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8 Creative DIY Wardrobes For Every Space

When a dresser isn’t enough to store all your clothes, you need a walk-in closet or at least a good wardrobe, that’s why today I’ve rounded up a couple of awesome DIY ideas. You can take some cute dresser (for example, from IKEA), add some shelves and voila! Another way to do that is to use some pipes and build a frame... More

Simple DIY Stamped T-Shirt Apron

Need a cool apron? Here’s a great tutorial from makermama.com! Prepare a large or extra-large plain t-shirt, fabric scissors , fabric ink, sponge cubes and stamping mat, a cleaning brush. To make your apron, fold your t-shirt in half and cut from the armpit to the neck. Unfold your shirt and turn it to the back, then trim... More

Charming Vintage: DIY Sawhorse Coffee Table

Sawhorse furniture is now something sweet vintage and rustic-inspired, if you like such type of furniture, let’s realize this project from rogueengineer.com. You’ll need a pocket hole jig, a drill, a miter saw, tape measure, a pencil, safety glasses, 2x – 2 x 8 x 10′ lumber, 3x – 2 x 4 x 96″ premium studs, 2-1/2″... More

16 Easy And Inexpensive DIY Father’s Day Gifts

There are just a few days left before Father’s Day and if you haven’t found a gift yet, here’s a roundup with ideas! If your dad works at an office, he’s appreciate an office-connected present: a tie, a pair of cufflinks, cufflink cases and tie racks. A wallet or a card holder is a super actual item for every man at any... More

DIY Wood Grain Flask For Father’s Day

If you haven’t prepared a gift for the coming Father’s Day, this DIY from almostmakesperfect.com is right what you need. The supplies are stainless steel flask, wood grain contact paper, a paint marker, scissors, an xacto knife. Cut out a piece of your contact paper to fit around the flask. Try to use a smooth piece that... More

DIY Thrifted Wood Stool Makeover

Got a simple old stool? Let’s renovate it with this project from morenascorner.com! Prepare a wood stool, some fabric, project foam (1 inch), Mod Podge, a staple gun, paint, a metal strip. Sand the legs of the stool lightly, then paint them. Trace the top of the stool onto the Project Foam and cut it out. Hot glue the foam to... More

11 Colorful And Fun DIY Stools For Kids

Kids’ furniture is an absolutely special thing because being fun and creative, it should also be functional and practical. Today we’ve prepared a list of cool stools for kids, and they are going to strike you with creativity and practicality. Pick an old stool and add some color and pattern – any shade and motif that your... More

DIY Industrial Lantern From Metal Clamps

This is a super easy and relatively inexpensive project to add some mood lighting to a porch or outdoor space, thanks to babybugjournals.com. The supplies are 6″ metal clamps, 4″ duct cap, S-Hooks, 4′ section of chain link, candles. Take 3 metal clamps and do your best to fit them together into a circle shape.... More

DIY Summer Burlap Wreath With Succulents

Decorate your front door for summer! Today we are sharing a craft from sisterssuitcaseblog.com with everybody’s love – succulents! To make this wreath prepare an 18″ plain straw wreath, some faux succulents and other greenery, it covered the wreath easily and provided a neutral backdrop for the beautiful succulents. Leave... More

15 Stylish DIY Cutting Boards That Are Comfy In Using

A cutting board is a necessary thing in every kitchen because even if you cook not often, cutting vegetables or cheese or even serving food can’t do without a board. That’s why today I’m sharing a roundup of cool boards – thick, thin, colorful and classic, wooden and marble and so on. A thick board is actual and you can... More