Welcome to the start of another exciting year at The Turnover Shop. Although we have been open through the long, hot summer, September brings the return of all our volunteers and the opening of the consignment season. In addition, we have been saving the best of our fall and winter donations to be displayed on the sales floor. Our volunteers and our customers all look forward to the new season.
We are always trying to improve the quality of your shopping experience with us. If you haven’t visited in a while, please check out our larger racks for clothing, designed to hold more merchandise and allow greater access. We have a regularly changing stock of furniture and household items. Our jewelry cases are filled with unusual and valuable items. And through the end of October, we will have several clothing racks reserved for Halloween costumes and accessories.
The Turnover Shop is an award-winning community organization, pledged to support agencies that serve the health and education needs of Wilton and our surrounding towns. Throughout sixty five years of operation, hundreds of volunteers have contributed their efforts towards making The Turnover a success, and thousands of satisfied customers have validated their hard work.
We carry a full line of women's, men's and children's clothing, shoes, antiques, housewares, games, books, jewelry, and furniture. Many of our customers make The Turnover their first stop before embarking on a shopping expedition, and not only find the very item they seek, but others they didn’t know they needed until they saw them.
Now that you’ve visited our website, we hope you’ll also visit our shop. We are located in the heart of Wilton Center, surrounded by fine stores and restaurants, and are worth a small detour off well-traveled Route 7. Please call if you have any questions, and speak to one of our volunteers at 203-762-3160.
Photos: Inside the Shop
Summer 2011 photos
Fall 2010 photos
Summer 2010 photos
Furniture from Turnover Shop of Wilton pictured in New York Times:
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Click here for photo of armchair and here for photo of sofa from the Turnover Shop
featured by the New York Times article.