Metal 3-Tier Caddy made for utilitarian purposes with a rustic style. Repurposed from vintage metal tins it's perfect for organizing items on a desk, dresser, a shelf in your home or even used for entertaining. Caddy features three vintage tin canisters with a blue wooden center. And, the lids could become a stacked cake or snack server!
A good tutorial for making your own wood signs. Easiest version I've ever seen.
Old barrister bookcase for dishes...now this is an awesome way to showcase your collection of dishes & provide storage!
Great Rustic Master Bathroom
ReNew ReDo! Wardrobe turned wet bar.
Rustic bath inspiration for the vacation home with a terrific copper tub! Love the contrast of the logs and the reclaimed wood!
bookshelf hung horizontally above bed with attached lights...rental space
Wood Transfer Tutorial. Oh my goodness, this is gorgeous!
Industrial Shelf- easy as pie to make
DIY Rustic Shelf: Building
Use wood glue and a stencil to block the stain. Gorgeous!
- Gravel (can be found at any pet store in the aquarium section) - Charcoal (also in aquarium section) - Air plants, cactus or succulents (you will need a small amount of potting soil if not using air plants) - Moss - spray paint - magnetic metal tins (from here or here, you just need to slap magnetic tape on the back!) - Dremel tool - painter’s tape - E6000 glue
magnetic planters. MUST DO. I'm thinking closed, maybe, though... with moss. And a tiny figurine of some sort.
I love finding great furniture out by the curb waiting for someone to come by and give it a new home. Even better then saving a perfectly good item from spending eternity in a landfill is finding a piece of furniture that can be re-purposed into something unique. In total, this project cost us less than $150, with the inclusion of a few plumbing connections and a tube of caulk. The result: a one-of-a-kind custom vanity that adds charm and elegance to our renovated half bath.
Bathroom Cabinets Makeover . . . My First Ever “Grown Up” DIY Project!