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Webenchères - enchères matériel occasion - Liste du matériel - materiel - materiel cuisine. Le Cyanotype. Do It Yourself : Une lampe industrielle. Occupée à rechercher des bonnes idées pour un ami en quête de renseignements sur la déco industrielle, je suis tombée sur cette superbe lampe !

Do It Yourself : Une lampe industrielle

Ni une, ni deux, voici le tutoriel qui vous permettra de bricoler une pièce design pour quelques euros ... 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. Paye ta verrière d’atelier sans te ruiner. HomeMade Modern EP56 Concrete Walnut Nightstand. 95e137772de7c06c6ecd983fd1a9d8de. DIY Side Table Makeover With Naturally Distressed Wood. Diy {pallet headboard} And just in time for the weekend.. the long awaited pallet headboard!

diy {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)! Thanks to my father in law who occasionally has spare pallets in his warehouse, we were able to make a unique headboard for around $20. 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). How to Make a Pallet Headboard. 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. The photo-to-wood transfer. This Christmas, I made most of my gifts.

the photo-to-wood transfer

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. Urbane Bronze Nightstands - I hope you are all having an amazing Holiday week!

Urbane Bronze Nightstands -

I am having the best time in the mitten catching up with family and friends & celebrating Christmas with the ones we love. Un bureau DIY. New York Subway Art Custom Dresser - Subway Art Furniture. 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.

New York Subway Art Custom Dresser - Subway Art Furniture

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.

Concrete flower pots and containers

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. 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.

DIY multi-drawer storage unit

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. 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.

Make concrete flower pots

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.

Gift idea: Make hypertufa pots

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. 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 DIY: Les ustensiles de cuisine colorés - maison + décoration sur DaWanda.