Guest Bloggers Chris and Julia from ChrisLovesJulia has a great post that breaks down how different stains can look based on the wood species that are being used. Follow along as this DIY couple shares their findings, and tips imparts some helpful guidance to get you started on your
I love these pre-glued flat panels for making small tables, so I picked up a couple at my local home improvement center when I decided to make a mid-century end table for my son’s apartment.
The end tables from this era were simple. Oftentimes, they were little more than a box
Mobility is always important, even when it comes to putting on make-up. Rather than having to always work in front of a large wall mirror, I decided to devise a portable make-up center to make things a little easier when Leigh Ann is on the go. I spotted this 18″ unfinished pine
While you might wonder how copper pipes fits in with a woodworking project, I think you’ll soon agree that pairing up unexpected materials can make an ordinary project — like kitchen or bathroom shelves — very unique.
I found these pre-made shelf brackets in our local home improvement