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13 Creatively Clever Corner Furniture Projects
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Thirteen of the Most Awesome Corner Projects on Hometalk! When I was contacted by Alex at Hometalk… Read More

 
How to Build a Sawhorse Table with Brackets
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Sometimes, you just need an extra work table... I'm up to three tables now. Do I need that many? Wel… Read More

 
DIY End Table Plans Perfect for Beginners!
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Build a Stacked End Table Today's plans are to build a stacked end table, perfect for beginners or… Read More

 
Build a Ladder End Table
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Free DIY Woodworking Plans to Build a Ladder End Table The free DIY woodworking plans to build a La… Read More

 
Build a Pet Food Station
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Plans For an Easy Pet Food Station Why should pets be left out of the furniture loop? Build a super… Read More

 
A DIY Media Stand with Options
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Build an Emmett Media Stand This is a pretty cool  media stand... As drawn, the plans to build an E… Read More

 
A Super Easy Coffee Table
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Build a Slat Shelf Coffee Table Today's DIY plans are for a slat shelf coffee table... This table f… Read More

 
How to Change the Blade on a Miter Saw
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Time for a Saw Blade Change! Every once in a while, it is time to change the blade in the miter saw… Read More

 
DIY Plans to Build a Stylish Bench
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Build a Diagonal Slat Bench This bench is one of those DIY plans that is very easy to construct but… Read More

 
How to Make a Saw Blade Clock
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Repurpose That Old Saw Blade to Into a New Clock! A few days ago, I wrote a post about changing a s… Read More

 

Build an Alex End Table

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Free DIY Plans to Build an Alex End Table The table only looks complicated… If you can cut an angle, you can build it! The plans to build an Alex end table are really easy, I promise! Featuring an X base, a roomy top, and a drawer (for hiding snacks!), this table would look great in any decor! Materials: 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws 2-1/2″ pocket hole screws 1-1/4″ brad nails 1-1/4″ screws Edge banding 1 set of 18″ drawer slides 1 cabinet pull Wood glue Sandpaper (100, 150, 220 grits) Finishing supplies (primer & paint, or stain, sealer) Lumber: 1 -

Spectacular Chandelier Makeover

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Spectacular Chandelier Makeover This chandelier was one of the first items I ever purchased at my local Habitat for Humanity ReStore. I paid a whopping $10 for it but held onto it until just the right inspiration struck… Fast forward a few months, and I finally had a great idea for the chandelier! Yahoo!  I am so excited to share my spectacular chandelier makeover! (Can you see it in this box of stuff??) I bought a package of the vintage replica blue Ball canning jars at the grocery store and I wasn’t quite sure what I wanted to do with

Build the Homestyle Sideboard

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The Homestyle Sideboard Plans – a Gorgeous Piece with Plenty of Storage This piece is really cool and it doesn’t require the building of drawers! The Homestyle sideboard plans are super easy even with the “fancy” curved stretchers! Regular off-the-shelf baskets from your favorite store can be used and I also included plans for a couple of crates, as well. Materials: 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws 1-1/4″ brad nails Wood glue Sandpaper (100, 150, 220 grits) Finishing supplies (primer & paint, or stain, sealer) Lumber: 1 – 1×2 at 4′ 1 – 1×2 at 6′ 2 – 1×4 at 8′ 2 – 1×6

Build an Easy Work Table

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How to Build an Easy Work Table For several years, I used an old hollow-core door on sawhorses as my work table. The door finally decided to call it quits one day in the middle of a project. I don’t blame it for quitting – I certainly put that poor door through the wringer! It was used and abused, hammered on, drilled on, painted on, and helped complete many projects! I had to have another one pronto so I’ll share how to build an easy work table. I’d really like to build the table of my dreams but that will

Build a Timberland Bed

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Build a Fabulous Bed with the Timberland Queen Bed Plans! I like the rustic simplicity of this bed – plain in style and construction. The Timberland queen bed plans are constructed with planked 1×10 lumber and the upper canopy frame is completely optional – the legs for the headboard and footboard can be cut off, if desired! The plans are drawn for a queen bed. Adjustments for larger or smaller mattresses are as easy as changing the length of the boards. Materials: 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws 1-1/4″ screws Key hole bed rail brackets (like these) Wood glue Sandpaper (100, 150, 220

Build an Esmerelda Buffet

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Plans to Build an Esmerelda Buffet – a fabulous addition to any decor! Who doesn’t love a good buffet? I do especially those of the Chinese variety – haha! In terms of furniture, this buffet takes the cake… With a floating top, the cabinet itself floats on the base and boasts tons of storage with the plethora of storage! Six drawers and two shelved cabinets, to be exact! The plans to build an Esmerelda Buffet only look complicated but is really easy! Materials: 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws 2-1/2″ pocket hole screws 1-1/4″ brad nails Edge banding 6 sets of 16″

Table Legs or Posts from 2x4s

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How to Build Table Legs or Posts from 2x4s A while back, I mentioned my friends, Chris and Elizabeth, who had an awesome idea using 2×4 lumber to make posts. I love this idea and decided to make the legs for my new dining room table using their method, which in my opinion is quite economical as I have a hard time finding untreated 4×4 posts in my area. Keep in mind that when posts are constructed this way, the actual measurements will be 3″ x 3″ so the dimensions of any pieces framing into these posts will have to

Build the Alicia Planter Box

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Build an Awesome Addition to the Garden with the Alicia Planter Box Plans! I love this planter box – tall, wide, and with plenty of room for potted plants on the slatted shelf! The Alicia Planter Box plans can be constructed out of cedar or pressure treated lumber (which can be painted after it has plenty of time to dry!). The box can also be constructed out of regular pine provided the planter box is placed in a covered area and the inside is lined with plastic to keep the untreated wood from rotting. Materials: 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws (rated

Like Using Chalk Paint? Try This…

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Poppie’s Paint Powder – a New Paint Additive for a Chalky Finish! Chalk paint is so popular right now and I really like using it. Some of the name brands are very expensive and to be honest, I have not tried them. I have made my own with a DIY recipe found online and when the opportunity arose for a chance to use a brand new product for chalk paint, I jumped at the chance! Let me introduce you to Poppie’s Paint Powder, an all-natural paint additive for that awesome chalky finish! With Poppie’s Paint Powder, you decide how much

Build a Lola Cabinet

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Plans to Build a Lola Cabinet – Perfect for Bath Storage! This is a great cabinet with a longer cubby with a shelf, a shorter cubby, and two drawers. The plans to build the Lola Cabinet are pretty straightforward and and excellent project for those new to woodworking. In my opinion, it would be great in a bathroom – I can visualize the cubbies used for storing towels! Of course, it can be used however you choose! Materials: 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws 1-1/4″ brad nails Edge banding, optional 4 – Cabinet pulls 2 sets of hinges Wood glue Sandpaper (100,