I’m a bit of a detail freak. A perfectionist, I guess. I refuse to start a project unless I have a clear idea how I am going to handle every little intricate aspect. That’s probably why I put off this DIY board and batten project in our front entry for so long.
Happy Monday! The weather is finally starting to warm up here and it looks like spring is on the way. Today, I want to share our latest plan: the Easton DIY Nightstand plan. Why “Easton”? Well, because Pottery Barn already claimed “Elliott”. 😉 This is a great nightstand that you can build for under $60. […]
What do my wife and Matt Foley, the motivational speaker, have in common? No, she doesn’t live in a van down by the river. But they have both crushed their share of tables.
If you’ve spent any time on the interwebs lately, you’ve probably noticed that farmhouse tables are kind of a thing. We didn’t really want to miss a ride on that bandwagon, but we don’t need a dining table. What we did need, however, was a new train table for our son. See, his old one […]
When we moved into our house, all of the windows were finished with sheetrock returns. They were really boring, so one of the first things we decided to do was get rid of the sheetrock and add white painted trim. I’d never done this before, so I had to learn how to trim a window. […]