Midweek Flash Sale: Tile

Many people think of Community Forklift as a place to get vintage decor, reclaimed lumber, and supplies for restoring old houses. That’s true, of course, but we receive a lot of brand-new surplus materials too.

For example, we have boxes and pallets of tile right now, including some cool modern styles. Even better: they’re on sale right now!

This light tile would be peaceful in a bathroom or entryway

Tile is 40% off

January 22 – 24, 2019

From now through Thursday, take 40% off the marked prices on boxes and bundles of tile, including ceramic, porcelain, stone, terracotta, vinyl, and glass tile.  If you’re planning a bathroom or kitchen project, it’s a good time to visit!

Yup, the sale includes glass and mosaic tile!

The midweek flash sale only applies to bundles and boxes of tile, not loose pieces. Items with missing or damaged price tags will not be sold. Sale does not include other types of flooring or furniture; select specialty items, items listed online, or items from our consignment partners. May not be combined with other sales.

Check out these starburst silver tiles – they’d be great for a modern room

Have you visited our online marketplace?

Perhaps you don’t need a whole pallet of modern tile, but you’d love to find a few vintage tiles to repair an old bathroom. Did you know that we sell certain unusual items online, including vintage bathroom tiles? Check out our Marketplace and eBay store, and browse designer furniture & decor on our Chairish page.

(Please note: flash sales DO NOT apply to items listed online. But you’ll find a nice variety of exciting vintage pieces, as well as great deals on commercial items, new-in-box faucets, and more) .

With colorful bathrooms starting to come back in style, it might be smart to repair your old tile instead of redoing it all.  Check out all the vintage colors we have online!


Every donation and purchase helps us lift up local communities through reuse.  Community Forklift turns the construction waste stream into a resource stream for communities in the DC region – by keeping perfectly good items out of the landfill, preserving historic materials, providing low-cost building supplies, and creating local green jobs.