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Why I Built This Vanity With 3 children getting ready for school in the morning, 2 of them being teenage girls, I wanted to create a spot outside of the bathroom so they had another option for doing their hair and makeup. Since building the vanity, the girls have used it everyday and it's made a huge difference with their morning routine. My only regret is not building it sooner! I bought the mirror first and then built the hutch to fit. LINK TO MIRROR SHOWN HERE Free Vanity Plans The plans f
Why I Build These End Tables It's always nice to have a nearby tabletop surface to set a coffee cup on or a remote. I've been loving the trend of more modern, chunky shapes, especially the extruded X shape. These little end tables turned out so well and cost between $15-$20 to build! I love the rustic wood tones with the modern shape. How to Build These End Tables This is a free project plan. Please take a second to watch the video tutorial on how to build them - there's a few tricks that m
See Also: Easy to Build Shiplap Fireplace Tutorial Why I Built This Coffee Table I built a similar styled console table here and the 52" version here (pictured below), and was just smitten with the sleek but rustic design, and just had to build the matching coffee table. This entire collection is so beautiful! Watch the Console Table Build Video While I did not film the coffee table build, I did film the matching console table build, and the build steps are very similar. Please take a second
Why I Built This Under our kitchen sink was a serious mess. I couldn't find anything and the small stuff was taking up just as much space as the big stuff. For about $10 I built this amazing, simple organizer that turned frustration into storage freedom! The question is: Why wouldn't you build this? Customize Easily For YOUR Under Sink Space This project is designed for you to be able to customize for your sink space, and maximize the storage underneath your sink. If your space allows, the
Using a $6 wall mirror and some drawer slides, I built this sliding mirror cabinet. This is a GREAT project for hiding taller beauty items and keeping styling tools nearby. I used this project for years for hair and makeup - I highly recommend it! This makes an awesome gift for a teen too! Quick Build Video Here's a super quick video showing how to build this project. And of course, the step by step tutorial follows (if this is the home page you'll need to click READ MORE below). Hope yo
Photos submitted by Cynthia and Nicole. Simplicity and the beauty of soild wood come together in this headboard to transform a room. This project can be completed in just a few hours. Available in all standard bed sizes. Easy to build, all you need is a saw and nails - you can even use a hammer and nails! Most builders are spending about $50 making this beauty. Be sure to check out brag posts. Free plans follow!
About This Desk This is a very simple desk, made using 2x6 legs and a 1x top. The modern styling creates a beautiful frame for your decor and compliments your space. This desk can be painted or stained any color. More Plans in This Collection I love this style so much, I made more plans in this collection. I'll keep adding to it - it is a beautiful style! Chunky Coffee Table Plans (square) Chunky Coffee Table Plans (rectangle) Chunky End Table Plans Chunky Console Table Plans (coming soon)
I built these nightstands to match the Midcentury Modern Farmhouse Bed plans. They were super easy to whip out, and turned out beautiful! I love the roomy drawer, the open shelf, and the wide top. If you are looking for inexpensive but nice nightstands with a modern feel, these are the ones! Watch the Build Video to See How It's Made The best way to understand how this is made is to watch the quick build video:
Why I Built This Console A few months ago, I built this console for my sister. It turned out so well, I had to build another shorter version. How I Built This Console In this very quick build video, watch how I build this console. See Also: No Pocket Holes Method This console is built using a pocket holes method. You can also build using a brad nailer version - check this post and video out for how to build this project without pocket holes.
Reader submitted photo "This console table was a pretty easy build and looks great. We had the lumber store rip the boards to the size we needed. We used solid maple boards instead of plywood. We mitered the corners to avoid seeing end grain. Followed the plans pretty close. Used 6" hairpin legs from Amazon painted antique bronze to match handles. Very pleased!" We used cedar fence pickets for the doors because we didn't have any pallets, and I love how they add texture (and are also very econom