If you have been following my Shed-Shop Series on YouTube, you’ll know that my dad and I worked really hard this summer to build a shed from the ground-up and then turn it into my new workshop! Even cooler, I was able to partner with some of my favorite people at The Home Depot & […]
This past spring, my parents sold my childhood home, which meant I was left without a workshop as my workshop was in a shed in their backyard… and since I live in studio apartment, I was stranded without a place to run my business or build projects! So, this summer my dad and I partnered up with my incredible friends at The Home Depot to build a 12×12 shed from a DIY Shed Kit and turn that shed into my new workshop. Welcome to the first blog post in my Shed-Shop Series – How to Build a Shed!
Raise your hand if you have spent a lot of time making your home feel like your own space. I can imagine many hands in the sky after that prompt! As a renter, I have spent hours of my personal time handpicking home decoration items that have helped to make my small studio apartment feel like a comfortable and inspiring space. Including (but not limited to) the largest piece of décor in our apartment, the area rug. So when stains like this happen on our expensive rug, I want to run screaming.
I love my small studio apartment, but living in a small space means that we don’t have many options for displaying our keepsakes, especially during holiday season! So, I was so excited when my friends at The Home Depot asked me to design a holiday inspired shelf for their winter DIY Workshop! For this project, I decided to keep things bohemian and simple with a triangle shaped keepsake shelf! Best part, you can make one on your own at your local Home Depot’s FREE DIY Workshop (you can sign up here to secure your spot)!