Folks love living in lofts and working in open-plan offices. The barrier-free lifestyle has its advantages; however, sometimes a fella just needs a little privacy.
This article will show you how to make your own DIY coffee table from common supplies and a large book.
This article will show you how to make your own DIY lamp using old yogurt containers, cement, and a few electrical parts.
The clock will function properly as long as you install the clock kit directly in the center of whatever shape you choose—oval, maybe? To hang the clock, I ended up just nailing a small nail into our wall and using the top 1×2 piece that connects the slats together to hang it.
This article will show you how to make your own DIY cube lamp using corrugated cardboard, a wire coat hanger, and a few electrical parts.
This article will show you how to make your own DIY hex stool out of cardboard. These stools can easily be used for temporary event seating.
This article will provide detailed breakdowns of the different stains and finishes, so that you can choose the best one for you. It will also show you how to go about applying both to your wood furniture.
The prudent aesthetic is about investing in the right items and projects to make your vision come to life. We’ve found these seven principles can be universally applied to any household on any budget.
Now that you’ve picked your color, it’s time to get painting, but first, you need to gather your painting tools. As with any DIY project, the key to success is preparation.
Paint is probably the most cost-effective home decorating tool. Paint protects, adds color, and extends the life of your home and furniture. If the wall is in good shape, then it’s time to choose a color and a finish.
Often, cabinets are discarded only because they show a little surface wear or are the wrong wood tone. However, considering that new cabinets in an average size kitchen can easily cost $5.000 if not more, it makes sense to look for a less-expensive...
There's no question that advances in adhesives technology over the years have made life easier and more predictable for all of us. A byproduct of that, however, is a confusing variety of types and brands of adhesives and not a lot of clear...
If you're thinking about replacing your casement windows because they're drafty, fogged up or just hard to open, consider this: You can fix most of the problems yourself for a fraction of the cost of new windows.