Between working on the store and working… well, at work… I haven’t been able to juggle many home projects. But, there is one project I have been wanting to do that I was able to find a few days to swing, and I am so stoked about it! I have been wanting to transform a floor mirror I purchased at Target a few years ago into a live edge mirror using a cut off piece of lumber from the fireplace mantle I made a few months ago. So, I recycled the glass and made a DIY live edge mirror!
As of recently, I have been finding myself completely obsessed with mid-century modern sideboards and media cabinets. It’s almost like a disease. I just stare at them and wish I could afford the upwards of $1,000 price tag that exists on some of these beautiful units. Then opportunity knocked when I was challenged to create a cool project from only one sheet of plywood. Taa-daa! Easy modern media cabinet for literally 1/10th of the price including hardware and finishes!
Update: This build now has TWO versions! Keep reading to check them both out!
Recently someone on my YouTube channel pointed out that I love making coasters…and it’s no secret. I really, really do. Coasters are hands down the easiest project to make with scrap wood. There is no shortage of them coming out of my workshop because I’m not-so-secretly a giant scrap wood hoarder. That being said, I am so excited to share my next set of custom coasters, Geometric Wood Coasters! Even cooler, I made them with …
One project I’ve had on my bucket list for the longest time has been a DIY wood cutting board. But, I’ve been wanting to build it in a way that is approachable to most people with a few power tools. So, along with the help of my incredible friends at DAP Products, I created not one, but TWO cutting boards with three power tools and no planer!