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Chicago Tribune

Kellie Scott was a lawyer in a litigation firm for 16 years before turning her love of home design into her full-time job. In September, she opened Divine Consign, an Oak Park store that sells used, mid-priced home furnishings in good condition.

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Chicago Magazine: Oak Park

The 15 Best Things to Do in Oak Park Here’s how to experience the character and craftsmanship in the western suburb that Ernest Hemingway and Frank Lloyd Wright once called home. - Divine Consign: Score a bargain at this fab furniture consignment store, which recently began selling wares from six Merchandise Mart showrooms.

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Divine Consign's New Showroom

The doors just opened at Divine Consign’s brand new 10,000-square-foot showroom (809 South Oak Park Ave.). The Oak Park furniture consignment shop that previously had two locations has consolidated into one big, beautiful space.

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Chicago's #1 Consignment Store

BEST OF THE NEW: CONSIGNMENT The merchandise changes often at this friendly resale shop in Oak Park & there are gems to be had at good prices. Mig & Tig brought its unsold inventory here after it closed its showroom; we’ve spotted Hughes N’Cho-Allepot, Henredon, and Habersham furnishings alongside items from Room & Board, Ethan Allen, and Stickley. Next up: custom drapery and upholstery services for pieces that need a little love.

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Suburban Focus Magazine

Consumers have caught the resale bug as they look for resourceful ways to spruce up their homes & stretch their budgets. "My customers are always shocked to see the amount of high-quality (often new) furniture items we get in the store each day," says Kellie Scott, owner of Divine Consign.

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Best Consignment Store

West Suburban Living readers voted Divine Consign the #1 Resale/Consignment Store in Chicago's western suburbs, for the 17th Annual Best of the West!

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Redefined Haystack Loves Us!

Refined Haystack visited Divine Consign and says, " Whether you're looking to buy or sell, you'll kick yourself for not having found this spot sooner." Yep - the secret is out!

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WGN 9: Bring It Home @ Divine

WGN's series Bring It Home stopped by Divine Consign's Annex to scope out furniture items for a teenage girl's room, using designs from "Gossip Girl" as inspiration.

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FOX 32: Selling Consignment

Instead of donating unwanted items, a lot of consumers are finding a pot of gold in their furniture items. FOX 32's Darlene Hill stopped at Divine Consign and found all kinds of previously owned home goods for sale, from small decor to an $1100 custom dining table.

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Owning a Small Business - Patch

What is the secret to running a small business? Patch asks Kellie the question and her answers are interesting (at least to her they are:-)

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190 Big Deal: Divine Consign

Divine Consign of Oak Park was recently named the Best Consignment Store by Chicago Home and Garden Magazine. Their new 10,000 square foot showroom is full of furniture, accessories, wall art, rugs...even some new with tags still on!

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Refinery29 says we're the BEST!

Refinery29, a most discriminating Blog featuring the best of Chicago Design, thinks that Divine Consign RULES!

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CBS Thinks We're the BEST

CBS Selected Divine Consign as the Best Furniture Consignment Store in Chicago 2014! Thank you CBS!

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Journal partners with Divine Consign

Check out Divine Consign's latest project - a Community Room where charities and local organizations can meet and conduct business.

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Check Out Our New Video!

At Divine Consign we offer you an easy and affordable opportunity to consign furniture you no longer want or need.

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Kellie Scott: Woman of Influence

Kellie Scott was selected by the Chicago Business Journal as a 2015 Woman of Influence.

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