DIYcave Opens its Doors to Furniture Flip Designers

It’s time to highlight the coolest spot in town, DIYcave, and its partnership with ReStore’s Furniture Flip Design Challenge.

DIYCave-Horizontal-Logo-TextureFor those who haven’t heard the news, the new DIYcave features a 3,000-square-foot workshop full of wood and metal-working equipment, plus many miscellaneous hand-held power tools.At DIYcave, owners Aaron Leis, Dave Danek and Tim Willis provide welding equipment, grinders, sanders, a planer, saws, drills, hydraulic press, and more.

They even offer classes for those who want to learn a new skill. Various membership options are available.

They’re partnering with Furniture Flip to offer each designer a free day pass to make their dream designs come to life. Here’s Corie Ball (below) working away at DIYcave, also with her partner, Larry Heath, (above).   20150327_172009 20150327_173947








“We’re excited to see what the contestants create for the 2015 Furniture Flip Challenge,” owner Aaron Leis says. “Our mission at the cave is to provide the tools and knowledge necessary for people to create, repair, repurpose and reuse almost any project that they can conceive of.”

For more information about DIYcave, check out their website or email:


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