This place is a treasure trove and since I already got all the items I need for my house, and we're broke... I can share. :D
Green Demo takes items from housing remodels, and offers a tax deduction to those donating the items- so if you are ripping something out, donate it!
Then they sell the item- so if you are remodeling or redecorating- check them out.
I bet they have what you want and probably in an upgrade at builder grade price!
In fact some items are brand spanking new like the Viking stoves. Yes I said Viking Stoves!
And the $ they get for the items is used to support rehab!
See why it's a great idea?
Items we got from Green Demo for our house:
Master Bathroom vanity. Yes, I swooned when I saw it.
It is 8'8" long and I was sure there was no way we could get it into the house... then they told me the cabinet is 3 pieces. I don't know if I have ever whipped out the Visa that fast before or since! It came with the counter, undermount Kohler sinks, and the faucets.
Recently I took off the knobs and added new ones from Hobby Lobby that were more in keeping with the feel of the house/bathroom
Before, nice, but not my style...
... after. Perfect!
Mudroom cabinets. These are Wood Mode cabinets. We can not normally afford WoodMode.
In the picture on the left is the cabinet that started out as my saddle cabinet. The upper was to house 2 saddle racks for my saddles, shelves for helmets and bridle racks [yes, all that equipment for a horse I no longer ride]. The drawers held saddle pads and boots and other goodies... the bottom drawer actually held non-horsey items- my various throw entry rugs.
Since I no longer ride, I moved the horse equipment to the garage into an armoire I tricked out.... and we installed a hanging rod in the upper portion of this cabinet in the mudroom, for an instant closet. The drawers now hold our various hats, mittens, gloves and other 'stuff'.
This set of cabinets, also in the Mudroom, I finished with a granite counter I also bought at GreenDemo. If I remember correctly I got that 2' x 2' piece with beveled edge for $80. Perfect for that spot where we keep keys, a charging station for cell phones,etc. Leashes [yes plural] hang next to that cabinet.
The sides of the upper/lower cabinets were not 'finished' and I was hemming and hawing about what to do with them, when a friend suggested blackboard paint, so I painted both with that. Now the upper is a message spot, and the lower directs people to leave their boots there.
The cabinets were an entire small kitchen, so I had enough to do my laundry room too.
The DEEP sink there is also from Green Demo. Great for washing these stinky dogs.
[Yes the builder hung the hutch cabinet WAY too high originally over the sink]
Here's the laundry room more recently, with a bookcase that houses my grandmothers iron and other items. This will someday be changed out with a pantry cabinet, in which I can store those mops/vacs you see there, as well. Finally, from the pine Wood Mode cabinet uppers to the someday pantry cabinet, over the washer dryer, I want to install shelves, and then a counter over the w/d, once I get the frontload washer.
My grandmother used this iron into the 1970s, heating it on her giant woodfired stove that she also continued to cook on.
Those canisters were in my grandmothers kitchen as well. Alas they were a bit rusty when I found them in my dads barn, so for now they hold my washing powders. On the top and bottom shelves, behind the curtains, are cleaning supplies.
On the other side of the room is a dresser that I use to store wrapping paper, my stash of wallpaper and other 'stuff'. Someday I want that to be my project/craft center. I want to get a new counter that run the entire length of that wall, and create a spot for me to sit and paint small things. The wall above will be fit with peg board and shelves above that. As you can see I also have one of those wooden drying racks where I can quickly place air dry only items as I pull them out of the washer.
As you can see, really long rolls of wrapping paper do not fit in the dresser.
Above the sink I painted a chalkboard, as I did with the end there over my dogs bed.
We never use this door, so the girls bed is right there in front of it.
This is the sink in the 1/2 bath. It's a Vitra sink and came with the Jado faucets.
I knew neither of those names when I bought it, it was simply the right shape and cheap, cheap, cheap price.
I got 2 of the 3 toilets there too- all Kohler, all for less than the cheapest toilets at Home Depot.
I got several light fixtures there also. The one above is over the garage doors.
These were bronze... some spray paint and they are awesome and look like wrought iron. I think we got 6 of these [and we only used 4 of them] for $24. I kid you not. $6 for a can of spray paint, and Viola!
And the chandelier, closest in this pic, came from there.
The pendant you see behind it was a last minute, 'I gotta' find something to go there' find when the electricians installed the 2 pendant outlets in the ceiling with one of them too close to where that cabinet on the right was going in... meaning every time you opened that cabinet you would have dinged the pendant. Annoying. So, instead of the 2 pendants I had, I had to go find one pendant. We capped the other one that was too close to the cabinet... and yes it annoys me every time I look at it.
Here's the Butler Pantry I wrote a blog about, also from GreenDemo
... tricked out and almost finished. We still need to repaint the ceiling where the paint/drywall came off with the paint tape [OY], level the lower cabinets and add toe kick trim, and then on the right add an upper cabinet over the freezer we installed, which will be to the ceiling and deep. That cabinet, which will have to be custom made, will serve as storage for large, seldom used items.
I chose the grey paint for these cabinets from the granite counter, which is white, light grey, dark grey, with flecks of rust.
I love Green Demo and I know my house would not have half the upgraded items in it if I had not found them when I did.