Rutherglen Furniture shop

Have furniture to donate? We’ll collect it for free.

Simply call or submit a form and we’ll arrange a pick up from your home at a time to suit you.

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Rutherglen Shopping Centre
G73 2LS

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Opening hours

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Shopping centre has disabled access and facilities

Shopping centre parking complex including blue badge spaces

You can walk away from our Rutherglen furniture shop with everything you need to fit out every room in your house! Beds, wardrobes, dining tables and chairs, sofas, white goods ... you'll find them all here. We also sell a few new items too - there's nothing like a few scatter cushions to make a place look like home.

You support sustainable shopping by picking up second-hand bargains at your local Shelter Scotland shop.

You can also donate any high quality used items you want to clear out and - if you'd like to - sign up to volunteer in the shop at the same time.

  • We can only take donations when the shop is closed between 9-10 and 4-5.

  • We can accept all white goods except cookers as long as they are in working order.

  • Customers can collect and drop off at our back door.

People browsing in a Shelter furniture shop

We'd love your donations

We love donations of high quality items! Whether you're making space in your wardrobe by getting rid of old clothes, freeing yourself of unwanted books, or just having a bit of a clear out, bring your pre-loved goods down to our shop.

We'll gladly take donations while we're open, but please don't leave any goods outside the shop when we're closed.

Although we're grateful for every donation, there are a few things we're unfortunately unable to take, so do check the list on the right before heading down.

What we accept

  • Good quality second-hand clothes

  • Books

  • CDs and DVDs

  • Vinyl records

  • Games

  • good quality furniture*

  • small electrical items*

*not available in all Shelter shops, so please check before bringing these items in.

What we can't accept

  • items in poor condition

  • white goods

  • upholstered items without a fire label

Volunteer with us

This Shelter Scotland shop simply couldn't run without our incredible volunteers. If you’d like to do something valuable with your spare time, while picking up new skills and gaining retail experience, volunteering a few hours in a Shelter shop could be the best decision you ever made!

Volunteering for just a few hours a week can make a huge difference. To join our fantastic team, register your interest on the Better Impact website.