The best work bench is the one you build yourself.
Take your basic sawhorses and add a sheet of plywood and your basically done!
Joe and Lulu continue their Feng Shui renovation
A newlywed couple share their lessons in lighting and Feng Shui as they transform their historic Richmond home.
A new stackable washer/dryer and a fresh coat of paint can do wonders.
If you’ve got a solid core wood door, you’ve got yourself the makings of a nice wood table.
These bean bag toss boards are easy to make and will make any cornhole enthusiast a happy camper.
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!
Anyone can build this DIY project from a few pallets into a cooler stand that’s ready to chill your favorite drinks
When you need a planter box to fit a certain space then build it yourself
With a few homegrown mods you can turn your Brinkmann Smoke N’ Grill into a powerhouse.
Here’s how to prepare your kitchen for someone with a nut allergy.
Mike Senese and the Pizza Hacker show us how to do-it-yourself when it comes to cooking pizza pies outdoors.
Painting white over pink wall requires a great primer which is why we used Clark + Kensington paint and primer in one from Ace Hardware.
We want to save our clawfoot tub from the scrap yard so we painted the exterior to prevent rust.
Your garage can be more than just a place to park your care and store your golf clubs. Turn it into an ultimate home workshop!
We’ve compiled a list of the five most essential, flexible, and durable adhesives to have in your workshop so you can (hopefully) save your project from complete failure.
Forget buying sawhorses and build your own sawhorses in your favorite color.
Build a quick and dirty shed using pallets
Our wood block planters turned out well for a basic DIY project that used reclaimed wood and some various drilling techniques. But we felt they needed a bit more pizazz since the wood used wasn’t a pretty redwood or other beautiful natural wood.
When beginning a home renovation, there are a multitude of things to consider — cost, time, materials, permits, etc. But have you ever considered documenting your project to be an intregal part of not only the process, but a beneficial one?