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A cedar table with a faux-reclaimed finish will be the center of attention on your patio. Raise a top plank for easy access to a 5-gallon drink bucket inside.
Pick the projects—large or small—to help transform your house.
Create rustic, textured containers from a mixture of portland cement, perlite, and water. Once you master this technique, you can make containers in any size.
Insulate your lounge area from the neighbors with a privacy screen. Weave cedar planks through chain link fence posts to create stylish, faux-distressed panels.
Reimagine a standard platform bed with storage and style. Simple materials and easy-to-follow instructions make this bed a great DIY project.
Create an attractive media wall around your TV by combining simple open shelves with storage compartments for electronic gear.
Build simple nightstands in just a few hours from inexpensive construction lumber. A pair costs as little as $50.
Build this hanging daybed and turn a porch into a restful sleeping place.
Don't have room for a water garden? Try this beautiful pond-in-a-box alternative. To make one yourself, just follow these easy instructions.
Stock cabinets can work hard and look good beyond the kitchen. Use them to create versatile storage pieces around your home.
Freshen worn and dark built-in cabinets starting with a coat of paint. Then replace the doors and drawer faces with simple DIY versions.
A sliding partition with the casual look of a barn door provides a novel way to both separate and connect two rooms.
Who knew a single board could yield so many cool ideas? Refresh your home with a bench, a mirror frame, and other projects you can cut from one piece of lumber.
Plywood and oak combine for a modular bookcase that expands to suit a variety of needs and room sizes.
Get everything you need for your wood projects and crafts. From hardwood and softwood lumber to hand and power tools, the selection is virtually endless.
Drilling a pilot hole before using a screw or nail to join parts together makes the process easier and prevents the wood from splitting.
Learn the basics of using a cordless power drill so you can take on projects and repairs with confidence.
Learn the basics of table saw capabilities and find out which features to look for.
Learn about the different types of drill bits so you can choose the right ones for your projects.
Proper sanding creates the best finishes, whether you're working with wood, metal or drywall. Learn how to choose the right sandpaper for your work.
A jigsaw is a versatile tool for any do-it-yourselfer. You can make straight or curved cuts in a variety of materials.