Recently we received a very exciting e-mail from one of our customers who came in a while ago and bought a table top. That table top is now a beautiful new island in her kitchen surrounding her stove top! This was one step in the remodeling of her kitchen. We thought we’d share with you all some pictures from the process for inspiration. Thanks Emily for sharing your work with us!!
Of course, we always have an abundance of tables and other materials that work for DIY projects like these in... Read More »
Currently the ReStore has cases and cases of Ball Jars in all sizes! It got us thinking of creative uses for them, besides just canning or preserving. However, if you are interested in canning, we’ve got plenty of other useful materials for that as well at the moment! In the end, we decided we liked the idea of a Ball jar terrarium the best –it’s cheap, easy, and pretty cool to look at it! Plus, having plants in your house and not having to worry about the mess of a pot is great!... Read More »
After a decade on Royal Street, New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity's
ReStore will relocate to a more-modern facility centrally located on
Elysian Fields between I-10 and I-610. The new 15,000 square foot
facility will offer an enhanced shopping experience for locals with an
expanded inventory of building materials and furniture along with
convenient parking opportunities.
The building on Elysian Fields was most recently a mini-storage and cabinet dealer retail store. The facility... Read More »
Ever wonder what happens to the sets of a movie after it has wrapped? Many production companies look for a quick and effficient way to get rid of all the materials and furnishings they have used. Many set designers and film wrap teamsters have discovered the ReStore as the perfect place to recycle unneeded materials when they strike a set. Instead of throwing away their useful but unneeded items, they donate them to the store, making their whole project a more socially and environmentally responsible... Read More »
Singer Kitchens has made an unprecedented donation to New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity’s (NOAHH) Restore consisting of over 100 top-of-the-line cabinets. These cabinets are now on sale at the ReStore located in the Marigny at 2830 Royal Street. All proceeds from the sale of merchandise at the ReStore goes to support New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity’s mission to build homes for low-income families.
The donation includes base cabinets, wall cabinets, tall pantry cabinets... Read More »
New Orleans Habitat's ReStore has a large selection of bi-fold doors in stock. These doors have never been hung and are available for immediate purchase. With Spring cleaning around the corner, improve a bedroom and hang your own bi-fold doors.
Check out this YouTube video with tips on hanging bi-fold doors. Read More »
The New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore preserves our past by accepting and re-circulating architectural salvage and furniture; it preserves our future by keeping useable building materials out of the waste stream and out of city landfills. We accept new and used building materials, furniture, and appliances donated by the New Orleans community to support the efforts of the New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity in our work to build new, affordable homes and eliminate poverty housing in... Read More »