Here at Krrb we love doing it ourselves. Whether it’s a nice bench or lamp, there’s nothing quite like the feeling you get after building something yourself. That’s why it’s so great to know that if you go looking in any city you can find a nice, little DIY shop that might just have everything you need.
This month, we’re exploring a few DIY Shops in DC. If you’re a native or just visiting the area, these are the go-to shops for your DIY needs.
Abundant Living Interiors
For the past 30 years, Abundant Living Interiors has been delivering full interior design services. Their mission is to produce a quality interior for you that is not only vibrant and functional but also affordable. On top of that, they offer classes in furniture reupholstery that will have you designing your own interiors in no time!
Abundant Living Interiors is located at 3087 PS Business Center Drive Woodbridge, VA 22192.
Topaz + Arrow
Topaz + Arrow is a monthly gathering hosted by Virginia Arrisueño and Morgan Hungerford West. Their communal craft sessions and workshops will cover all your DIY questions and needs! You’ll learn everything from the DIY tactics of home decor to weddings and everything in between.
The Woodworkers Club
Maybe woodworking is more your thing, in which case you’ll definitely want to stop by The Woodworkers Club. For a decade, this business has been providing the tools and training needed to make all your wooden dreams come true. They’ve got classes year round so what are you waiting for?
The Wooodworkers Club is located at 11910-L Parklawn Drive, Rockville, MD.
And finally, if you have yourself an old piece of furniture that you want to fix up these are your guys. Restoration Unlimited can fix up any and all furniture you have or they can teach you to do it yourself. Why not learn how to fix furniture so you won’t need anyone else to help you in the future?
Restoration Unlimited is located 100 Executive Dr. #4 Sterling, Virginia 20166.
There you have it folks! A couple of great DIY shops in YOUR city. Now you don’t have an excuse to not make all those things you’ve been talking about making but had an excuse for. Go DIY!