woodworking

DIY Bathroom Shelf

If you've every wanted to build your own custom bathroom shelf this is the blog post for you.

2x4 Sofa DIY

This is a very simple project, with just a few angle cuts. I recommend using a Chop-saw to cut the lumber to length, but if you don't have one, a circular saw or even a Jigsaw would work. I used webbing under the cushions that form the seat, but you could use plywood instead. If you do use plywood you can ignore the 1x2s that I used, as they are completely unnecessary when using a plywood base. Start by cutting everything to size, if you are making a sofa that is less than eight feet wide adjust the lengths of the boards accordingly. The first set of three cuts are the front and back cross members, those would be the only lengths to change to switch up the width of the sofa.

2x4 Workbench

     This blog post accompanies my youtube video about building a 2x4 workbench. If you didn't come here from there you should check it out.

Building a Deck Box

     I built a deck box several months ago, as I was tired of having the delivery people just leave stuff sitting in front of the front and back door, I thought if there was a nice little box at the front door they would put packages in it, well I was wrong, it's never been used, b

Building a Computer Desk

     I built myself a custom computer desk, as I had a very specific size I wanted, and didn't feel like paying a lot of money to buy something, especially as I could build something that would last longer than anything I could buy, and cost much less money.

Recycling pallets

     Pallets have often been considered as a great option for diy projects, a quick look on Pinterest will yield thousands of results. As such many people seem to think that finding pallets is an easy thing to do, I found the opposite to be true.
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