This past summer we picked up two kitchen cupboards from Habitat for Humanity. They had never been used and there were no mounting holes cut into them. We paid $15 each.
With limited space on our loft and time in our schedules, these were the perfect solution to our storage conundrum. We now had somewhere to tuck our clothing away. more “Cheap, high quality, repurposed cupboards”
1. Habitat for humanity, Restore
Restore offers a wide range of materials for building and renovating. Stock is donated from individuals and companies. Proceeds go towards building homes for those in need. Swing by if you need cupboards, a sink, tools, or maybe just a cheap can of “Great Stuff”.
2. The free store
Yes, these do exist. If you are lucky enough to have one in your city, head there right now. Normally you pay a small fee to get rid of your stuff an then it’s free for the taking.
3. Consignment stores
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Last evening, I looked around our house and noticed that things were a little less messy. As the gold glow from the vintage bulbs flooded into the corners, I felt inspired. I began to take the first round of pictures with the camera that I have been borrowing . With so much left to do on the interior, these moments of beauty are rewarding. more “Upcycle your headboard into a banister”