Welcome to The Habitat for Humanity ReStore!

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore is the bargain home improvement store that helps you improve your home from ceiling to floor.  You will find furniture, appliances, building materials and many other items for your home at prices that are far below retail.  Most of our items are used, but you will find them to be in good shape.

We accept furniture, appliance and building material donations and are able to pick up donation items that you can’t drop off at the ReStore.

The ReStore is located just off the corner of Grand Central Avenue, on 16th Street in Vienna.

 

Donation Drive-Thru Drop-Off Hours

  • Mon-Tues:  8:30-4:00
  • Wed-Fri:     8:30-4:00
  • Sat:            8:30-4:00

Donation Pickup Service

  • Mon-Fri:      8:30-4:00

Store open to the public

  • Wednesday:      9:00-4:00
  • Thursday:          9:00-4:00
  • Friday:               9:00-4:00
  • Sat:                    9:00-4:00

What's New at ReStore

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Flashback to 2016. The floors in the old building were a mixture of tile, carpet, and some linoleum. We needed something durable, easy to clean, and easy to slide furniture across. So, we decided on polished concrete and we're so glad we did. It was an interesting process to watch and they turned out better than expected. ... See MoreSee Less

Good Monday morning. We hope you are all staying well. Take care of yourselves. ... See MoreSee Less

Good Monday morning. We hope you are all staying well. Take care of yourselves.

Here are a few more photos from 2016 when we renovated the ReStore. At the end of our main showroom, we wanted to create some "rooms" or vignettes so we would have a place to display how the furniture might fit in your rooms at home. We got this idea from a ReStore in Charlotte. We have some very creative and talented staff who decorate these rooms with the items that are donated to the ReStore. It always impresses me how they can take so many mismatched pieces and make it all come together in a cohesive style. ... See MoreSee Less

I'm sure most of you have seen this above our cash register station. This is our mission wall which serves to remind us and our customers why we do what we do at the ReStore. Our primary focus is to provide financial support for the home building mission of Habitat for Humanity. Like many small businesses and non-profits, we are feeling the squeeze with our ReStore currently closed. If you would like to help ease the squeeze, you can schedule a one-time or recurring monthly donation here. habitatmov.com/give1/ ... See MoreSee Less

Im sure most of you have seen this above our cash register station. This is our mission wall which serves to remind us and our customers why we do what we do at the ReStore. Our primary focus is to provide financial support for the home building mission of Habitat for Humanity. Like many small businesses and non-profits, we are feeling the squeeze with our ReStore currently closed. If you would like to help ease the squeeze, you can schedule a one-time or recurring monthly donation here. https://habitatmov.com/give1/

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I never realized that it has our mission on it 🤦🏼‍♀️

Here's another stroll down ReStore Memory Lane. I used to make references to the different buildings, but those who didn't realize the ReStore was originally two buildings which we joined together, had no idea what I was talking about. The area where we now store shopping carts was once outdoors between the two buildings. We added the two large openings between our showrooms to make it into one space. Our Donation dock door location is just down from an old loading dock from when the building was Vienna Office Supply. And, we had to remove the old staircase on the back of the building when we added our new loading dock for incoming donations from our trucks and customer pickups.

Who remembers the other businesses which were located here where the ReStore is now? I know of a few, but you may know of ones I do not. Stay well.
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Yes. That's one of the stores which was previously in this location

Model Carpet was in the house next door, connected to Vienna Office Supply by a hallway. Before the building became Vienna Office Supply it was Model Carpets warehouse.

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