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8 Simple DIY Open Shelving Projects For Any Space

Why are open shelves so cool? They are an efficient storage and are great for small rooms: they don’t require much space and don’t make the space look cluttered. The two main things you need for such shelves is wood, maybe reclaimed, and good and durable brackets. Choose the shape and size of the wood, cut it and stain, you... More

DIY Industrial Sawhorse Desk To Make

Need a cool industrial desk? Look at this idea from KleinWorthCo! Prepare boards: 2 – 12″ wide & 6′ long and 1 -10″ wide same length. Cut the boards to the length you want and then distress them a little. Then add stain – painting on and then rubbing off with a paper towel. Let dry for a couple days and then add... More

Original DIY Fabric Wrapped Dresser Makeover

We see a lot of furniture makeovers and renovations but the one using fabric? So unexpected! Let’s make this eye-catcher! Take your old dresser, take the drawers out, wipe them down and spray inside the drawers and the dresser frame with a mix of water and white vinegar. Then use a furniture polish/conditioner on the drawer... More

DIY Scandi-Inspired Low-Profile Round Table

These low profile table from HelloDIY blog is inspired by Scandinavian design. To make one you’ll need pine round, 1-step stair frame (black), 1-step stair frame (white), wood screw, finish washer. In order to keep the tables looking sleek go with three step stair frames as legs for each table, instead of your traditional... More

Stylish Modern DIY Painted Dresser Makeover

Got an old dresser to renovate? Here’s an amazing idea from TheSweetestOccasion Blog! To get started, glue down a few areas that are pulling up and also use wood filler to smooth out a few areas that are really banged up. Light sand all the surfaces and then scrub the whole dresser down with kitchen cleaner, follow it with a... More

DIY Dining Table With Trendy Hairpin Legs

Remember we told you about cool hairpin-legged furniture? Today I’d like to continue this theme and present you a tutorial that AbeautifulMess blog had shared – a hairpin leg dining table. Plan out how large you want the table to be. The authors took 4 long planks for the top, 9 smaller planks bracing and framing the... More

Bring Outdoors Inside: Rustic DIY Lumberjack Table

Bring the rugged outdoors inside with a lumberjack table, a crown cut tree slab with axe handles for legs. This burly wood table showcases the trees natural grain, and the live edge gives it a rustic and unfinished look. The legs are real axe handles seated inside the bottom of the wood slab, further enhancing the woodsman feel... More

How To Turn IKEA Bookshelves Into A Bookcase

IKEA hacks have never been more popular than now! Today we’ll hack a couple of bookshelves together with TheMakeRista blog. Begin by assembling the three Ikea bookshelves. To make them taller than standard add the extension cabinets. Position them in the spot where they would go to determine the final placement. After they... More

Stylish DIY Stump Bedside Table In 2 Versions

We’ve already told you of cool stump furniture, and here’s one more cool projects to the list. To make these bedside tables you will need: thick ropes, thin and soft rope, hot glue, tape, a wood drill, black paint, 4-pin plastic mounting screws. First of all, screw the ends of the rope, cover them with tape. Drill holes in... More

DIY Geometric Pendant Light Fixture Of Straws

Remember we told you of cool geometric lamps to make a statement? Here’s one more idea from PearlsAndScissors blog that hadn’t been listed. Prepare cocktail straws, crafting wire, a wire cutter, scissors, thick felt and glue. You’ll need 18 long straws, 12 half straws, and 12 quarter straws. Be as precise as possible... More