Upscale Resale Boutique Shopping
New and Gently Used Furniture and Décor
Proceeds Help House Families In Need
FUSION Décor Boutique
Our showroom is a unique shopping experience. All merchandise is donated. Staff members are all volunteers. And all proceeds support the FUSION program to house families experiencing homelessness in the community.
Open Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
How COVID Has Changed Us
We are always busy behind the scenes freshening the Boutique, rearranging furnishings and making space
for beautiful new model-home items from our partners Lennar, TriPointe Homes and Century Communities.
On-site Dental Clinic for FUSION Families
Read about two Federal Way dentists who provided check-ups and dental hygiene education to parents and children at the Pete Andersen FUSION Family Center. See Story
All proceeds from the FUSION Décor Boutique support our program to provide housing and support services to families experiencing homelessness in our community. There are opportunities for you to help.
- Shop at the Boutique frequently!
- Tell your friends about this unique shopping experience.
- Donate furniture and décor.
We gratefully accept clean gently-used home furnishings in good repair for our Boutique store. To donate large items for pick up, contact our Donation Coordinator, Sue, by email at email@example.com. Please include your Name and Phone Number, and a Description with Photograph (if possible) of each item you wish to donate.
If you would like to drop off furniture or décor during our business hours, please call us beforehand at 253-839-4045 with a description of the items. Donation drop-offs are accepted only during business hours Tuesday to Saturday – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Volunteers staff the Boutique, stage merchandise and assist customers. Other helpers drive our FUSION trucks and pick up donations. There also are ways to help in our Housing, Fund-raising, and Family Center programs.
Financial contributions to FUSION support our philosophy that a secure home and case management services give families experiencing homelessness an opportunity to become self-sufficient and productive members of society.