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 …
Summer is sadly coming to an end, which means it’s time to prep for a new season (and for many, back to school)! So, to help you start the fall with a fresh start, I partnered with Hoover to share my five easy end of summer organization tips to get you ready for the school year.
If I had a dollar for every time I asked my fiance if he knew where my keys were, I’d probably have at minimum, a $50 bill in my pocket. But, in all honesty, I’m so bored of traditional key holders. So, I decided to try something new and create a magnetic one from epoxy resin and wood! Even better, I partnered with my incredible friends at DAP Products to help make this project come to life!