Hi everyone! What a great week it has been! We started the week off with a fabulous shed plan, we added four new members to the family, and built them their own room, started work back up on the Momplex, and are just in general, feeling great about spring!
And you are just as busy as me! Our brag board is so amazing and awesome, I could never just show a few projects to you! Make sure you check out what fellow builders are building every day!
With all this spring optimism, today I am featuring five DIY project plans from around the web that are bright and colorful!!! Some are outdoor, some indoor for those of you still in the middle of winter like me.
Enjoy your weekend! Hope you find some time for a little DIY - it is therapy for the soul!
These planters are just 1x6 bookcases, with some conduit and hanging boxes. I love mixing wood with metal, especially, pipes and other goodies you can find at the hardware store. Check it out! From Lowe's Creative Ideas.
With an estimated building cost of $40, this dog feeding station can help organize the feed and care of your four legged family members. Here's from This Old House:
If your perfect kitchen design is being compromised by dinged-up dog bowls and the dried-up drool that surrounds them, this well-built canine furniture will not only jazz up the fanciest of cook's spots—and organize the bowls, cans, and bags that are part and parcel to nourishing your pup—but the elevated platform will also give your furriest family member some much-needed neck and back relief. This is especially helpful for large breed dogs, like Great Danes and Dobermans, or pooches who are getting on in years.
Last weekend, I noticed my friend Lindsey had these sliding storage tubs on her garage ceiling. I complimented her and she grinned, and said, Pinterest! Of course, I have to share the tutorial with you! If you are short on space and need somewhere to stash out of season clothes, Holiday decorations, or whatever your storage needs, check this tutorial out.
Thought you could find a use for this DIY cube cabinet! It's on wheels, so you can spin and rotate and move easily. From Fresh Home Ideas.
Got tons of 1x2 scraps? Add a wooden floor mat to your front door! These plans are from Lowe's Creative Ideas. View the dia