Become a Vendor

A simple way to expand your business—or start one.

Become a vendor with Treasures by the Locks and give your business a jumpstart without the overhead of owning or renting your own commercial unit. Are you a vintage reseller, antiques dealer, artist, artisan, crafter, or other creative looking to expand your existing business into a physical space? Are you overwhelmed by the costs and extra work involved?

Then consider renting a spot in our store.

Here are the top 6 reasons to become a vendor with Treasures by the Locks:

Lower overhead than renting your own store.

At a minimum of $2,000 per month plus plus, renting your own store isn’t reasonable—we are.

A support team that cares about your success.

Our 20+ years’ experience is at your disposal when you work with us.

Display your way.

Paint your booth, bring in custom shelving, set your stock in a diorama—we encourage you to be creative.

Our audience is your audience.

We promote your stuff across our socials and newsletter. As we build our following, yours expands, too.

Sell with Treasures by the Locks and give your business a boost. Apply now!

Fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can. We can’t wait to work with you!

What type of space do you need?*

Frequently Asked Questions

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How much do you need? Our booths start at 5′ x 7′, and a shelf space is approximately 3′. There’s also the option to rent a unit like a bookcase, if that better suits your needs. We’re quite happy to accommodate those that want larger booths.

Every vendor pays a 15% consignment fee on sales, plus their rental fee. Rental fee depends upon their space. Booths start at a rate of $175.00 per month, a shelf is $60.00 per month, and a bookcase starts at $125.00 per month.

We’re looking for vendors that sell quality vintage, antiques, and handmade items. You’re welcome to e-mail pictures of your stock to us at when you submit your application form (we’re likely to ask you for some, anyway). Unusual antiques will have Mel very interested in getting you into the store. Just saying.

We don’t allow taxidermy, guns, live ammo, or Nazi paraphernalia. Taxidermy requires a license that we don’t have. Antique, non-operational weaponry may be okay, we’ll handle that on a case-by-case basis.

For makers, if you’re brand-new to your craft, or you’ve been using your Cricut for three days and want to start a business NOW, then you aren’t ready to rent space and sell your stuff. Practice, get to a point where your quality is consistent, then we’ll talk.

If you aren’t sure, ask.

We get the paperwork together and calculated within the first week of the month. We’ll send you a copy of your sales sheet or give you one in-person, and e-transfer what you earned after commission and rental fee. If you owe us, we’ll tell you what’s owed and you’ll need to pay within that first week.