Get creative with DIY projects. Explore crafts, home improvements, repairs to personalize your space, save money, and experience the joy of hands-on creation.
If you’re in need of a dedicated space to hone your skills and explore your passions, look no further than your own garage. Start exploring new hobbies today!
Get your home ready for summer by pressure washing patio furniture, lawn mowers, bikes, walkways, fences, and more. Enjoy a germ-free, bright exterior!
Stay productive during lockdown by making home improvements: fix the bathroom, check the boiler, paint, repair cabinets, clean carpets, oil hinges, revamp the garden, fix furniture, clean tiles, and declutter your home.
Masking tape is a form of pressure-sensitive tape that is designed using an easy to tear thin paper along with a pressure-sensitive adhesive that’s easy to release. This tape comes in a variety of widths and sizes.
Get your home winter-ready with affordable DIY projects: fireplace makeover, seal openings, insulate plumbing, update laundry, and check attic insulation.
The shabby chic trend is one of the most popular home décor trends of the year and is a great opportunity to start using those vintage pieces you keep finding in your parent’s house. The style became popular in the ‘80s, both as a way to give a new purpose to old items, as well as because of budget limitations some had to face. Since then, its popularity grew and magazines became filled with pages and pages of shabby chic décor ideas.
We all get in this awkward situation at least once in our lives: our landlord is at the house and you know there’s something they won’t want to see that could possibly get you in trouble. Nine times out of ten it’s easily fixable, but it’s just not fixed yet. Maybe it just happened a few days ago or it’s a personal improvement you made to the place but it’s technically against the lease. It will only benefit you to know how to cover up damage from your landlord. 1. Decorate Your Walls If the damages you are trying to hide are cracks or stains on the walls, try decorating…
Working on a miter saw ensures that your crosscuts will become more accurate. The product is not that complicated to use as well because you can make a quick motion to entirely do the fine cuts that you need for your woodworks. Any angled cut across the wide board is also considered as a miter once you operate it with a saw.
It’s safe to say that most of us are dreaming about having a beautiful home, where everything looks wonderful and all the appliances are working perfectly. It’s also very likely that not many of us are living this particular dream and are constantly trying to make improvements. The kitchen will always be on top of the list when it comes to said improvements, due to the fact that is one of the most used rooms in any house; this is the place where we cook our meals, it’s the room where people are inadvertently gathering when it’s time for a family reunion. Without any doubt, a great kitchen is one…
What could be better than having a tall glass of wine after a long day? Being able to reuse the corks, of course! Corks don’t need to be one of those items that end up in junk drawers or consistently thrown away. In fact, with some creativity, cork is very versatile and can come together as a unique fixture for your home. Here are a few ways to get crafty with cork this season!