Its Friday again, and that means another great post on the Fabulous Finds at Our Towns Habitat ReStores. I apologize that I didn't get another post written between the two back to back Fabulous Finds Friday entries... I've been so crazy getting ready for the ReStore ReStyle Design Challenge that is less than 7 days away! (Just a quick side note... the event will be held on Friday, May 17th at the Mooresville ReStore and will feature 7 design teams that have shopped from the Cornelius & Mooresville ReStores in order to create a 10'x10' room using only donated material that they have repurposed. It is, I must say, the most exciting ReStore event of the year! If you haven't purchased your tickets, save yourself $5 by purchasing them here.)
Fabulous Find #1: Blue Dr. Seuss Wardrobe (Sorry that it's sideways, it wasn't when I uploaded it and I can't figure out why it uploaded funny)
This child's wardrobe amuses me because it looks like it was just pulled from a Dr. Seuss or Alice in Wonderland book. It's got curvy sides and big black door knobs that you can't miss. It'd be perfect in a bonus room or as a prop for a play!
Fabulous Finds #2 & #3: Gently Used Cabinets
Our Towns Habitat ReStores are a great resource for gently used cabinets that are perfect for your kitchen, bathroom, garage or laundry room. These base cabinets below are white with great handles. You can see from the picture that the one in the middle has two drawers up top with two doors, and the one in the right corner would be used as a sink base.
The would be paired perfectly in a kitchen as a desk/work station with the upper cabinet pictured below (again, I'm sorry that it's sideways.. I can't fix it!) But if you tilt your head sideways you can see that there are two cubbies on the end of the cabinet, and 4 slots in the middle that would be perfect for your mail.
Put these cabinets on a long wall and they become the ultimate homework station for the kids while you prepare dinner or help them study.
What are the Fabulous Finds that you found this week?