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    Master Closet Makeover

    shares For years we’ve moved around the country inheriting master closets in AS-IS condition since all but one of the houses we’ve purchased were USED! Our first house had the 1970s white-painted wood shelf and metal bar. The Seattle home had a fancy custom closet system, while the other three along with our current (and […]

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    How to Build and Hang a Projector Screen

    shares Today I put together a detailed step by step guide along with cut lists on how to build and hang a projector screen in the following sizes: 100-inch, 120-inch, 135-inch, 144-inch and 150-inch. While the video above and guide below walk you through the 144-inch DIY projector screen build, everything for both the smaller […]

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    M-Series DIY Bed Frame

    shares My four year old is finally ready for her first “big girl” bed, so over the past few weeks I designed and built the m-series DIY bed frame just for her. It’s low to the ground so she can get in and out easily and if she were to fall out it wouldn’t be […]

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    DIY Pegboard Organizer and Modern Bench

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    shares Getting the kids in and out of the house smoothly is one of the biggest hurdles of my day as a stay at home dad. On a typical day after getting home from school or an activity, jackets are thrown to the ground, shoes are flip-flopped off my girls’ feet and bags are left […]

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    Build a Modern Desk with an IKEA desktop

    shares My four year old has had more rooms in her first four years of life then I have had in my first twenty. So for the past few weeks, I’ve been trying to make this one SPECIAL. Today I built a modern desk to go with my modern take on Andy’s room from her […]

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    Build and Install a Sliding Barn Door

    shares Ever since I was a young man-child I’ve wanted a sliding barn door. But because we relocated across the country for so many years, it just wasn’t worth the ASTRONOMICAL price to get a kit (when they first came to market they were about $300 and UP).  Well now that we’ve settled down and prices […]

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    DIY Vanity for my Girls Shared Bedroom

    shares In the final months before my first daughter was born, I designed and built a desk for my wife to play facebook tetris on while she was home on maternity leave. We used to facebook tetris BATTLE and loser would have to pick-up late-night-crazy-pregnant-binge foods at Portillos, IHOP or 7-eleven. I wish I was kidding. Well […]

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    Make Picture Ledges with Homemade Steel Wool and Vinegar Stain

    shares This past Monday I completed my first LIVE build on @Hometalk’s facebook page. My project that day was to make picture ledges with homemade steel wool and vinegar stain. The broadcast pulled in over 100k views within the first 24hrs- pretty wild! The best part BY FAR was interacting with the viewers in real time. It […]

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    Build a Farmhouse Dining Table: Part 2

    shares Part two on how to build a farmhouse dining table! In today’s build I make an apron from 1×4’s that will allow the table top to expand and contract with changes in temperature and humidity. The apron build calls for kerfs to allow the use of table top fasteners from Rockler. Later in the video I […]

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    DIY Magnetic Chalkboard Frame

    shares After an unfortunate extended layoff due to CHILDREN (getting me sick), I’m back with some magnetic chalkboard magic. Using 2×3 sheetmetal, 1×4 pine, plywood and Rustoleum chalkboard paint I constructed a magnetic chalkboard to organize the family’s activities in the kitchen command-center. Set your miter saw to 45 degrees and make the following cuts […]

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    Tools for new DIY’ers

    shares I’m writing this post for one reason. To ENABLE you to start building your own furniture and decor. Historically, enabling has been painted in terribly negative light, but let’s let this post be an exception to the rule. Building your own furniture and decor is fun, challenging, engaging and (after you acquire some basic tools) cheaper than purchasing from […]

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