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’ve been short on time since my full time job started up. But, having just completed some mega projects in my home there is one thing I am not short on… and that is scrap wood. I have been wanting to make a giant pegboard wall organizer for my work from home space for the longest time and have been drooling over them on Pinterest for ages. So, I finally decided to make it happen with the use of scrap wood! Did I mention it only took one day to make? Weekend warriors, get those tools ready!
A few years ago I made an industrial shoe rack… it’s gotten a ton of love since then, so I decided it was time to replace it with something else! I’ve worked with copper and wood in the past and had a lot of fun with the process, so I wanted to create a simple replacement for my old shoe storage – a DIY copper and wood shoe shelf! Even cooler, this project only took me ONE weekend and I was able to get it done with the help of my friends at Bernzomatic! Here’s how!
A few months ago I turned a boring nook in my parent’s basement into an office space with a floating desk. It’s been such an awesome space to get work done in, but since the hidden storage is being used for bigger items, we still needed a spot to keep things like magazines and (unfortunately) bills stacked away. So, I decided to match the shelving unit I made for the record player and create a …