Weekend Sale: 50% off Furniture, Mirrors, & Art

This Saturday & Sunday

Furniture, Mirrors, & Framed Art are half off!

On August 24th & 25th, take 50% off the marked price on furnishings. Save big on sofas, chairs, tables, dressers, shelves, wardrobes, desks, file cabinets, mirrors, paintings, prints, and more! 

Please note: This flash sale does not include built-in cabinetry like bathroom vanities, medicine cabinets, or kitchen cabinets; mantels; appliances; select specialty items, items from our consignment partners, or items listed online.

Items with missing or damaged price tags will not be sold.  May not be combined with other sales or promotions.


Other Sales & Events:

Forklift First Friday

On the first Friday evening of each summer month, we stay open late to turn the warehouse into a pop-up market with a mystery sale, local art, craft beer & wine, a food truck, and activities for kids. September 6th‘s event will feature classic rock from Moments of Brilliance; FREE face-painting from Signs, Wonders, & Gifts; and a yummy dinner from Metro Crab Fry Guy.

Visit our Facebook page for more details, and please invite your friends!


Last Chance for 50% Off Doors!

Our sale on doors is ending this Sunday, August. 25th at 7pm. Save 50% off the marked prices on interior and exterior doors, solid wood panel doors, french doors, and more.


Treincarnation Sale

Our partners at Treincarnation stock sustainably-harvested, rough-planed specialty lumber at Community Forklift. It rarely goes on sale, but from now till Sunday, August 25th, you can save 25% off the marked prices! Get all the details here.


August Bathroom Sale

This month, save on modern AND vintage bathroom sinks, vanities, toilets, bathtubs, and medicine cabinets. Visit our blog for details.


Every time you donate or shop at Community Forklift, you’re helping us lift up local communities through reuse.  We turn the construction waste stream into a resource stream for communities in the DC region – by keeping perfectly good items out of the landfill, preserving historical materials, providing low-cost building supplies, and creating local green jobs.