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This elegant china hutch has ample room for showcasing your favorite serving pieces. Make it yourself in just two weekends by following our simple woodworking instructions.

Build-It-Yourself China Hutch

Maximize outdoor entertainment space with a stylish-yet-sturdy folding table. Durable cedar ensures years of utility.

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Carve out private space on your patio, and bring architectural dimension to your landscape with versatile wood-and-aluminum screen panels.

Patio Hideaway Screen

Brighten up your patio with cordless lights. The small cube is ideal for a tabletop and the larger one doubles as an end table.

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Clusters of brightly colored rings against a warm cedar backdrop provide a trellis for climbing vines and a fence accent to liven a corner of your yard.

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Customize this stylish table with dramatic wood and metal finishes. Then set it up for daily use or special occasions. When you need extra floor space, the table disassembles in seconds!

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Serve party guests in style with this rugged outdoor counter made from inexpensive concrete blocks.

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Build these easy shelves in either of two sizes. Then continue the look with pairs of pipe brackets that can support heavy or bulky artwork.

Pipe-Mounted Wall Shelves and Art Holders

Divide a room or add a dramatic backdrop to furnishings with this decorative screen.

Door Folding Screen

Create a resting spot in your garden with this easy-to-build bench. Use the same technique to build a matching planter container.

Box Crib-Style Outdoor Bench and Planter
  • Laura Trevey
    Laura Trevey

    Love these!

Create seclusion in style with these handsome DIY screens finished to resist the elements. Make one 7-foot x 4-foot 6-inch privacy panel or several as needed to fit your space.

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Build this hanging daybed and turn your porch into your favorite napping nook.

Hanging Daybed
  • Julie Guenthner
    Julie Guenthner

    My new porch needs this!

  • Kathy Peterson
    Kathy Peterson

    I love this!! It is so me.

Conceal a curtain rod inside this decorative wooden cornice for window treatments with a formal touch.

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DIY Low-Profile Round Coffee Tables

DIY Low-Profile Round Tables

Style meets utility in this harvest table and benches featuring beautiful stained boards and and a pipe frame.

Create a cozy retreat in the corner of a bedroom or along the wall of a family room with problem-solving stock cabinets and easy-to-add trim.

Built-in Bench Seat from Stock Cabinets

Need some extra storage? This #DIY coat rack by Traci @ Beneath My Heart is an easy weekend project!

DIY Industrial Coat Rack - Beneath My Heart

Learn how to make a teepee in less than an hour! A quick & easy no sew teepee tutorial.

How to Make a Teepee Tent - No Sew in less than an hour!
  • Maria Tavysha
    Maria Tavysha

    If people are talking behind your back, be happy that you are the one in front.

  • Dora Bog
    Dora Bog

    If you take a militant approach expect a militant response.

This planked fireplace tutorial is the perfect weekend project to bring new life to your living space. { }

Planked Fireplace Tutorial

French Country Cottage refurbished an old bench into this adorable tiny plank table. Learn more about the transformation.


Use this DIY industrial hallway cart plan with 2x4's to recreate this look in your home.

DIY Industrial Hallway Cart
  • Beckie Farrant {infarrantly creative}
    Beckie Farrant {infarrantly creative}

    Thank you Lowes!

You can never have enough storage. Learn how to build a custom bookcase!

How to Build Custom Bookcases - The DIY Village

Make Your Own Mosaic Tile Lampshade | Pretty Handy Girl

How to Make a Mosaic Tile Lamp Shade #Lowes Creator

The Blissful Bee Blogger out of Forth Worth, Texas turns to Lowe’s to help create her DIY projects. She finished this Factory Cart Coffee Table in a few days. “About 90 percent of the materials used were from Lowe’s and made to look vintage — the other 10 percent were actual vintage pieces,” she says.

Make a stacking tower game from easy-to-cut, inexpensive 2 x 4s for about $15. Then take turns removing and stacking blocks until the pile collapses.

Fall Party Projects
  • Sandy Culver-Plemmons
    Sandy Culver-Plemmons

    Nice job Lowe's, looks like Creative Ideas to me...

  • Beth Pozzini Putz
    Beth Pozzini Putz

    Giant Jenga! Love it!