This was one of the biggest custom furniture projects we’ve ever made together, and even though we (temporarily) wrecked the main level of our house with sawdust and piles of tools, it all feels worth it looking at the finished piece.
For less than $20 in fabric and upholstery tacks — and about 30 minutes of sewing, cutting and hammering — she had what looked like a brand-new ottoman.
How to build the craft table of your dreams Do you know one of my very favourite things to buy at a building supply store? Not wood or paint — although they’re top contenders — but huge sheets of smooth, shiny, white melamine. They… Continue Reading “DIY rolling craft table with hidden storage”
Broken drawers? Missing drawers? Not a problem! We’ve all had a cheap dresser at some point, and we all know what that means: The broken drawers suck and they eventually fall apart. That was certainly the case with this one. Remember, a couple of… Continue Reading “Replace broken drawers with shelves”
I felt like I’d been duped. Could I really redo laminate furniture? I was pouty that despite being as heavy as promised, it wasn’t real wood.