If there is one thing we can all agree on in 2020, it’s that you can never have enough workspaces at home (am I right?). The problem is that most desks are bulky and require a dedicated office space. However, when you’re in a small space (like my 525 square foot apartment), office space is hard to come by. So to help combat this problem, I decided to try my hand at creating a compact …
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)!
While most people associate the winter with holiday decorations and indoor festivities, I associate the winter months with bikes… lots and lots of bikes. My other half is an avid cyclist, which means the winter is storage season for his racing bikes. A while back I had made a wall mounted bike rack and shared it on my channel, but the bike rack doesn’t fit our new space (or his new bike). So, I tried my hand at making a new, modern wall mounted bike rack with my amazing friends at DAP Products, and I personally think it turned out pretty cool!
I partnered up with a group of amazingly talented makers this holiday season to makeover a nightstand for a Thrift Flip Collaboration to raise money for Habitat For Humanity this holiday season! I get asked about tips for restoring and making ver furniture all the time, and thought this would be a great opportunity to share my process! I also got my hands on some new tools to make projects like this more approachable, and cannot wait to share!