ReStore Postings on Craigslist

The ReStore posts a selection of items on Craigslist. These postings are frequently updated and reflect the ever-changing inventory at the ReStore.

To see our complete selection, visit the store on VFW Parkway and explore the wide selection of home furnishings, appliances, and building supplies we have available!

You never know what you may find at the ReStore!



Habitat ReStore Partnering with
the Paint Exchange!

Since the beginning of 2015, the Habitat for Humanity West Roxbury ReStore has been in an ongoing partnership with The Paint Exchange, the eminent recycled paint manufacturer in the state of Massachusetts. The ReStore now carries their "Recolor" brand of paint, made from 99.5% recycled paint.

The Paint Exchange accepts donations of latex paint and blends it into a variety of designer colors. The ReStore is excited to be partnering with an organization that embodies our values of reducing waste and being good stewards of our environment!

We regularly receive new shipments of Recolor paint from the Paint Exchange. The batches sell out very quickly.
Not only does this quality paint come in great colors, but it also covers amazingly well and is a terrific value at $10 a quart, $18 a gallon, and only $50 for a 5 gallon bucket!

Before your next painting project, stop by our West Roxbury store and check out our display wall, painted by Adam our super Assistant Manager and the ReStore team, for some inspiration!



 

The Habitat Boston ReStore
Celebrates Our 3rd Anniversary
with Steve Thomas

Steve Thomas, Emmy award-winning home renovation expert and former host of PBS' "This Old House" was on site at West Roxbury ReStore on Saturday, May 31, 2014 to answer customers' DIY, home-improvement, and renovation questions. Thank you, Steve, and everyone who came and celebrated with us!

longtime_volunteersmeeting_people Steve with long-time volunteers Joanna and Ron (left), and with fans Michelle and Jake (right).

steve_winnerSteve draws the raffle winner of a storage shed with Lark Palermo, CEO of Habitat Greater Boston.