Congratulations on your big move! You chose a realtor, shopped around, increased the mental monthly maximum you were willing to pay, and settled into a nice little money pit of your very own. And because this is Miami, chances are you won't have a lot of extra cash to blow on new furniture. OK, actually you're dead broke. If your wallet is depleted but your tastes are discerning, there's still an option that fits the bill: Habitat for Humanity's 12,000-square-foot warehouse of discount housewares: ReStore. With donations of new and used furniture and appliances coming in every day, the store frequently posts recent arrivals on its Facebook page so you can scope out the selection before making the trip to Cutler Bay. The prices aren't dirt-cheap, but they're always a relative bargain: Think $700 leather sectionals and $150 antique wooden dressers. Plus, you can feel good knowing your dollars go to an organization striving to get working-class Miamians into affordable homes of their own.