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my guide to
shopping the ReStore
It’s no secret I love DIY’s and when I have a project in mind the first place I turn to is my local Habitat for Humanity Restore.
To be honest I could spend a whole day in there getting lost, and inspired by all the goodies they have to offer. And there is nothing better than knowing that, when I shop there, I’m giving back to my community.
So I thought it would be fun to take you all along with me on a trip to my favorite ReStore.
my first stop
at the ReStore
The first place I head to when I get to the ReStore is the art section. If I can’t find a good piece of art, I know I’ll find amazing frames.
Frames can be so versatile and simple, yet make a big statement in your home. I especially love how you can use them for all seasons.
spindles made farmhouse candlesticks
The next place I have to check out is their old spindle section. These spindles are great to pick up for a simple DIY project like I did here! We turned spindles into candlesticks! Here’s how we did it…
cabinet door made coffee table tray
Now I don’t want to overload you with DIYs but here is one last idea. Most ReStores have a selection of old cabinet doors. You could do so much with these but my favorite is a quick coffee table or serving tray like the one I created.
For this project, all you need is a cabinet door and two drawer pulls, which are also sold in packs at the ReStore!
To complete this project, all you need is a cabinet door and two drawer pulls, which are also sold in packs at the ReStore!
I just used chalk paint for the cupboard door and spray painted the drawer pulls with
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I hope you have enjoyed these ideas, and I hope it inspires you to check out your local Habitat for Humanity Restore. For more ideas make sure to follow me on Instagram.
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