Do you have an extra dresser? Or a lamp or a chair to share? When you’re not sure where to donate furniture you don’t use, you keep it. No one wants to be wasteful and toss still good pieces. Go to Habitat.org/restores to schedule a pick-up by entering your zip code.
You don’t have to store the lamp you’ll never use or the extra dresser from a bedroom set you inherited. It’s time to donate the furniture. It’s a win-win; you reclaim space previously taken up by unwanted furniture and someone will get furniture they need.
What Do You Have to Donate
You might have one of these items, or something else to share. These pieces don’t store well in a basement, attic, or garage. The temperature fluctuations and humidity levels can warp or dry out the wood, the finish can begin to peel, and any metal can rust. Instead of letting your unused furniture continue to deteriorate, get your space back and let the pieces be used today.
- Coffee table
- End tables
- Dining table
- TV Stand
- Bakers Rack
- Coat Tree
- Accent Chair
- Accent Table
- Console Table
Make Moving Furniture Easy
Have these furniture movers ready, you can place under the feet of your furniture, especially the next time you are getting new furniture delivered. These little pads make it so easy to push even heavy pieces of furniture around.
Great job on a quick win.
Now you know where to donate furniture! Check out more posts here. If you have things to donate check out these resources. Keep your momentum going by joining me online for The Secret of 10 & 10 Organizing Tonight Thurs. 6/24 at 7pm
And if you don’t have a copy of Keep This Toss That I’d suggest picking one up today. You’ll find yourself highlighting pages and using it as an ongoing reference. Plus, it makes a great paperweight for the pile of papers you keep saying you’ll go through one day.