DIY: Color Block Wooden Shelves. It’s no secret that I’m in love with color, so I’m sure you can imagine my excitement about this DIY color block shelf made from Ikea Prant Boxes, office clamps, and good ole’ fashion paint.
They’re so pretty that I can’t think of anywhere in our apartment they wouldn’t look good. What’s the icing on the cake you ask? The fact that it costs less than $100 to make! Oh, yes. To make your own: Pick your box → Paint your color → Stack → Clamp (you can thank me later) Broom Racks from TechShop. Attach the bolt / nut / washer combo platter.
Finger tight should be adequate for this situation and keeping all of the bolt heads horizontal will give a cleaner, more professional look. Mount 67” off the ground with wall zip anchors and clean up your clutter! Congratulations, your new nickname is officially “Sweepy”. For more resources, tools, and training, head over to TechShop! Shoe Tower - a free standing, multi-tier floating shoe rack. Shoes take up a lot of space.
This is a known fact. In a room as small as mine, space is valuable and the shoe pile that I used to maintain in one corner of my room often became unmanageable as the shoes spread out across my room and enveloped what little floor space I had. Upcycled Furniture Project: DIY side table from vintage record. Onward with the weekly hack challenge – where each week I have to hack an item and upcycle it into something completely new, typically decor related.
I’m so tickled with how last week’s project of the DIY solar paper lamps went, and I’m also excited about this week’s project: an upcycled DIY record side table! 3x1 Folding Chalkboard Tray. Muebles de materiales reciclados. Ten mucho cuidado como te portas hoy por que nunca sabes cómo vas a regresar en tu próxima vida. ¿No crees en la reencarnación? Tal vez no para humanos, pero sé de una sección amarilla que regreso como marco de fotos y de unos discos de vinil que regresaron como mesa.
Urban Design, un proyecto creado por dos diseñadoras industriales, se dedican a darle una nueva vida a objetos que han ido recolectando con los años. Coleccionan todo tipo de cosas que les parecen divertidas (latas, discos, revistas, botellas, negativos de fotografía, etc.) las reciclan para prolongar su vida útil y, mediante un proceso de fabricación totalmente artesanal, hacen de ellas muebles que son piezas únicas. How To Make Coffee Table Ottoman: DIY Tutorial. REAL COMFORT be it!
It means: WE NEED MORE THAN A COFFEE TABLE and we want to use RECYCLED, REPURPOSED and CHEAP MATERIALS. We need a coffee table with sturdy surface, but SOFT enough to serve us as ottoman TO REST our feet while reading, handcrafting or watching a movie. It needs to be BIG enough to accommodate not only 2-3 pairs of feet, but also a tray with drinks and snacks. We want it to be MOBILE so we can push it aside when freeing up space in the room for yoga workout. We want it to SERVE US as table, when we sit on the floor around it and enjoy indian style meal. MATERIALS NEEDED TO MAKE COFFEE TABLE OTTOMAN (picture 1): A. Step by step description of how to make mobile Coffee Table Ottoman is below pictures. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 12 Storage Tote Shelving System $50.00.
Recycled workshop organzier. Reader re-do: brittany's map table. This stellar reader re-do comes from my friend in Brooklyn, Brittany . Over sushi one night, she told me the story of her table makeover , and since we all know I have a furniture re-hab obsession, I was pretty excited to see the results. So, here we go! Brittany started with an old green, dusty table that used to hold the TV. When she and her roommates sprung for a flat-screen, they were left with the table: Brittany found her makeover inspiration at a local paper store, where she found this world map print and thought it would be a great, graphic table-topper: After the table completely dried, Brittany set to work on Modge Podge-ing the world map paper on top: When that was done, she added black stripes to tie into the black legs.
And voila! Cómo decapar un mueble antiguo. 101 Household Tips for Every Room in your Home. I love to discover tips which make housework easier!
From time-saving tricks to finding new and ingenious uses for old things, the Internet provides a wealth of information and advice. In this post I've collected 101 visual tips from all over the web to help you save time and money in every room of your home. About this post Most of these tips were found via Pinterest (which by the way is a great resource for discovering tips to help around the home!). Wherever possible, I've attributed the image and tip by means of links to the original site or web-page, but if you think I have made a mistake please let me know the original source and I will correct the link.
What are your favourite household tips?