Upcycling around Reynoldburg

Upcycling is a term that’s gained popularity in the last decade, and it’s a great way to reuse materials, reduce our consumption, keep old items out of landfills, and conserve the water and energy required to produce new raw materials. 


For the crafty-at-heart, it can provide a creative outlet as well. You get to add truly unique items to your home and wardrobe, celebrate older craftsmanship, and pat yourself on the back for saving some cash! Here are some sources for upcycling and thrifting around Reynoldsburg. If you live at the Traditions at Slate Ridge townhomes, most of these shops are right down the street. 


Clothing


Uptown Cheapskate

Shop the Reynoldsburg location for on-trend items at terrific discounts, and get paid when you trade in your own stylish threads as well. 


Plato's Closet Reynoldsburg

Also in Reynoldsburg, Plato’s Closet has a goal of offering items at prices up to 70% less than retail, and they will also buy your gently-used items that are in style and in great condition.


Antiques


Heritage Square Antique Mall 

Billed as “53,000 square feet of don’t make ‘em like they used to,” the Heritage Square Antique Mall in Columbus is central Ohio’s largest antique mall with more than 450 local vendors. 


Mary Catherine’s Antiques

In addition to traditional antiques and vintage furniture, Mary Catherine's in Columbus has expanded to include jewelry, lamps, mirrors, rugs, paintings, prints, and frames. They promise “many funky, one-of-a-kind items.” 


Furniture


Woodmasters

Woodmasters of Greater Columbus, located in Reynoldsburg, provides furniture finishing and restoration, chair caning, hardware replacement, and even furniture stripping if you want to do the refinishing yourself. 


Rustic Cabin Architectural Salvage

You can find them in the Heritage Square Antique Mall, and their offerings vary widely from week to week. If you love stained glass, antique doorknobs and drawer handles, furniture, vintage signs, miscellaneous hardware, skeleton keys, claw feet, and corbels, this is the place for you. 


General thrift stores


Out of the Closet

A thrift store with a mission! Out of the Closet is a chain of thrift stores with a location in Columbus. They offer a selection of both clothing and furniture that they promise is eclectically cool and affordable. 


Habitat for Humanity ReStore

They offer building supplies, light fixtures, living room furniture, office furniture, kitchen cabinets, couches, large and small appliances, and more.


Goodwill Columbus

The Columbus location is a Goodwill outlet, which means you can purchase clothing, shoes, housewares, toys, and books in bulk and pay by the pound. Some larger furniture items are individually priced. Merchandise changes throughout the day, so shop often! 


If you’re looking for Reynoldsburg Ohio apartments for rent that are near some eclectic and unique thrift stores and vintage shops, look no further than Traditions! These Slate Ridge apartments are near all of the shops and entertainment in downtown Reynoldsburg, while still offering a peaceful quiet retreat with plenty of space. Come check out your new neighborhood today and call (614) 860-1919 for a tour.

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Traditions at Slate Ridge

1929 Opal Street
Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
(614) 741-1208

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