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Since this was going in a man cave, the wood really gave it more of a masculine feel, but also saved a ton of money on extra foam and fabric. You could always add some more foam and fabric around the frame, though if you wanted a more traditional and softer look.
How to build a bookshelf from a single sheet of plywood in just 5 steps! This beautiful DIY shelf is a great way to display pictures and trinkets. Use in your living room, entryway, bedroom, or anywhere you need some extra storage. Build your own Freestanding Bookshelf with the plans and tutorial!
The design is somewhat unique with the two deep drawers at the bottom–great for storing books, dishes, toys, even shoes. It’s almost like a dresser combined with a bookshelf which makes this build great for both storage and display.
This DIY closet system standing on its own–and that’s definitely a possibility. This piece can stand alone in a room. The large drawers, shoe cubbies, and long shelf provide plenty of storage for t-shirts, sweaters, shoes, and jeans.
Check out this DIY dog crate console that would even make a cute faux fireplace, too! At first glance, this may look like a typical console cabinet. And I guess technically it could be, but I actually made it for my sister’s dog.
It’s a pretty basic build—nothing super fancy–but it’s nice because unlike my other desk designs, this one has a pretty large work surface and can be used as a writing desk or even as a craft or dining table (with or without drawers!).
If you know me very well, you know that I LOVE geometry and basically all things math. #nerd So this DIY X base coffee table has been one of my absolute favorite projects of all time–not just because it looks nice, BUT because it incorporated a few angles in the process of building it.
This project may be small and simple, but it packs a ton of opportunity! You could use this in the kitchen as cookbook rack, spice rack, or as a plate rack. Kids book shelf, shoe rack or toiletries. The possibilities are endless!
It’s finally the grand finale of the Sliding Door Entertainment Center Series!! I built this enormous project in four pieces and I shared them each individually. Today I’m sharing the final piece of the puzzle–the top sliding door cabinet.
When it comes to storage, you can go two directions: simply functional, OR (my personal favorite) functional AND pretty. So, for example, you can hide all your stuff in the back corner of an overcrowded closet (functional) or you can tuck it away in a pretty, new DIY wardrobe armoire cabinet like this (obviously this is the functional AND pretty option 😉 ).