Jaime Costiglio, of Jaime Costiglio, got creative with her latest DIY project. Instead of using floral centerpieces, Jaime created beautiful wooden lanterns for her friend’s wedding reception. This simple project added a lot of character.
Read on to see the step-by-step instruction!
Jennifer Caroll of Celebrating Everyday Life builds a potting bench that can transition into any season. Find out how she creates a beautiful apple cider bar that any guest will compliment this fall season.
This cool industrial-style workbench is made from galvanized pipe and a butcher block table top. April Hoff of House By Hoff put this together for our series DIY Challenge: Pipe here on The Home Depot Blog.
We asked April and several other awesome crafters and bloggers to come up with ingenious DIY projects that use pipe as an ingredient. It could be just about any kind of pipe: galvanized pipe, PVC pipe or, as in this case, copper pipe.
April’s industrial workbench looks terrific, and since it’s on casters, it’s easy to wheel to any spot you’d like. Best of all, it’s an DIY project. Just follow the step-by-step tutorial.
Check out how DIY blogger Adrienne Boswell from Chic California transformed an old TV armoire with a weathered wood herringbone pattern for her office.
This DIY grilling cart was created by Ben Uyeda, the designer behind the popular website HomeMade Modern. This wheeled cart is a handy way to store grilling supplies, and the butcher block top provides extra prep space that you can wheel right up to your grill.
To make your own wheeled grilling cart, just follow his step-by-step tutorial.
This traditional Christmas front door look was styled by Leslie Davis of Deeply Southern Home for this year’s Holiday Style Challenge. We sent Leslie a beautiful 17-ft. garland decorated with mixed pines and burgundy poinsettias and let her do the rest.
Read on to see how Leslie created two DIY planters for her Christmas trees!
Stacy Risenmay of Not Just A Housewife wanted to come up with a fun bed design for her son’s new room. This DIY modern bed with storage not only looks great in a kid’s room, but it’s also very functional.
Read on to see step-by-step instructions!
This DIY ladder golf game will provide plenty of fun at tailgates and cookouts.
Jennifer Largesse of Build Basic created this DIY project using lumber, rope and golf balls.
This DIY standing mirror cabinet is a great way to expand closet storage space in a small apartment or loft.
Ben Uyeda of HomeMade Modern created this cabinet using plywood, paint, copper pipe and a full-length mirror. Follow along with his step-by-step tutorial to build your own standing mirror cabinet.
Jaime Costiglio, of Jaime Costiglio, created a beautiful and thoughtful wood backed menu for her friend’s wedding reception. This fun detail added character to the place setting.
Read more to find out how to create this DIY project.
Rachel Metz of Living to DIY is known for breaking down DIY projects into simple steps that are easy to follow. Learn how she creates wooden pallet letters to decorate her home this holiday!
Don’t let the rainy and snowy weather invade your home. Stop the mess right at the door. Bryan Fiveash of Do It Yourself Daddy, walks us through the step by step process of how he created a Mudroom Bench for his family with the help of The Home Depot. Check it out down below.
Jaime Costiglio of Jaime Costiglio came up with a beautiful way to add character to this wedding reception entrance. Her DIY wooden planter boxes created a warm and welcoming feeling.
Just follow Jaime’s step-by-step DIY wooden planter boxes tutorial for your patio or next event!
Summertime often inspires us to tackle on a project or two. George Lehaf, from Makers Best Friend, took on a small kitchen project to make his space feel new. Follow along as he shows us, step-by-step how he created this farmhouse dinning table.
Towering Timbers, a DIY oversized block stacking game, is perfect for entertaining guests during barbecues and friends on game day. Jen Woodhouse of The House of Wood designed this DIY giant outdoor block stacking game– Towering Timbers–and accompanying storage crate to make it easy to bring along for tailgating.
All you’ll need are a few studs, common hardware and some simple tools that you can rent at The Home Depot. You can customize it with your favorite team colors or a cool design.
Jaime Costiglio shares a fresh take on a traditional Holiday staple. Using painted wood and smart ShowHome outdoor holiday lights exclusive to The Home Depot, Jaime creates a not-so-average wreath that will transform any outdoor space for the season.
There appears to be nothing Jenn Largesse can’t make. She’s the author of the excellent DIY blog Build Basic, and this DIY bed frame project is typical of her excellent work. It’s attractive and well designed, using tongue and groove planks for a charming beadboard look. This DIY bed frame is a fun project, too.
Just follow Jenn’s step-by-step instructions.
Stacy Risenmay of Not Just a Housewife recently re-designed her son’s bedroom. For the new space, Stacy built a custom modern loft bed.
Find out how you can recreate this look in six simple steps!
A DIY TV console doesn’t have to be difficult! Shara McCuiston of Woodshop Diaries built this modern DIY TV console in seven simple steps. Read on to find out how to make it yourself.
Create a modern shiplap fireplace in your home using beachwood appearance boards. Kristin Jackson from Hunted Interior gives you a step-by-step guide.
Manda McGrath, half the team of The Merrythought, came up with this very cool laundry drying rack for our DIY Challenge here on The Home Depot Blog. We asked her to create a fun and useful DIY project using wood from our Millwork Department.
This old school drying rack is indeed very useful and versatile. It looks good, too. Best of all, it’s a very doable DIY project. Just follow Manda’s step-by-step tutorial to build your own.
Everyone loves when a DIY project can add functionality and beauty to a home! Dena Breitmeyer of Fletcher Creek Cottage demonstrates how a simple staining project can be completed in one afternoon with a just a few materials from The Home Depot.
This DIY pallet dog bed is cute as can be and quite practical. It’s a surprisingly easy DIY project by Rachel Metz of Living to DIY.
All you’ll need is a wooden pallet, some basic tools and materials, and a few hours of DIY time. Just follow Rachel’s step-by-step instructions. Your pet will be thrilled!