Here's a quick gift you can make for that friend with whom you share special memories. You can use any printed photo, but this one is sized for retro cool Polaroids!
Grab a small piece of lumber, the stain of your choice, and a few clips and you're ready to build.
One weekend, while working on refinishing a desk and chair, I went in search of a piece of foam for the chair seat. I didn't find the foam, but instead found this...
Our discovery of the Flo by Moen came too late to save my house from a very large and expensive flood in 2020.
A tiny leak, from a rarely used toilet, put out enough water to soak the carpet in the two adjoining rooms, as well as causing damage to drywall and a door frame. It's a mess!
If I'd had a Flo by Moen installed, the leak would have been a tiny bit of cleanup instead of the major renovation that we are now facing!
Check out the video to see more about this device that every homeowner might want to consider!
The lights outside Steph's garage were way overdue for replacement. We really should have changed them out when we painted the house a few years back. House painting took place over a hot couple of Florida June days and last thing we wanted to do was more work outside! So it never got done.
But after seeing these fixtures at Costco, we decided these would look great and it was time for a replacement.
Last year, I participated in the Builders Challenge furniture flip challenge. I enjoyed it so much that I wanted to participate again this year.
Prior to the start of the challenge, I happened to see a picture online of a furniture piece by my favorite mid-century designer, Adrian Pearsall of Craft Associates.
The Brutalist Hanging Disc Bar was nothing I’d ever seen before—I decided I'd try to recreate it for my challenge entry.
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