After two and a half years in my shed-shop (I cannot believe it’s been that long already), it is finally time for a shakeup in this little space. The past few years in here have been incredible, but it’s getting a little crowded in here. I also underestimated just how big my little business would grow in this space (thanks to all of you)! So, it’s time to make this shed work better as a workshop and a space to document my content with all of you… starting with my tool wall! I’ve been wanted to create a DIY concrete accent wall in my life for a while now, so why not do it in the workshop! This is a project that works well for any space (not just a workshop), and I can’t wait to show you how I made it happen!
It’s a new month (and a new year – happy New year, everyone!), which means that it’s time for January’s tool school (if you’re new here, I host a Tool School on the first Tuesday of each month)! Be forgiving with me… holiday season made planning a Tool School for right after the holidays a bit rough. But, all good because today I’m tackling a tool that has been requested by so many people – …
It’s a new month, which means that it’s time for December’s tool school (if you’re new here, I host a Tool School on the first Tuesday of each month)! Today I’ll be tackling a tool that has been requested by a whole bunch of people – the table saw! I’ll be breaking down the details in this Table Saw 101 post and then demoing the proper way to make intro cut son a table saw on Instagram (so, be sure to check it out)!
It’s been about six months since we moved into our new apartment, and we have yet to finish making the space feel like ours… particularly in the bathroom. Our bathroom is pretty nice the way it is, but it’s just not our style. So, I’m sharing a few easy DIY renter friendly bathroom updates that I made happen in this space that will still get us our deposit back when we leave!