Some of my clearest childhood memories involve Home Depot. My father's "Dads can fix anything" attitude and my daddy's-girl status ensured that I frequently ended

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Best Way to Responsibly Update Your Home

ReStore

Some of my clearest childhood memories involve Home Depot. My father's "Dads can fix anything" attitude and my daddy's-girl status ensured that I frequently ended up at the biggest store that holds nothing of interest to me. For those of you who have your own hatred of Home Depot, or perhaps a deep love of the environment, ReStore in Ballard is for you. Filled with reused home-improvement supplies like doors, tubs, sinks, and the occasional unexplained mannequin, it's the perfect place to give your home a facelift without losing too much money or sleep. And don't worry about sifting through a ton of crap: They have a long list of items they won't accept, including appliances older than five years and chipped bathtubs or damaged doors. Highly recommended for the Home Depot–weary.—Suzie Rugh

 
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