting the seller and the auctioneers? So what if we make a profit on it- I think that's called GOOD BUSINESS! It also helps the economy and it recycles good furniture. Maybe that reviewer was just disgruntled because they were outbid??!

Concerning our unfriendly staff. I really find that hard to believe. but I truly apologize if someone feels like they were slighted. I feel like we would all bend over backward to help our customers- more so that a lot of stores I shop in. But I can't deny that everyone has a bad day now and then. Again, I am very sorry and we will all work on our attitudes.

Well, these reviews were interesting to say the least. I would just like to say that I am very proud of the 8 years we have been in business. Some of my long time consignors have become very dear friends. I wish they all could. We are honest people trying to do honest business. Thanks

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There is now a new location in Norman, Oklahoma in historical downtown on Main Street. It's owned by the same family! It's a smaller store but it has great personality and the prices are very reasonable. I have consigned mulitple times with this store and I have furnished several small rooms in my house and never once was I treated with disrespect. They have people READ and sign their contracts for a reason. The owners should not have to tolerate being taken advantage of. It is not their fault if you do not READ the contract. Plus they give you a copy upon request to take home, so you can have all of the information to refer back to if needed! The contract simply states that you are responsible for picking up your items after 90 days and you are responsible for calling to see if you have money in your accounts. If you have the time to let them sell your items then you should have the time to give them a call to see if they have sold. I believe that 120 days is a reasonable amount of time to pick up your check. If you forgot to pick up your check then that is negligence on your part. They are very nice people and they colaborate with their consignors when it comes to pricing your items. With the economy the way it is, consider that 'Round the House is doing all of us a favor. Go check them out! You'll never believe some of the things you can find!

Okay to some of the newer reviews: If you consign something, read the contract. Let me take a moment to explain what you are doing wrong. Consigning is trial and error. The store never knows what will sell. If you are going in every 30 days to see if you have sold your items and if you have money in your account, and they say no, that probably means you did not sell anything. HOWEVER, the contract clearly states that they will only keep your stuff for 90 days. So, if you're going in for "6 straight months" then probably for the first 90 days, nobody wanted to buy your stuff then instead of picking up your stuff like you should have it was donated which then means the next 90 days you were asking about money was just a waste of you time.

It does not make you a saint by driving into the store every 30 days to see if you have sold anything. If it's such a pain in your arse then pick up the phone and call. But it is not 'Round the House's fault if you do not follow the agreement.

Again, it is an extremely beautiful store and I feel we should all be grateful that we even have a consignment store that can display our things in a way that makes people want to take them home. Most stores like this throw everything on a shelf and they let it get dusty and it doesn't appeal to the eye.

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★★★★★

There is now a new location in Norman, Oklahoma in historical downtown on Main Street. It's owned by the same family! It's a smaller store but it has great personality and the prices are very reasonable. I have consigned mulitple times with this store and I have furnished several small rooms in my house and never once was I treated with disrespect. They have people READ and sign their contracts for a reason. The owners should not have to tolerate being taken advantage of. It is not their fault if you do not READ the contract. Plus they give you a copy upon request to take home, so you can have all of the information to refer back to if needed! The contract simply states that you are responsible for picking up your items after 90 days and you are responsible for calling to see if you have money in your accounts. If you have the time to let them sell your items then you should have the time to give them a call to see if they have sold. I believe that 120 days is a reasonable amount of time to pick up your check. If you forgot to pick up your check then that is negligence on your part. They are very nice people and they colaborate with their consignors when it comes to pricing your items. With the economy the way it is, consider that 'Round the House is doing all of us a favor. Go check them out! You'll never believe some of the things you can find!

Okay to some of the newer reviews: If you consign something, read the contract. Let me take a moment to explain what you are doing wrong. Consigning is trial and error. The store never knows what will sell. If you are going in every 30 days to see if you have sold your items and if you have money in your account, and they say no, that probably means you did not sell anything. HOWEVER, the contract clearly states that they will only keep your stuff for 90 days. So, if you're going in for "6 straight months" then probably for the first 90 days, nobody wanted to buy your stuff then instead of picking up your stuff like you should have it was donated which then means the next 90 days you were asking about money was just a waste of you time.

It does not make you a saint by driving into the store every 30 days to see if you have sold anything. If it's such a pain in your arse then pick up the phone and call. But it is not 'Round the House's fault if you do not follow the agreement.

Again, it is an extremely beautiful store and I feel we should all be grateful that we even have a consignment store that can display our things in a way that makes people want to take them home. Most stores like this throw everything on a shelf and they let it get dusty and it doesn't appeal to the eye.

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What does it matter if Round the House owners went to an auction? It is their business to have furniture in the store...if consignors aren't' bringing it in...they need to have quality furniture to sell...if you don't like the prices...you can always shop somewhere else. As for the lady that consigned her furniture and didn't get paid...all she had to do was adhere to the terms of contract...everyone is judging Round the House...they want them to adhere to the terms of contract...well...the consignor should too! Read the contract...it has the terms stated very palinly...don't sign a contract you haven't read and agree too. I have never had a sales person at Round the House be rude to me and I shop there a lot! I would suggest getting the persons name and talking to the owners about them if you think they aren't treating you with respect. If you haven't' been in Round the House I suggest you go check them out...they display items in a very unique and beautiful way.

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What does it matter if Round the House owners went to an auction? It is their business to have furniture in the store...if consignors aren't' bringing it in...they need to have quality furniture to sell...if you don't like the prices...you can always shop somewhere else. As for the lady that consigned her furniture and didn't get paid...all she had to do was adhere to the terms of contract...everyone is judging Round the House...they want them to adhere to the terms of contract...well...the consignor should too! Read the contract...it has the terms stated very palinly...don't sign a contract you haven't read and agree too. I have never had a sales person at Round the House be rude to me and I shop there a lot! I would suggest getting the persons name and talking to the owners about them if you think they aren't treating you with respect. If you haven't' been in Round the House I suggest you go check them out...they display items in a very unique and beautiful way.

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I was at the auction in Skiatook last night and when we went out to load our purchase there was a cargo truck with 'Round the house" on the side. So beware, they got some nice stuff for a great price but my guess is it will show up in their "consignment" store with some hefty price tags!

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I was at the auction in Skiatook last night and when we went out to load our purchase there was a cargo truck with 'Round the house" on the side. So beware, they got some nice stuff for a great price but my guess is it will show up in their "consignment" store with some hefty price tags!

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I worked at Round the House for about two years, granted this was several years ago, but I cannot imagine that it has changed that much. The owners are very nice people and very friendly to their clients and customers. I did not always agree with their policies, but I never saw them keep any money away from their clients. Also they would mail the checks to clients if they were not picked up in a timely manner.

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I worked at Round the House for about two years, granted this was several years ago, but I cannot imagine that it has changed that much. The owners are very nice people and very friendly to their clients and customers. I did not always agree with their policies, but I never saw them keep any money away from their clients. Also they would mail the checks to clients if they were not picked up in a timely manner.

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BEWARE. Round the House "loses" your items. They automatically forfeit your items to the store after a period of time. Store personnel are hateful and rude. In January, 2008, Channel 2 News reported on their dishonesty. Stay away. Go to an honest consignment store. Check around on their reputation.

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BEWARE. Round the House "loses" your items. They automatically forfeit your items to the store after a period of time. Store personnel are hateful and rude. In January, 2008, Channel 2 News reported on their dishonesty. Stay away. Go to an honest consignment store. Check around on their reputation.

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I read on www.kjrh.com that this lady took her antique furniture there. Round the House sold her furniture, but did not tell her because it is not their policy to call when they sell your stuff, she must not have been aware of this. After 120 days, she called and found out that it had been sold for a pretty hefty price but they wouldn't give her the money because it was after 120 days. pretty bad if you ask me, what would it take to call the customer and say "hey, we sold your stuff" or even a postcard. I am sure this was a real hardship for this lady to just "give" her furniture away to Round the House. I think it's pretty skanky myself, I know I will never shop there or take my stuff there since they are that rude.

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★★★★★

I read on www.kjrh.com that this lady took her antique furniture there. Round the House sold her furniture, but did not tell her because it is not their policy to call when they sell your stuff, she must not have been aware of this. After 120 days, she called and found out that it had been sold for a pretty hefty price but they wouldn't give her the money because it was after 120 days. pretty bad if you ask me, what would it take to call the customer and say "hey, we sold your stuff" or even a postcard. I am sure this was a real hardship for this lady to just "give" her furniture away to Round the House. I think it's pretty skanky myself, I know I will never shop there or take my stuff there since they are that rude.

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Good place to consign unwanted stuff around the house. Alot of junk and an occassional treasure if you hit it right. A little pricey so you should be able to make a buck or 2. Friendly comfortable atmosphere, not.

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Good place to consign unwanted stuff around the house. Alot of junk and an occassional treasure if you hit it right. A little pricey so you should be able to make a buck or 2. Friendly comfortable atmosphere, not.

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