It’s a fact that washer and dryer pedestals can burn a hole in your pocket so its always practical to make your own! Don’t worry this is quite easy to achieve and you just have to follow the instructions here.
Remember pedestals are a must have for front loading washing machines and dryers.
If you love tinkering with gadgets and always on a lookout for cool DIY tutorials then you’ll like this one. The idea here is to customize your USB drive by making them look like a figurine, statue, toy etc. Details here.
Make a cool and funky rope ladder and climb up your or the neighbors windows. Get all the details here.
“Rope ladders are great when storage space is at a premium or if the vertical distance to cross is nonuniform and a rigid ladder will not work. “
Here’s a great idea for your backyard, try making one of these recycled benches made from chimney blocks. Clever.
These are benches for outdoor seating, made from recycled chimney blocks and pressure treated lumber. You could purchase new blocks at the home center if you don’t have any used ones available. These break down for winter storage.
Meet the self-proclaimed “world’s loudest alarm clock”. This ear-splitting alarm clock hack will wake the whole neighborhood up so use it with caution!
Make a comfy chair right at home and then enjoy a chill beer on it to beat the sweltering heat. Check out this DIY Paracord Chair. For the seat, two intersecting wooden rectangles have been used and for the back, a woven paracord. Details here.
Make a Cheap, Low-Profile Wooden Bed Frame that raises the mattress 1.5 inches; just enough to ensure airflow. Check out the details here.
Build a funky table by just using cardboard tubes and corrugated plastic. In fact this tutorial has been inspired by the work of Shigeru Ban. The frame is triangulated out of the tubes that come at the center of rolls of paper for architectural plotters. Each tube is an inch and a half in diameter and three feet long. Read all the details here.
Make you child’s imagination grow by building them their own very nook. Building a cottage canopy is always a good idea. For example check out this DIY here where a toddler bed was changed into a cozy cottage crib canopy.
Snug your new bundle of joy into a comfy towel that is softer and cheaper than a store bought towel. Check out the Hooded Baby Towel DIY which is perfect for babies and easily fit a two year old or four year old. Details here.