Nothing eats up valuable cabinet space like a full set of pots and pans.
Stenciled motifs can be used to highlight an area or feature of a room or to mimic architectural details such as chair rails or crown molding.
Several manufacturers of composite decking now offer composite railing kits that are easy to install by do-it-yourselfers.
If you have ever built a stud wall and repaired a window screen, you already have most of the skills needed for a screen-in project. A screen-in can be accomplished on many areas of a house or yard, including decks, patios, and gazebos.
A fire pit creates a unique space for enjoying fun and safe recreational fires. When determining a location for a fire pit, choose a spot where the ground is relatively flat and even, and at least 25 ft.
Glass panel doors are a great way to equip a cabinet to highlight a favorite collection. It’s not much more difficult to install glass panels than it is to install solid insert panels made from plywood or another wood product.
When you need a dedicated office space and don’t have a den or an extra bedroom available, the conventional option is to set up shop in some other room, such as the living room.
Almost everyone loves sitting in a booth at a restaurant—why not have one at home?
Glass shelving is unobtrusive so it can fit many styles of bathrooms-from sleek modern to elaborate Victorian. You can find a wide variety of shelving available in home stores and online.
A pull-down shelf makes wall cabinets more userfriendly by bringing all the contents down to eye level. Because of the space taken up by the mechanism and the shelf boxes, this is not a good project for a narrow cabinet.