1220 Trancas St.  

Napa, CA 94558

(707) 226-6673

Our staff is always available to answer any questions you may have about consigning furniture, home decor, jewelry, purses, shoes, clothing and accessories at our shop.

Check our most Frequently Asked Questions or call us at (707) 226-6673 if you have specific questions or need information regarding your account, You can also send us an email by CLICKING HERE.

Do I need to have clothes dry-cleaned and pressed?

Prepare your clothes for consignment as if you were walking into a store and hanging them on the racks READY TO SELL.

Dry-cleaning is not required, but clothes must be freshly cleaned, pressed and on hangers to be accepted for consignment.

What are your consigning hours?

We accept items for consignment on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

We are Closed on Sunday and Monday. All Consignment Guidelines must be followed. (See the "How to Consign” page for more details!)

Where are you located?

You can find us at 1220 Trancas Street in Napa. Stop in for a visit on your weekly grocery run to Stop and Shop. Clothing changes with the seasons and we get new items three times a week.

What items are you taking today?

We accept seasonal clothing and accessories. Call if you have questions

What happens to items I consign after the expiration date entered on my inventory sheet?

Expired merchandise becomes the property of Consign & Design, and may be sold or donated.

If you wish to reclaim your unsold items, you may do so during the designated dates on your contract. A phone call, one day in advance, will give us time to prepare your items for pick up.

How do I receive the money I make from consignment?

Payouts are Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. You may stop in the store to pick up a check for the amount you have earned or you may use your money earned to make purchases.



We donate exclusively to a variety of Napa Valley charaties and other community organizations.


Consign and Shop Consignment with CONFIDENCE.

Consignment is growing and a great place to recycle and find and sell your gently used items. Unlike other  brick and mortar  retail stores, consignment is seeing tremendous growth last year and this year and will continue to outpace large retail stores.   In 2016, 35  million women shopped second hand. In 2017, 44 milion women shopped second hand stores.

You can read Forbes' glowing assessment of consignment at Secondhand Clothes Are A Threat And An Opportunity