Barn Doors

For this project, I wanted to replace broken slide doors for the bedroom closet with barn doors.  This is my first attempt to build doors of any kind.  That is why I tried to keep the design as simple as possible. Tools: Tape Measure Miter Saw or 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw ( I usually prefer Miter Read More …

Shed

For this DIY project, I built 8 ft. x 6 ft. shed, instead of buying one.  This is also my first shed build. Let’s start with tools used.  Majority of my tools come from Harbor Freight or Home Depot.   Tools: Hammer Miter Saw 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw Impact Driver/Drill Speed triangle 4 ft. Beam Level Read More …

Bench

Task to build bench to cover up ugly utility boxes which where in the corner of the yard.  That is why bench may seem taller then normal but I had to built it tall enough to cover utility boxes Materials: 2 x 4 1 x 2 inch wood planks 2 inch decking screws Tools: Mitter Read More …

Bookshelf Chair

Task to build bookshelf chair  aka ”biblio-chaise” that can hold as many as 18 feet of books. After seeing this online on houzz.com for $5000, I thought it would be great DIY build  for the fraction of the cost. This is also present to my wife. Since actual sizes were not available online, I came up Read More …

Master closet overhaul

In my house we have small master closet so hanging space is a premium I wanted to increase space by building closet storage that can utilize space better. This is how closet looked like originally.  As you see it only had one bar for hanging clothes. I started by drawing basic outline how the storage Read More …

Crumb Box

The fully functional breadbox PC aka Crump Box that I built as do-it-yourself project. I. Parts: 1. Red Bread Box from Target. $10 2. Old Shuttle for PC parts. (Motherboard, CPU, CPU Cooler, Memory, Raid controller and mobo back plate) II. Tools: 1. Dremel 2. Painter tape III. Build 1. Start by outlining mobo’s back Read More …