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DIY Woodwork Projects

DIY Lazy Susan Cabinet for Shoes

DIY Lazy Susan Cabinet for Shoes Without constant self-discipline, you can build a collection of boots, sandals, sneakers, pumps; uggs, slippers, stilettos, etc., can cause an eye sore to any room a guest may walk into, heck, it’s an eyesore for the owner of the shoe mob. This has to be one of the best  way …

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How To Make A Salvaged Door Coffee Table

How To Make A Salvaged Door Coffee Table Are you in a need a new coffee table? Well if you are you should consider making one of these beautiful, functional, and inexpensive coffee table made from an old door. You can complete the coffee table with a distressed look like the photo shown above, or …

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How to Build Inexpensive Basement Storage Shelves

How to Build Inexpensive Basement Storage Shelves We all know that store bought shelving are either very hard to assemble or flimsy and most the time very expensive.  So here’ is a better solution. These shelves are strong and easy to build and don’t cost much. By building shelves yourself you can make sure to use every …

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Rotating Corner Shelf Storage

Rotating Corner Shelf Storage These shelves put a garage corner to maximum storage use. They spin on lazy Susans, one for each shelf that you need. They can’t tip over because they are all attached to each shelf so this makes the hole build very strong. You can add as many shelves as you need. …

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30 Incredible DIY Pallet Sofa Ideas for Any Home

30 Incredible DIY Pallet Sofa Ideas for Any Home What can you do with pallets? They are not the highest quality wood you’ll ever find, but why not give them a new life? Some companies pay to get rid of their wooden pallets and I think they will be happy for you to take them for no charge. …

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How To Remove a Dent From Wooden Furniture

How To Remove a Dent From Wooden Furniture   Furniture builders who distress wood have their own sets of tricks. We’ve seen bike chains, bottle caps, and even beloved, uniquely-shaped rocks all used to bang antique-looking dents into tabletops and the like. But how about getting accidental dents out of a wood surface? Or even …

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