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Webenchères - enchères matériel occasion - Liste du matériel - materiel - materiel cuisine. Le Cyanotype. Do It Yourself : Une lampe industrielle | La petite fabrique de rêves. Occupée à rechercher des bonnes idées pour un ami en quête de renseignements sur la déco industrielle, je suis tombée sur cette superbe lampe ! Ni une, ni deux, voici le tutoriel qui vous permettra de bricoler une pièce design pour quelques euros ... Busy searching for good ideas for a friend in search of information on industrial decor, I came across this beautiful lamp ! Neither one nor two, here is the tutorial that will allow you to tinker with a design room for a few euros ... On s'imagine souvent que créer une lampe nous obligera tôt ou tard à manipuler des câbles, des fils électriques et finir par s’électrocuter ... En tout cas, pas avec cette lumineuse idée ! Liste des matériaux requis : 1 mètre de teck en bande (2 de 19cm et 2 autres de 31 cm de long) 2 tiges filetées de 5 mm d'épaisseur, 4,5 cm de long 1 tige filetée, épaisseur 5 mm, 3 cm de long 1 boulon M8 (avec un écrou papillon pour une bonne stabilité dans le béton) 1 vis M5, 10 mm de long 6 écrous à oreilles M5, 1 chape M8.

CONSTRUCTION D'UNE VERRIÈRE SÉPARATIVE A MOINDRE COUT - SERVICE BRICOLAGE. Je vous propose la construction d'une verrière à moindre coût, pour cela il suffit de remplacer le métal par du bois. Attention il est bien entendu que cette imitation de verrière ne sera jamais aussi solide ni de même qualité qu'un modèle fabriqué en métal par un professionnel. Après de nombreuses recherches infructueuses sur le net impossible de trouver une méthode ou un modèle, je me suis creuser un peut la tête et j'en ai fabriqué deux, voici ma méthode. Montage du support Je vous conseille de monter ce support en placoplâtre. La cloison placoplâtre est assez simple à monter pour un bon bricoleur, elle se compose de rails et de montants sur lesquels viennent se visser des plaques de BA 13 Déterminer la taille et l'emplacement de votre cloison de celle ci dépendra le nombre de vitres. La cloison est composée d'un rail bas et d'un rail intermédiaire sur lequel posera le cadre de la verrière ces rails sont les mêmes.

Choix des vitres et du bois Montage du cadre. Paye ta verrière d’atelier sans te ruiner | loliPop Custom. Paye ta verrière d’atelier sans te ruiner Niveau de difficulté Ces derniers temps, j’ai très peu publié de tutos … Une des 20 000 raisons, c’est que j’ai passé 2 mois à rénover un studio de 30 m2 pour en faire un T2. Et, la chambre ne faisant que 7 m2, on a décidé de créer un cloison avec une verrière d’atelier au centre pour donner un effet aéré à la pièce. Je me renseigne un peu et je constate rapidement qu’une vraie verrière en métal ça coûte 18 bras !

Qu’à cela ne tienne, on se l’est fait nous même et pour 130€ … Qui dit mieux ? Et pour voir ma prestation complète de décoration d’intérieur c’est ici … Pour ça, en plus d’un mur ajouré, vous aurez besoin de : Et puis pour le vitrage, il vous faut des plaques de plexiglas ou de verre synthétique de 2 mm d’épaisseur. Concernant leurs dimensions et leur quantité, cela dépend de votre projet mais pour ma part il en a fallu 7 de 87,5 cm de hauteur et 20,5 cm de largeur.

Étape 1 | Grand cadrage Étape 2 | Petit cadrage Étape 3 | Baguettage côté 1. HomeMade Modern EP56 Concrete Walnut Nightstand. 95e137772de7c06c6ecd983fd1a9d8de. DIY Side Table Makeover With Naturally Distressed Wood. Diy {pallet headboard} | rice designs. And just in time for the weekend.. the long awaited pallet headboard! I’m excited to (finally) share this project! It’s the biggest project I’ve shared to date. Turning pallets into furniture or decor is nothing new, this I know. Last January, my wish of having a headboard became a reality, using, you guessed it, a pallet (or two…and a couple other supplies)! Our Supplies: Pallets (we used two pallets, because some of the boards split as I was taking them apart and some were in bad condition). 2x4s for the frame (Two pieces at 66 inches each. Hardware- 4 nuts/bolts/washers (these attach the headboard to the metal bed frame) and a box of screws (to attach the pallet boards to the frame and make the frame.

A drill and a hammer. A crowbar would have been super helpful for pulling the pallets apart. Sand paper, stain and polyeurethane (and a foam brush/rag for the stain, a brush for the poly). As an afterthought- white paint to paint the frame. A level. What We Did: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. How to Make a Pallet Headboard | The Rooster and The Hen. It only took about 5 hours of actual work, and 10 hours of stealth hunting, but it’s done. You might be thinking deer hunt, but I’m actually referring to Whitney’s master bedroom headboard pallet project. We’ve seen inspiration for pallet projects everywhere, like PB&J Stories, WebEcoist, and Ana White, and love the rustic worn look. Whitney originally put this idea into our mood board for the master bedroom, so I knew the plan was in the works, I just wasn’t prepared with the process of actually getting pallets.

Of course, now that we have what we need (thanks Electrical Wholesale Supply, Sherwin Williams, and some helpful neighbors), we see them everywhere. Here’s what our driveway looked like at the beginning of this project. We first laid out the pallets since we wanted to lightly brush the wood with a white wash, helping to highlight the natural grain and knots embedded in the wood. Then, once the sides were freed, I simply took a couple of hammers and pryed the center nails up. The photo-to-wood transfer. This Christmas, I made most of my gifts. The majority of the handmade items were photos transferred onto blocks of wood.

It was something memorable to give family (especially for parents, who never seem to need anything!). Everyone seemed to really like them. I first heard about the photo-to-wood transfer from a coworker. She had found it on Pinterest, and wanted to try it out for Christmas gifts this year. I followed the directions on this youtube video, and came up with a nice collection of photos on wood. I thought I’d share some tips I learned during this process. Photo-to-wood transfersmaterials wood gel medium paintbrush photo, printed on copy paper varnish (or Mod Podge)step one: the wood I think any wood works, but just look for something that doesn’t have a lot of markings on it, or this will affect your end image.

Step two: the image Two rules of thumb here: use cheap cheap cheap paper (i.e. photocopy paper), and use a laserjet printer. Then it was time to rub the paper. Urbane Bronze Nightstands - I hope you are all having an amazing Holiday week! I am having the best time in the mitten catching up with family and friends & celebrating Christmas with the ones we love. We have been so busy since we have been on vacation that I feel like I don’t even have time to sit on my computer besides late at night when I should be catching up on sleep. But I can’t stay away from you guys… ever, so I will make the time no matter what to talk, share and inspire you even when I’m busy and needing sleep.. because I love you Plus I have some awesome news to share with you this week so stay tuned for that!!

& the nightstands before… Both of these pieces were bought at a local antique store near our house, but at different times. The color I used for these nightstands is Urbane Bronze by Sherwinn Williams. The knobs on this piece were wooden {as seen in the before picture} & I used Rub n’ buff to make them the gold finish. Seriously this is one of my new favorite colors.. Un bureau DIY. New York Subway Art Custom Dresser - Subway Art Furniture | Houston Furniture Refinishing: Lindauer Designs. Pinterest For Your Site (WordPress) How to: Create Your Own NYC Subway Furniture Design NYC Subway Sign Dresser By Nick On October 26, 2011 · 80 Comments NYC Subawy Dresser - Before & After This piece has been in the works for a while. We’ve had the dresser for a few months and I’ve been marinating on this idea for quite some time.

We both love the NY subway art that is every where these days – and it’s especially close to our hearts because we both lived in NYC – at the same time, worked 3 blocks from each other, attended a few parties at the same time – but never met until we both moved back to Houston (within a month from each other). I came up with this idea based on the NY Subway art – it’s always something that we’ve wanted to have here in the house but it’s a matter of finding the right piece for the right place.

Before This dresser before wasn’t bad – solid oak with a empire style front – sturdy but blah. Finished NYC Subway Dresser Close up of distressing & knobs Stained top. Concrete flower pots and containers. Concrete flower pots and containers Known in craft circles as Radmegan, Megan Andersen has been crafting, baking, cooking, drawing, sculpting and gardening since she could hold a crayon. In this project, Megan shows you how simple it is to make cute concrete plant pots and containers for your garden, patio, or even for inside your home.

You will need: Concrete Sand Perlite (to make the concrete a bit less heavy when dry) Water Plastic containers Bucket Craft knife Stick for mixing Here's how: 1. 2. I worked quickly, thinking about how cement trucks rotate to keep the gray sludge from hardening. I poured the wet concrete into my orange juice container and filled it about half way. When the first container was filled, I used the rest of the wet concrete to fill my other three containers. NOTE: When you push that smaller plastic container into the wet concrete, you want to keep about 1 cm of concrete UNDER the inner plastic pot. 3. 4. I was so excited about my concrete pots! DIY multi-drawer storage unit. DIY multi-drawer storage unit background image fotolia The multi-drawer pigeon hole cabinet was designed by Shabby Chic for a client who wanted to add to a large entrance hall. What makes this unit so unique is the colour. Although this cabinet is larger than the norm, which is usually a 3 x 4 arrangement, you can easily modify the dimensions to make a smaller unit. 180- and 240-grit sanding pads 4 x 30mm smooth shank screws 4 x 40mm smooth shank screws Wood filler Panel pins TOOLS: Drill/Driver + assorted bits Countersink bit Jigsaw and clean cut blade Orbital sander 2 trestles or workbenches Hammer Tape measure, steel rule and pencil Calculator - if you're blonde like me!

Have all your board cut to size at your local Builders Warehouse - it saves time and all you have to do is assemble! *We specify PG Bison 12mm SupaWood as it has a super smooth surface that is perfect for painting. Why no wood glue? 1. A. 1. 2. B. 1. 2. 3. 4. . - Use a clean-cut jigsaw blade. 5. 6. C. 1. 2. 3. 4. D. 1. Create a Milo table from Tristan Titeux's ReCut series. Make concrete flower pots. Make concrete flower pots Here's a great way to repurpose your chlorine buckets. Use the large bucket for the outer form and a smaller container for the inner form. Step 1 Gather your forms (we used 2- and 5-litre buckets). Use cooking spray to coat the inside of the large bucket and the outside of the small bucket. Step 2 Mix concrete in a tub (wear rubber gloves and a mask) following package directions. Step 3 Pour the mixture into the large bucket to about the halfway mark.

Slide the small bucket into the centre of the large bucket and push down to within 5 cm off the bottom. Step 4 Use bricks, stones, or sand to weight the small bucket. Secure the weighted small bucket with duct tape so it doesn’t rise. Step 5 Remove the weights after 48 hours. Slit the inside of the small bucket and remove. Slit the outside of the large bucket and remove. Step 6 Use a masonry bit to drill a hole in the side or bottom of the container for drainage. [ via ] Gift idea: Make hypertufa pots. Various containers - you can use almost anything plastic or cardboardPeat Moss Perlite Portland Cement Non-stick baking spray Trowel Rubber gloves Couple of mixing bowls In order to make the hypertufa pots you will need to nest two containers together. Both should have sides that are straight or taper out and make sure that there is a gap of at least 1.5 to 2cm between them. Mix together equal parts perlite, peat moss and portland cement in a large container. The amount you use of each does not matter as long as they are equal parts.

Slowly begin to add water and mix until mixture is the consistency of cottage cheese. Coat containers with non-stick spray. Pour mixture into the outer mould until it is a centimetre thick. Add the inner container and start adding mixture around all the sides. You can fill the inner mould with sand or water to steady it. Cover the containers with plastic. After 36 hours remove the inner mould and cut away the outer container. Scrap ends table. Scrap Nightstand. Chaise d'écolier " esprit industriel " Chaise d’écolier « esprit industriel » La chaise d’écolier a beaucoup de charme une fois décapée et décorée. C’est une pièce parfaite pour une déco vintage ou industrielle. Pas à pas réalisé par Barbara du blog le 25 mars 2013 - photos : DR Fabriquer un chevet avec une chaise d’écolier en fixant une lampe esprit industriel directement sur le dossier.

Si on décape 4 chaises pour la table de cuisine, on peut s’amuser à les décorer en leur attribuant à chacune un numéro à placer au même endroit sur chacune d’elles.N°1 N°2 N°3 N°4 Si on veut éviter le décapage des pieds, on peut les peindre directement avec une peinture graphite pour un effet gris acier. Poncer les pieds de la chaise pour enlever la peinture et retrouver l’aspect métal. Utiliser la ponceuse de précision pour les recoins. Poncer l’assise et le dossier avec la ponceuse à plat pour retrouver l’aspect bois brut. Badigeonner le bois d’un jus composé de peinture acrylique blanche et d’eau. DIY: Les ustensiles de cuisine colorés - maison + décoration sur DaWanda. DaWandaTutoriels DIYmaison + décorationDIY: Les ustensiles de cuisine colorés Plus de DIY DIY: Les ustensiles de cuisine colorés Matériel nécessaire : Des ustensiles de cuisine en bois De la peinture de différentes couleurs Du ruban de masquage Du vernis Auteur Today is...

Today is... est un Blogzine, écrit par Jules, Annie et Sanbrini rempli à ras bord d'idées incroyables. Parfois, un peu de couleur suffit pour rendre la vie plus gaie et colorée ! 1. Assurez vous que tout est bâché et protégé et posez tous vos ustensiles sur la table. 2. Posez d'abord le ruban de masquage à l'endroit où vous le souhaitez. 3. Vous pouvez commencer à peindre. 4.Vernir Grâce au vernis, vous êtes sûr qu'aucune écaille ne se formera et que la peinture tiendra bon. Publicité Back To Top Bonjour !

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