Create a modern look in your home with new furniture. Give your living room a fresh update with sofas, accent chairs and coffee tables. Improve the bedroom with a new headboard, nightstands and dressers. We also carry new office furniture which includes desks and cabinets.
Consignments (Currently we are not accepting consignments.)
We all have decorating ideas periodically and this involves clearing out the old, and making room for the new! At ‘Back in Business’, we would like to help you by selling your unwanted pieces, and also by offering you some items that you might want to use in their place! We have antiques, new, and used furniture, and house wares such as lights, lamps, pictures, and rugs. We constantly get calls from people wanting to sell or consign their furniture, so the store has different stock each week. If you need pickup or delivery assistance, we offer that as well. We hope to keep the site updated weekly with photos of featured items.
We are proud of our low prices, and apparently our customers have noticed! We are not in this business to maintain a collection of pieces. We keep the prices low, and keep the stock rotating! Sometimes we have some room to negotiate a little on items. However, most pieces were not marked up much and cannot be reduced any further. Shopping for new furniture can be expensive, so we love that we can offer gently used, and occasionally new items, at a fraction of the new retail cost. Feel free to shop around, but be careful – many people have returned to get something only to find it had sold while they were making up their minds!
History of the Building
‘Back in Business’ occupies the building in which G&M Clothing successfully operated for almost 30 years! Built in 1966, Glenwood and Mabel Nicholson started initially by selling used clothing. They were ahead of their time! After a little while, they switched to new clothing, shoes, bedding, and later added a huge selection of wallpaper, camouflage hunting gear, carpeting, and house wares. And as they say, the rest is history! The low prices kept customers coming back for years!
G&M Clothing closed in the late 1990’s, and their daughter, Julie, and her friend Pam Clark had the idea of opening the store back up again! They decided that Winchester could use a nice used furniture store and the adventure began! So, the name “Back in Business” refers to getting the old building open again as well as keeping some nice pieces of furniture in circulation! Since each of them work full-time at other jobs, they rely on help from Pam’s Mother Laura, and daughter Autumn to help out whenever needed! Julie’s parents have been very supportive as well, and are excited to see the building being used again!
Opening day August 6th, 2005, was a big success! They have made many friends and loyal customers! Every week someone comments on the old G&M Clothing Store and how good it is to be back in the building! It’s still worth the drive!