The Attic Door is an upscale consignment shop located in historic Tinley Park, Il. Our "little blue house" was built in 1895 with a much needed addition built in 1993.
The structure reflects it's original charm with a white porch and lattice work. We are located in the heart of historic Tinley Park with the Voght Building located just north of The Attic Door and The Voght Visual Arts Center across the street. We are surrounded by many restaurants and shops as well as the Tinley Park Conference Center and several hotels.
Our goal at The Attic Door is to provide new and quality used furniture, household accessories and women's clothing and accessories to our clients at great prices. Our inventory changes daily, so stop in often to see what's new. We truly have something for everyone.
We carry an exclusive line of handmade jewelry from Avondale Designs. Linda creates one of a kind jewelry pieces that you will not find anywhere else. Custom pieces are also available to order for special occasions, gifts etc. Let Linda turn your old jewelry or family heirlooms into a new collectable piece.
Shopping at The Attic Door is truly a one of a kind experience. Walk through our door and you may find new & gently used furniture, such as sofa's, chairs, desks, tables, bookcases, bedroom furniture, entertainment centers and more for resale. We have many items to complete any room such as pictures, linens, glassware, china, silver, ceramics, lamps, floral, rugs, kitchenware, mirrors and candles.
One of our mottos at The Attic Door is "shop where fashion only looks expensive." We accept current style, better label gently worn women's clothing as well as shoes, purses, scarves, wallets, belts and jewelry.
Not sure if that outfit is just right for you? The Attic Door will hold your "I'm not quite sure" merchandise for 24 hours. If you don't return the next day to purchase, we will put it back on the rack.
Are you intrested in becoming a consignor? Check out our "Becoming A Consignor " page for more information.
The Attic Door has partnered with Together We Cope in donating items that do not sell in the store.
Together We Cope bridges the gap for Southland residents in temporary crisis by providing food, shelter, clothing and referrals, empowering them to return to self-sufficiency. Visit there website at www.togetherwecope.org for more information on this great organization.