We have a really pretty yard, thanks to lots of hard work from the previous owners. But there is one BIG eyesore they left: the heating/ air conditioning unit! I have seen folks build a few different things to help cover these up, but I am always concerned about doing a full enclosure, even if you leave "air holes". So we opted to create a trellis that just sets in front of the unit, and will not obstruct any air flow. Here's how we did it!Measure your Unit
Looking for a neat way to neaten up your bathroom closet? If so, stick with us because we’ve got not one, but several solutions. Regardless of how much space you have, the things you want to store, or the desired style, our Hometalkers have got the answer. In the following slides, you’ll find tips, tricks, and, most importantly, inspiration for your next bathroom closet organization project.
Closet makeovers are quickly becoming one of my favorite things to do for clients--mainly because I think it has an under-appreciated impact on everyone's day and they immediately see a positive change. If you start your day struggling to find things in your closet and you end your work day by tripping over shoes (and can't to shut the door) that's TWO times it's robbed you of time and maybe even joy. Here's what I've discovered after a couple of makeovers of my own. Scroll down to see the ...
I made these custom wood shelves to cover the ugly wire shelving inside a closet. The result is a custom built-in closet, that I want to keep open all the time! Measure the length and the depth of the shelves, and according to those measurements, purchase the following material. - Plywood sheathing – 1/4 inch x 4 ft x 8 ft . The amount of sheets needed will depend on the number of shelves you will be making and their depth. - Select Pine board – 1 inch x 4 inch x 6 ft. (Actual size: 3/4 i
If you know me at all, you’ll not be surprised that one of the main components of this project is a stair tread. I’ve been kicking this idea around in my head for a while and it turned out even better than I could have imagined. It is so simple, yet functional. I think this would be a good laptop desk as well if you are short on space. It just dawned on me that this might be a good option for parents setting up learning centers at home. If you use the second shelf from the bottom with a child
Over Christmas break, I began watching Tidying Up on Netflix and trying to better organize our closets. My master walk-in closet has always annoyed me, so I finally decided to tackle it! I tore out the wire closet shelving that was in there and created a DIY Closet Organizer with built-in drawers, shelves, and shoe storage. Here's an abbreviated description of how I built my closet organizer, for full details, please visit the tutorial on my website, link is at the bottom of this post.