DIY Simple Backyard Shade - Put PVC pipe into a 5-gallon bucket, then pour cement around it. Once dry, put bucket into tall planter, surround bucket w/ gravel, then top w/ soil. (Not covering pipe) Stick bamboo pole into the pipe & hang fabric w/ ties through grommets.
Make this for all of your tickets... rather than throw away, this is a great way to display! slit at the top to drop in more tickets as the years go on! Love this idea! Would be so much fun to look back on after so many years to see what you did.
Downright Simple: This is my DIY Built In / Wall Unit made for 60" TV. I used three in stock brown maple Home Depot upper kitchen cabinets (30" wide x 18" high x 12" deep), plywood, bead board, 1x2 & 1x3 boards and some decorative moulding! The cabinets required three coats of primer and five coats of paint. I used Olympic Interior Latex paint in Satin finish. The color is "Crumb Cookie".
A little while back we talked about making your hallway into an impromptu mud room. I love the idea of outfitting the space specifically for the seasons, but what if you could get the same space, plus closet organization without taking up any additional square footage? It's as easy as removing your doors!
ikea hemnes entertainment center, painted furniture, IKEA Hemnes bridge actually hangs from the side units and bolts in place from the top utilizing overlapping brackets. Works as around the bed storage also, just omit lower middle piece
Amazing IKEA hack ~ We were looking for a built in in our basement family room so we chose some pieces from the Hemnes line, spaced them apart and finished the tops, bottoms and spaces in between to make it look like one large unit. ~ Ikea Hackers#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad# by charliestrong