Jul 172020


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If you have some furniture that you no longer need, you might want to sell or donate it to someone who can use it. There are many places in Singapore where you can do that, from online platforms to charity organizations. In this article, we will introduce you to six of the best places to sell or donate second-hand furniture in Singapore, and explain how they work, what they accept, and what benefits they offer.

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Hock Siong & Co. Pte Ltd

Hock Siong & Co. Pte Ltd is a second-hand furniture retailer in Singapore that originated from a karung guni (rag and bone) business in the 1970s. They buy items from hotels and residential households and resell them at reasonable prices. They also offer furniture recycling, up-cycling, disposal, valuation, and appraisal services.

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If you want to sell your pre-owned furniture to them, you can contact them at 6281 8338 or email them at sales@hocksiong.com.sg. They will arrange a viewing appointment with you to assess the condition and value of your furniture. If you agree on the price, they will arrange for the collection and payment of your furniture. You can also visit their store at 153 Kampong Ampat #01-03 Junjie Industrial Building, Singapore 368326² to see their products and services.



Sin Spring City Trading

Sin Spring City Trading is a leading wholesaler in the second-hand furniture market in Singapore. They buy and sell pre-owned furniture of various types, such as sofas, beds, tables, chairs, cabinets, and more. They also offer free delivery and installation services for their customers.

If you want to sell your pre-owned furniture to them, you can contact them by phone at 6265 4479 or visit their showroom at 245 Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim, Singapore 629144. You can also check out their Facebook page for more information and updates. They are open from Monday to Saturday, from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.



Cash Converters

Cash Converters is a company that buys and sells pre-owned items in Singapore and around the world. They have five stores in Singapore, located at Jurong East, Tampines, Chinatown, Ang Mo Kio and Toa Payoh. You can find their address, phone number and opening hours on their website.

If you want to sell your pre-owned furniture to Cash Converters, you can either visit their stores or use their online valuation service. To visit their stores, you need to bring your furniture along with your identification card and proof of address. Their staff will inspect your furniture and offer you a price based on its condition and market value. If you agree to the price, you will receive cash on the spot.

To use their online valuation service, you need to fill up a form on their website with details and photos of your furniture. They will reply to you within 24 hours with an estimated price range. If you are happy with the range, you can arrange for a free collection of your furniture from your home. They will pay you by bank transfer within three working days after they collect your furniture.




Carousell.sg is a popular online marketplace in Singapore where you can buy and sell goods, cars, services, property, and more. It is also the largest secondhand marketplace in Singapore, with thousands of users listing their items or offering their services every day.

To use Carousell.sg to sell your furniture, you need to create an account first. You can do so by visiting this link and signing up with your email, phone number, or Facebook account. Once you have an account, you can start listing your furniture.

After listing your furniture, you can wait for buyers to contact you via chat or offer. You can also share your listing on social media platforms to reach more potential buyers. Once you have agreed on a deal with a buyer, you can arrange for the delivery or meetup of your furniture. You can also rate and review each other after the transaction is completed.


The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is a Christian charity organisation that has been operating in Singapore since 1935. It provides various social services to the needy and vulnerable in the community, such as children and youth, elderly, migrant workers, ex-offenders, and low-income families. Some of the programmes that The Salvation Army runs include Gracehaven, a residential home for children and youth at risk; Peacehaven, a nursing home and day centre for the elderly; Carehaven, a shelter for abused foreign domestic workers; and Prison Support Services, a programme that helps ex-offenders reintegrate into society.

If you have pre-owned furniture that you wish to donate to The Salvation Army, you can arrange for a free collection service by contacting them via email or phone. You will need to provide a brief description of the items you wish to donate, photos of the items, your collection address and contact number. Alternatively, you can also drop off your furniture at any of their Family Thrift Stores located across the island. The proceeds from the sale of your furniture will go towards supporting their various social service programmes.



Junkie’s Corner

Junkie’s Corner is a store in Singapore that sells antiques, secondhand furniture and old stuff. It is located at 2 Turf Club Road and is open daily from 10am to 5pm. It was established in 2003 by collectors who have been gathering antique and vintage collectibles for over three decades. You can find a variety of items there, such as rosewood calligraphy tables, Chinese medicine chests, antique wardrobes, display cabinets and other vintage items like old telephone receivers and even limited edition beanie babies.

If you want to sell your pre-owned furniture to Junkie’s Corner, you can contact them by phone or email to arrange an appointment. Their contact details are available on their website. They will evaluate your furniture and offer you a fair price based on the quality and condition of the item. They are always looking for unique and interesting pieces to add to their collection, so if you have something that fits their style, you might be able to make a good deal with them.


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