Whether you’re an avid DIYer or just getting started with tackling your own home projects, it doesn’t take long to learn that there will always be that one project that never quite gets completed.
Give your patio furniture and deck a deep cleaning in time for summer fun.
Anyone can build this DIY project from a few pallets into a cooler stand that’s ready to chill your favorite drinks
A tiled floor completely changes the look of a room. You can choose from tiles of endless colors, textures and patterns, and complement them with a grout in the perfect hue.
These bean bag toss boards are easy to make and will make any cornhole enthusiast a happy camper.
We’re celebrating Earth Day by upcycling a tire into a succulent planter.
An outdoor shower is a simple luxury that anyone can setup. It’s like installing your own outdoor waterfall as you enjoy nature a la naturale.
Don’t throw away your Christmas tree. Recycle it and put it to good use.
If you’ve got a corded circular saw in good condition but is gathering dust, convert it into a table saw by building one from scratch.
Fountain is a mobile app (iOS only for now) that connects you to an expert over video chat – in five minutes or less!
Using corrugated steel panels we reclaimed our backyard privacy and did it in less than 2 hours.
If you’ve got a solid core wood door, you’ve got yourself the makings of a nice wood table.
QUIKRETE Walk Maker Building Forms are reusable plastic molds for creating patterned walks, paths, patios, courtyards, etc.
Whiskey barrels make great planters but they require a bit of prep work before they are ready to use.
The best work bench is the one you build yourself.
Take your basic sawhorses and add a sheet of plywood and your basically done!
A new stackable washer/dryer and a fresh coat of paint can do wonders.
Protect your wood projects from water and UV rays with Olympic Elite Advanced Stain+Sealant.
Rustoleum has made it easy to transform the look of your kitchen countertops using their Countertop Transformations Kit. It’s easy to apply and cheap to boot!
You can build this basic sawhorse table in a couple of hours and have money leftover for a night out on the town.
Use a cordless drill and masonry bit to deal with tough caliche dirt.