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Habitat for Humanity ReStore Before and Afters – Crisp Collective

Habitat for Humanity ReStore Before and Afters

Habitat for Humanity ReStore Before and Afters - Crisp Collective

What kinds of things are people finding at Habitat for Humanity’s ReStores?

Check out our infographic illustrating some of the favorite items shoppers have purchased at our Habitat ReStores.

$5.00 Cabinet doors from Habitat for Humanity ReStore, stained and attached to the wall using 3M velcro tape.

Cabinet doors from Habitat for Humanity ReStore, stained and attached to the wall using velcro tape.

Patio table made from a wooden door that we got from the Habitat for Humanity Restore and some clearances glass tiles...

Patio table made from a wooden door from the Habitat for Humanity Restore and some clearances glass tiles.

Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Habitat for Humanity ReStores

Habitat for Humanity ReStore - nonprofit home improvement stores and donation centers that sell new and gently used furniture, home accessories, building materials, and appliances to the public at a fraction of the retail price.

Pet gate door I made for my sewing room. The iron scroll came from Hobby Lobby. The wood frame has 4.5 inch lag screws and L brackets to support the corners. The handle and the hinges are from Habitat for Humanity Restore sprayed to match my doorknobs. I have a wheel on the to keep it from sagging. I also installed a magnetic latch to keep it closed.

Pet gate door I made for my sewing room. The iron scroll came from Hobby Lobby. The wood frame has 4.5 inch lag screws and L brackets to support the corners. The handle and the hinges are from Habitat for Humanity Restore sprayed to match my doorknobs. I have a wheel on the to keep it from sagging. I also installed a magnetic latch to keep it closed.

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