Greater Stark & Carroll Counties ReStore
From time to time I come across people who have developed a real skill in living graciously and glamorously by refining their creative decorating talent and not being intimidated buy do-it-yourself projects.
I came across Matters of Style this week. It's just an awesome blog written by two frien...
As they say, "When it rains it pours."
Following our Saturday ariticle about Matters of Style guess what I come across this morning?
Pam Kueber's Retro Renovation site.
Personally I love the mid-century modern lines and futuristic look. Not to mention there is opportunity here for picking up...
The Holidays have come and gone. So has your hard earned cash. How on Earth will you be able to afford to remodel your kitchen? Here are a few tips that may help:
Start Here: How to design a kitchen or a small kitchen makeover.
A new kitchen is one of the most rewarding gifts you can ...
Bathroom looking a little blah, but not sure what to do about it? No worries – these simple bathroom makeover ideas are sure to get your most essential room ready before you can say "grande double skinny caramel latte please" Monday morning.
Details, Details It’s easy to be tempted to jump...
Renovating a kitchen or moving can result in a lot of used appliances that aren't needed anymore.
One way to make these used appliances useful again is by donating them to the ReStore. Donating to the ReStore frees up space and helps out others in need.
Plug in all appliances and ...
Spring Cleaning Anyone?
As Ohioans clear out homes, garages and storerooms and businesses need to clear out seasonal dead merchandise in the annual spring cleaning right, many may be considering donating household items to charities. There is no better time than now to pick up helpful tips about...
Forget the pessimistic attitude, recessionistas.
OK, we admit the outside world can appear pretty depressing these days, but your home still can be your haven. And it doesn't have to cost a lot of money to lift your spirits. Just ask Carlos Matta, a Miami "lifestyle designer" who does everythi...
‘Recycled’ Urban Furniture
Do you ever get sick of people telling you to recycle? Well, these furniture designers prove recycling can be a lot more interesting.Read More
The Lazy Environmentalist®
Discover easy, stylish and super convenient ways to green your lifestyle with Josh Dorfman.Read More
Restoring & Refinishing
Restoring the finish on ReStore antique furniture is a great way to enhance the style of your home.Read More
Dump or Donate? Make the Right Choice
The choice you make can literally change the world you live in. Collectively we dumped a grand total of 246 million tons of material in 2005, much of it recyclable. By donating gently used furniture, appliances, fixtures, and building materials to The ReStore you become part of the solution to reducing fossil fuel consumption, reducing landfills in your backyard while giving families the opportunity for first time home ownership.
Make the right decision. Don't dump, donate.
The ReStore is committed to Habitat for Humanity's mission of building simple, decent housing and bettering our community through reusing and recycling. Here at the ReStore we make available to the public recycling of all paper and cardboard products. We recycle more than a ton of paper products per month. All metals that are not a saleable item are recycled and diverted from the landfill. In 2009 alone, our ReStore recycled over 56.5 total tons of product.
Are you tired of your bathroom fan and light, but you don't know how to change it and don't want to pay someone else to do it? Watch a step-by-step tutorial on the DIYNetwork
website. (And after you watch it, stop by the Habitat ReStore to pick up your project supplies!)
Did you Know?
You don't have to buy a brand new lo-flow toilet to save water. If you have a large tank, simply fill an empty milk gallon jug with water and place it in the tank. This displaces the water, and allows your old toilet to use less H2O. (And you save money by not buying a new toilet!)
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