Credit/ Exchange Policy

Thank you for your support!

Through your donations and exchanges, you help the local community acquire items at very affordable prices!
Persons who bring their items in to Little Home Boutique, in return for an exchange, can be issued a store credit. Store credit can be used accross the board!

Credit Rate - The basic rate is about 1/3 of what the item may sell for.

Cash Rate- If we are buying, the liquidated cash rate is about 1/4 of what the item may sell for.

Items we accept - Clothing, shoes, handbags, costume jewelry, glassware, cookbooks, educational books, vintage items, and more!

Costume jewelry is always wanted :)

Procedure: When items are brought to us you will have the option of either donating or exchanging for credit. 

Credit Exchange: We will tally up the items we are interested in and give you the number of your proposed credit amount. The rest of the items would be returned to you. You can also choose to leave your items at the store in order to be tallied. Your items will not be separated unless you agree to your credit amount. Please note that unwanted items must be picked up within two business days or we will assume it is a donation.

Donations: Donations are greatly appreciated. We also redonate any items that we cannot use at the store.

Current Wish List:
(For men, women & children)

Flannel Shirts
Party Dresses
Costume Jewelry
Educational Books
Small Appliances
Stainless Steel Silverware
Newborn Clothing
Home Decor
Craft Supplies
Sewing Material

Also any other in season items you may think of :)

You can always message us on Facebook to be certain.

Exchange Rules: Any items with damage cannot be accepted :(
We also reserve the right to refuse or accept items. 
Generally items exchanged for credit should be cleaned,
washed & folded and from a smoke free home.

                                                                      Damaged items include:
                                                                          1) Chips or cracks in glass or stone ware.
                                                                          2) Stains, holes, tears, visible lint or missing buttons in clothing.
                                                                          3) Extremely worn clothing.