If you’ve been hanging out with me over these past few weeks, then you’ll know that I’ve been sharing the journey of the overhaul of my parents’ bedroom! A few weeks ago I shared a board and batten wall tutorial, then the full makeover, and today I’m sharing the final project in the space – a DIY floating TV stand! This was a super easy build! Here’s how I did it!
If you follow along on Instagram, you’ll know that I’m currently making over my parents’ bedroom! They have been working super hard over the past few years making their house feel like a home, but haven’t tackled their bedroom yet. So, this year for Father’s Day & Mother’s Day I gifted my parents their very own bedroom makeover! Now, I’ll be tackling all of the details on this bedroom makeover in a separate reveal post, …
As you know, we recently moved to a new apartment and I have been itching to make a new coffee table for the space that can double as a place to eat as well (studio living, for the win)! So, after sourcing a super funky slab at a local lumber dealer I knew I just had to turn it into a live edge coffee table, ASAP. If you’ve been here for a while then you already know what a sucker I am for live edge projects, especially when they are crawling with character. This was a project that took me a few weekends to create, but all of the TLC was so worth it! Even cooler, it will probably last us a lifetime and a half thanks to my friends at Rust-oleum!
Now that the shed-shop is finally renovated, I have been able to focus my attention on some smaller, much needed workshop organization projects! But, with lumber being so expensive, I wanted to create some storage options using what I had on hand. So, I created three DIY workshop organization projects in one weekend using scraps!