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Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County recently hosted a DIY class at their ReStore and put together this great step-by-step tutorial for a mason jar organizer.
See what eight local DIY designers created from common vintage ReStore finds during the fourth annual ReStore ReStyle Design Challenge at Our Towns Habitat ReStore in North Carolina.
Follow this step-by-step tutorial to create your own charming home decor wall art from some of the most basic pieces.
Learn how to use ceramic tiles to transform a vintage table top into a work of art in this video tutorial by designer Bren Ische.
Lake Agassiz Habitat for Humanity ReStore creates a grill accessory stand out of a wood pallet for their latest pallet furniture project.
One of our Habitat ReStores recently raffled off refurbished furniture inspired by items they saw on Pinterest.
Learn how you can breathe new life into vintage furniture gems and antiques, with a little imagination and paint.
Jim and Pat of Shelton, Washington, show how they turn old light fixtures into the perfect rain guards for their bird feeders.
Watch designer and bakery owner Bren Ische transform an old table and mantel into amazing, custom pieces for her new bakery.
Great tiling projects from the Patuxent Art Show posts that we didn’t show you – until now.
Steve Thomas, former PBS television host, explains the difference between renovating and restoring a house.
This step-by-step tutorial shows how you can create unique and beautiful coasters using alcohol ink. These coasters can be customized to your taste or make a wonderful gift for Mother’s Day.
Maureen O’Boyle, anchor on WBTV-3 in Charlotte, N.C., and former anchor shares her design philosophy and love of finding those unique treasures that make her home her own.
These step-by-step instructions show how designer and Amelie’s bakery owner Brenda Ische makes her own unique tile and transforms a picture frame. Follow these instructions to make a wonderful piece of art to surround your own memories.
Steve Thomas, former PBS television host, explains what “green building” actually is.
Taking old pallets and turning them into a new sink vanity proves that reusable materials really can be found anywhere.
Interior designer Brenda Ische shows us how she transforms old pieces into unique lighting for her new bakery and offers inspiration for other DIY projects.
Steve Thomas, former PBS television host, remembers his participation in the first Earth Day and how it has changed over the years.
Check out what local artists created for the fifth annual Recycled Art Show benefiting Patuxent Habitat for Humanity of Maryland.
With some creative thinking and efficient planning, lack of square footage never has to be a limiting factor for gardening again.
How do you get a handle on what is really green and what isn’t when everything seems to be “green?” This post sorts through some of the most common green living myths.
It’s National Volunteer Week and here are five ideas for getting involved and helping your community.
Sometimes you just have to look at what you have in a new way. Take a look at this unique approach to building a coffee table out of repurposed materials.
Local DIY-ers from the Philadelphia area used common household items from the Habitat Philadelphia ReStore and turned them into one-of-kind pieces. Check out what they did.
Donating your renovation materials keeps functional – and often desirable – items out of the landfill. Read on to find out what common items can be donated.
Check out this list of cheap and easy ways to go green. Hopefully, you find a few things that you can easily integrate into your life.
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