Trendy DIY Color Blocked Stool Or Side Table

Trendy DIY Color Blocked Stool Or Side Table
Color blocking is one of the hottest trends everywhere – from fashion to home décor. We’ve already told you of some of such crafts, and here’s one more piece – a color blocked stool. The supplies are a mini stool or similar piece of furniture, paint of your choice, a paintbrush, painter’s tape, clear varnish... 
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Cozy DIY Wood Plank Loveseat With Free Plans

Cozy DIY Wood Plank Loveseat With Free Plans
Need a pretty loveseat for indoors and outdoors? Have a look at this tutorial from rogueengineer.com and read the full tools and materials list in the source, and let’s get started. Drill pocket holes and assemble sides using 2-1/2’’ pocket screws, then pre-drill and install arm using 2-1/2’’ wood screws. Drill pocket holes and assemble... 
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Traditional DIY X-Leg Herringbone Dining Table

Traditional DIY X-Leg Herringbone Dining Table
An X-leg dining table is a cool traditional piece that is very comfy and stable, it’s perfect for family meals. If you want to build one, have a look at this tutorial from rogueengineer.com and start gathering supplies. They are 3x  –  4 x 4 x 8′ untreated pine, 8x  –  2 x 4 x... 
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Fast DIY IKEA Hack: Copper End Table

Fast DIY IKEA Hack: Copper End Table
Got a tray you don’t need? Here’s an amazing idea to use it from poppytalk.com! Prepare a round melamine tray, a vintage or new folding camping stool, spray paint, newspaper, velcro with sticky back. Just place a clean dry tray face up on some newspaper, and start to spray to cover the original design on... 
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Trendy DIY Concrete Stool In Black

Trendy DIY Concrete Stool In Black
Concrete is a big trend in interior design and decorating because of its industrial feel. The easiest way to introduce this trend in your home is by adding concrete elements, for example a stool. To make this one from sheknows.com you’ll need a plastic bucket, a bag of concrete mix, 3 same size stool legs,... 
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DIY Ladder Shelf Perfect For Small Spaces

DIY Ladder Shelf Perfect For Small Spaces
A ladder can become a great storage space, which is especially cool for a tight space, so let’s have a look at this cool tutorial from burkatron.com. After you have decided what height and width you’d like your ladder cut 2 legs and as many rungs as you need from your lengths of wood. Now... 
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Stylish DIY Tropical Leaf Side Table

Stylish DIY Tropical Leaf Side Table
Summer is high time to rock some creative summer and tropical-inspired items, so today we are sharing a tropical leaf table project from curbly.com. Prepare plywood, a pencil, a scroll saw, handheld jig saw, or coping saw, sandpaper, table legs and hardware, spray paint, spray lacquer, a screwdriver. Begin sketching out your foliage onto the... 
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Industrial-Inspired DIY Burlap Coffee Bag Ottoman

Industrial-Inspired DIY Burlap Coffee Bag Ottoman
Can an ottoman be industrial? Sure! Just make it from burlap coffee bags like in this tutorial from apieceofrainbow.com! You’ll need one standard 28″ x 40″ burlap coffee bean bag, a large-eye yarn needle, and multicolored yarn, scissors, and some kind of tape measure. Remove the stitches from the bottom and the side of the... 
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Super Quick And Easy DIY Trellis Clothes Rack

Super Quick And Easy DIY Trellis Clothes Rack
Today we are going to make a rack of a trellis, and the main benefit of using a storage system closer to something you’re more likely to see out in the garden with your BBQ, is its shape and mobility. This is a project from fallfordiy.com and the supplies are strip wood and wood glue.... 
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Charming Vintage: DIY Sawhorse Coffee Table

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... 
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